Regarding the WP:ENTERTAINER following size criteria, Kulinski has 727 million YouTube views. His appearance on Joe Rogan (Oct 2019) has 2.7 million views. The subject meets notability requirements. The sourcing is proper (e.g., TheHill TV is run by The Hill (newspaper).) Please see also this search interest comparison to noted economist Tyler Cowen.
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Kulinski at Politicon 2018
|Born||January 31, 1988|
Westchester County, New York, U.S.
|Education||Iona College (B.A.)|
|Occupation||Talk show host|
|Total views||Over 727 million|
|Network||The Young Turks|
|Updated July 2020|
Kyle Edward Kulinski (born January 31, 1988), is an American political commentator and a co-founder of Justice Democrats. He is the host and producer of The Kyle Kulinski Show on his YouTube channel Secular Talk, an affiliate of The Young Turks network. He is a social democrat.
Kulinski was born and raised in the New York City suburbs of Westchester County, New York. He graduated from New Rochelle High School in 2006 and Iona College in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in political science and a minor in psychology. In 2016, while reacting to a discussion of his beliefs on The David Pakman Show, he described himself as agnostic atheist.
In 2019, Kulinksi was a speaker at four Politicon events. He has appeared on The Joe Rogan Experience, on Fox News and repeatedly on Hill TV's Rising. He has been called an "a prominent liberal" by CNN, "internet idol" by The Washington Post,, "a popular figure in progressive politics", by Good Magazine and a "millennial voice" by The Vanderbilt Hustler. The Guardian reported his show influenced Justin Jackson as part of "a crash course in progressive media". Jacobin has published a profile of Kulinski entitled "Kyle Kulinski Speaks, the Bernie Bros Listen"
The Kyle Kulinski Show
Kulinski started a YouTube channel in 2008, named "Secular Talk" while a political science student at Iona College. In 2012, Kulinski began publishing videos full-time, and started broadcasting on BlogTalkRadio as The Kyle Kulinski Show. The show's segments are uploaded to Kulinski's Secular Talk YouTube channel, which received its 100,000th subscriber in April 2014 and reached 500,000 subscribers in September 2017. As of January 2020, his show had 750,000 subscribers.
He spends a lot of time studying all the major issues so he can give a complete breakdown of everything for his audience. Kyle is very intelligent and he can dissect political policy in a very smart manner that is easy to understand.— Eric Goldin, Santa Clarita Gazette
In January 2020, then-presidential candidate Senator Cory Booker reportedly criticized Kulinski via Twitter by implying that he was being sexist against presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren for criticizing her dancing style. Kulinski denied the accusation.
Kulinski—alongside Cenk Uygur, Saikat Chakrabarti and Zack Exley—co-founded the Justice Democrats in December 2016. The group seeks to steer the Democratic Party in a strongly progressive, social democratic or democratic socialist direction by running progressive candidates in primaries against moderate and conservative incumbents such as Joe Manchin, Joe Crowley, and Dianne Feinstein.
In December 2019, a The New York Times article about Uygur claimed that Uygur had, in an interview with former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke, agreed with Duke's characterization of himself as "not a racist". Kulinski responded by running clips of the Duke interview on his show to show Uygur having a "fiery debate" with Duke and saying directly to Duke that he was "anti-Semitic." Kulinski demanded an apology from the Times. The New York Times later issued a correction.
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