Introducing a New “Big Questions” YouTube Channel…

By | February 23, 2016

Adding to this site’s just-started YouTube channel is a new sub-channel called “Big Questions?” where I attempt to answer big questions of the day. Like some of the big questions posted in the first four segments…

–“Who’s Going to Win?” where I looked historical facts no one else seemed to pick up on–like the fact that the last two successive Democratic Presidents saw the first one die while in office, and there have only been four total or that no GOP nominee has ever lost both New Hampshire, and South Carolina.

–“Are American’s Addicted to Balance? Should the Dems Be Worried?” Which talks about the scary fact that it’s rare for either party to have successive presidents…

–“What is a Racist? Introducing the Donald Scale” Everyone has a different idea of what a racist is, so I thought it might–just might–be helpful to introduce a scale of 7 famous Donalds to help measure it…

–“What Would Happen if Bernie Was the Nominee? Forecasting the Revolution” I look at what would happen if Bernie were the nominee for Democrats in November, and even how his first term as president would look.

Just a reminder that there are now YouTube additions of “A Year Long Conversation” (although the podcast itself is still posted a week before new YouTube episodes), “Movie Talk,” some scenarios of when candidates took over, and now “Big Questions” which I really hope you enjoy…

3 thoughts on “Introducing a New “Big Questions” YouTube Channel…

  1. Jerry

    I don’t know why the American people can not remember that the economy is good when we have a Democrat and with a Republican there is always a war and bad economy. WAKE UP!

  2. Makayla S.

    All the people these days don’t think about the political views of our candidates, they worry about what social media says. People need to worry about the political views and what they will do for our country, not what social media says.

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