Archive for the ‘Historic blog entry’ Category

RADIO SHOW!

January 29, 2018

 

 

Here is an episode of Exchange with Neil on CJAD.

This episode is on welfare.

 

 

Enjoy!

 

* Adjust your volume.

Jean P.

NEIL’S RADIO SHOW

January 25, 2018

Exchange on CJAD  with host Neil McKenty.

The Lines Are Still Blazing!

What’ a on your mind?

RADIO WAVES

January 22, 2018

 

Here is a special The best of McKenty on Exchange. Bits and pieces of everything.

Enjoy!   Listen to how Neil managed his way in a President Reagan press conference in Washington.

RADIO TALK SHOW

January 17, 2018

 

Exchange

Here is one of the many episode of Exchange, Neil’s radio talk show on CJAD.  A two hour show that he hosted from 1977 to 1985 to go pursue other interests.

This one was on dirty politics or hovering around that.

Enjoy!



* Adjust your volume

 

 

 

 

 

“EXCHANGE” AUDIO

November 1, 2017

 

Here is another episode of EXCHANGE, Neil’s radio show on CJAD.

This episode talks about reincarnation.

Enjoy!

Jean P.

RADIO WAVES

October 27, 2017

 

Here is a special The best of McKenty on Exchange. Bits and pieces of everything.

Enjoy!   Listen to how Neil managed his way in a President Reagan press conference in Washington.

NEIL’S RADIO SHOW

October 26, 2017

Exchange on CJAD with host Neil McKenty.

The Lines Are Blazing!

Neil is asking about US President Reagan.  With the live callers.

Jean P.

NEIL’S RADIO SHOW

October 25, 2017

Exchange on CJAD  with host Neil McKenty.

The Lines Are Still Blazing!

What’ a on your mind?

“EXCHANGE” AUDIO

September 6, 2017

Here is another episode of EXCHANGE, Neil’s radio show on CJAD.

This episode talks about reincarnation.

Enjoy!

Jean P.

ARE WE LOSING OUR PRIVACY?

August 31, 2017

 

Neil had a knack for asking the questions that need answering. Back in 2009, he wonders in the post below about technology and privacy – with the information-gathering that companies such as Facebook, Google are engaged in – this is more important than ever.

A new study says emerging   technologies are threatening our privacy and anonymity. Now the focus on safety and security trumps the call for privacy.  And many countries, including Canada, are considering introducing  ID cards which will have a chilling effect on privacy..  Also judicial rulings in some jurisdiction have lowered the threshold for police to detain people and make them identify themselves.  Furthermore the use of video surveillance in public places is increasing diminishing the de facto anonymity once enjoyed in those spaces. The study finds that technology such as radio frequency identification chips and software built into everything from the clothes we wear to the furniture on which we sit appear be transforming communications systems from  “architectures of  freedom to architectures of control.’ “The space for private, unidentified activity is rapidly shrinking.’

Are you concerned we are losing our privacy.? Should security considerations always trump privacy considerations?