Anchor Points and C0V1D: Why is it so hard to change someone’s opinion regarding COV1D? (1/2)

Do you have that family member or friend who you just can’t seem to change their minds about COV1D?

Are they so set in their way that they won’t even entertain anything that you are trying to tell them?

The reason for this is because of anchor points. An anchor point is the things that we anchor to at the beginning — that will then drastically impact how one thinks about things later on.

CFIB: Small businesses far too fragile to survive another lockdown, Adamson Barbecue

With the recent events at Adamson Barbecue in Etobicoke, Ontario, Broderick Visser writes that an estimated 160,000 to 225,000 small businesses could close permanently due to COVID-19 lockdowns and closures.

WATCH: Ezra Levant of Rebel News on Lamont Daigle: “I believe he is a narc”

Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020 — Diverge Media was in a “Twitter storm” — as some may call it with @TheLineMedia. This came after Rebel Media founder and owner Ezra Levant tweeted in reply to a now deleted tweet from @TheLineCanada. “Our reporters have attended 30+ anti-lockdown protests, and have never heard a call for violenceContinue reading “WATCH: Ezra Levant of Rebel News on Lamont Daigle: “I believe he is a narc””

Author Jasbir Singh on how Islam and Hindu religions have “degraded the status of women”

WATCH: Author Jasbir Singh talk about how the religions of Islam and Hinduism have degraded the status of women in India.

Also watch Singh talk about the mindset in many Indian men and how rare it is for them to see a woman in a bikini.

How does / should that mindset change when they come to Canada?

Watch to find out.

Indian author, Jasbir Singh talks on writing ‘Why Does a Man Rape?’

Jasbir Singh is an Indian social justice activist and soon to be three-time published author from Jammu and Kashmir, India. In his newest book he has written on controversial topics such as rape, religion and various social issues.

The book, ‘Why Does a Man Rape?’ comes with a number of controversies — but with that, comes a lot of truth.

ANALYSIS: Ontarians pay almost 55% more for on-peak winter electricity than ten years prior

When compared to ten years earlier, in 2010, Ontarians paid 9.9¢/kWh or 11.8¢/kWh less than they will this year for on-peak winter hours. That’s a 54.4 per cent increase in ten years for on-peak hours.

On Nov. 1, 2020 Ontarians began paying winter time-of-use rates for electricity. The new on-peak rate this year is 21.7 ¢/kWh on weekdays between 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Tim Moen talks about Neil Young bashing Fort McMurray, Alberta for its oil sands

Did you know before Tim Moen got into politics he produced videos for people like Neil Young?

Here’s the crazy story that led Neil Young to talking smack about Fort McMurray, AB for their oil sands and other reasons.

Click to read more.

VIDEO: Greg Wycliffe on “wokeness” and the powerful impact of a message shared through comedy

Greg Wycliffe came on our livestream on Sept. 30, 2020. He spoke on various topics including “wokeness,” sharing a message through comedy, late night television, “wokeness” in video games — and of course politics. To check our the whole livestream, visit our YouTube.

Gordon Burling on the Montréal red-zone lockdown restrictions

Gordon Burling talks about the red-zone lockdown restrictions in Montréal, Que. (This is an old clip from our Oct. 7, 2020 live cast)

The lockdown restrictions were just extended yesterday in Montreal until Nov. 23.