A quick chat with bestselling author and radio host Todd Starnes

Staley: Life is full of surprises – I get a text message from my brother in California and 15 minutes later I find myself asking questions to bestselling Conservative author and radio host Todd Starnes. My brother isn’t much of a talker, so it caught me off-guard to see 4 different messenger messages from him.Continue reading “A quick chat with bestselling author and radio host Todd Starnes”

VISSER: COVID restrictions are toying with the futures of students and young adults

Diverge writer, Broderick Visser argues that COVID restrictions are toying with the futures and lifestyles of young Canadians who are “sowing the seeds that will impact the rest of their lives.”

We have rights – time to exercise them

Staley: “So if I’m understanding this correctly, everything they’re telling us is “mandatory” and “law” is still subject to the Canadian Bill of Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?”

STALEY: The joke that is COVID-19 testing

Diverge columnist, Greg Staley breaks down “the joke that is COVID-19 testing,” saying;

So what does it take to indicate a true positive COVID test? Simply put, you take a PCR test and if you test positive you are deemed “infectious,” but this is glossing over a myriad of missing facts that desperately need discussion.

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STALEY: Ford cites hypothetical predictions — tries to justify possibility of second lockdown

At a Ford Government livestream, Dr. Yaffi put forward three predictions about a second wave.

Diverge Columnist, Greg Staley combats those predictions saying:

“Mr. Ford wants Ontarians to focus only on prediction 1 – then he wants you to forget its not based in hard facts but is a modelling prediction.

Forget the other two possibilities, Premier Ford cares so much about our safety that even though the models used predict two other possible outcomes, he is willing to completely ignore that data for your safety.

Why is it that Ford and governments all around the world keep pointing to models?

Is it possible they point to models precisely because they aren’t accurate?

Is it possible that they prefer models to real data because models allow them to fear-monger the masses?

STALEY: Everything wrong with mandatory masks

I can personally confirm stories of people who aren’t fit to wear a mask, but still dawn the mask. Why not just get an exemption you say? The toxic environment that has been created around the mandatory mask has many too afraid to speak out. They don’t want to seek an exemption they are able to obtain out of fear of the reprobation that will come with exposing their naked face to the masses.

Who cares what the models say Doug!

Diverge Writer, Greg Staley deep dives into various COVID topics arguing Who cares what the models say Doug!

“Let us remind you that it is only models that declare asymptomatic people can spread the virus at a high and efficient rate, while in reality the actual known studies show asymptomatic spread to be very rare — at less than five to 10 per cent spread.

Now we must ask dare I say it, a logical question in regards to this — Why is our government focusing in on the smallest part responsible for public outbreaks of COVID and other respiratory illnesses?

One word — fear.”

STALEY: Hard times come to Canada as debt grows to $873 billion

If you spent $1,000,000 per day paying back Canada’s current deficit it would take 3,787 years to pay it all back.

Canada’s debt currently sits around $1.194 trillion dollars.

Diverge columnist, Greg Staley writes.

STALEY: Erin O’Toole snubs Derek Sloan of cabinet position

As Erin O’Toole takes over the reigns of the Conservative Party we can only hope that the exclusion of Derek Sloan from cabinet is not a sign of things to come for social-conservatives. Is there still place in the Conservative Party of Canada for like minded individuals who share many values in common with Mr. Sloan?

It definitely doesn’t feel like it anymore.

Diverge Columnist, Greg Staley, discusses.