About Me

Marc Sims Host Just A Few Questions https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4HP7e7G10yKQcdYzKosmQg Marc Sims was born, raised, and resides in the city of Chicago Illinois. marcsimschicago@gmail.com

Monday, January 20, 2020

Anchor The Ego



Marc Sims (right) Dr. Lee Warren (left)



Back in the 1970’s I wanted to be a television news anchor.  To be precise I wanted to anchor the Channel 2 News.  I wanted to anchor the TV news Bill kurtis and Walter Jacobson.

Unfortunately I did not like school and I didn't like reading. So I never prepared myself for my dream job. The closest I came to living the dream was hosting a public access show for 25 years.

Now I host a podcast.  As a child I just wanted to be on TV, in retrospect I feel my ego needed to be seen, heard, and respected.  

Marc Sims
Chicago

The legendary journalistic duo of Bill Kurtis and Walter Jacobson talks with Carol Marin about their 40-plus year career.

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Thursday, October 24, 2019

Who Pays for The CTU’s Socialist Agenda?






Chicago Teachers Union demanding Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the citizens of Chicago provide more resources for low income students is a noble cause. In a socialist utopia every student would attend a well resourced public school. I do not have a problem with the CTU’s socialist agenda. I want to know who is going to pay for the equitable founding of low income public schools.

The billionaires?  The millionaires?  The upper middle class? 


Marc Sims
Chicago



If the Chicago Teachers Union gets its demands and they are all paid through property taxes, the average Chicagoan will see a $235 hike in their tax bill.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Chicago Teachers Union Soda Pop Tax


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Chicago Teachers Union Endorsed Toni Preckwinkle for Mayor of Chicago, not Lori Lightfoot. If Toni Preckwinkle was Mayor the Chicago Teachers Union would not be on strike. They would have cut a deal with Mayor Preckwinkle and she would have levied a soda pop tax. 

Marc Sims
Chicago 



If the Chicago Teachers Union gets its demands and they are all paid through property taxes, the average Chicagoan will see a $235 hike in their tax bill.