Executive Director Tony Bernardo of the Canadian Institute for Legislative Action (CILA) talks to John Popp and Cameron Gray about the recent news that a prominent Canadian supporter of the long-gun registry is being ousted from his position. Bernardo says that this controversy seems to be manufactured by forces within the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), since the official in question may be taking the time to study French in order to boost his pension when he retires soon. The story is a handy way to bash the current administration as elections approach and Canada's failed long-gun registry looks likely to be struck down. Bernardo says that Canadian police overwhelmingly favor getting rid of the registry, and that he can not imagine why California would want to copy Canada's mistake in this area. Originally aired 8/18/2010.