|Political Party:||Justice Democrats (Co-Founder)|
|Education||Iona College (New York)|
|Born||January 31, 1988 in Westchester County, New York, USA|
Secular Talk Edit
Kulinski has been the host of his YouTube channel Secular Talk since 2008. Videos are posted onto his channel about five out of seven days of the week, with around three to five uploads per day. These videos cover day-to-day topics on current events, usually criticizing Republicans for their stupidity (this doesn't mean he lets Democrats off the hook). Examples of Conservatives Kulinksi criticizes in his videos are Ann Coulter, Bryan Fischer, Pat Robertson, Rick Santorum and of course Donald Trump. Many of his videos regarding Conservatives have to do from an ideology standpoint or religious standpoint (i.e. Kyle Kulinski shows us a clip of Republicans wanting to get prayer mandated in public schools  then cuts back to himself quickly telling how this is unconstitutional).
He successfully debunks Christian preachers, people or pastors who either hate gays or gay marriage, by citing verses in the Old Testament that forbid "two mixes of fabric" or "the eating of shellfish" telling the audience they clearly are not following the first of the two. There are many videos regarding this, with one example being how Scott Lively (one of the stupidest people on this planet) thought Homosexuality was worse than Genocide . Kyle Kulinski also goes against Fox News and their right-winged views (because we know they want mandated prayer in school, but Betsy DeVos will do it for them).
Although Kyle Kulinski does identify as a Liberal, some of his beliefs are more centrist. For instance, Kulinski has stated how he is for some kind of border protection (but not of Donald Trump's level).
Justice Democrats Edit
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