WhyDebate is not a question. WhyDebate is a statement. It makes plain the purpose of debate: understanding argumentation and rhetoric.
The goal of WhyDebate is to instill a strong ability to analyze—to separate reasons from opinions and facts from ideas. WhyDebate does this through intense, individual coaching sessions which focus not only on policy debate or value debate but on real world purposes such as apologetics. This is done via Skype or one of the many other video/voice chat programs made available via the internet. While summer debate camps may be valuable, not everyone can afford to spend the time and money on attending one of the many available. WhyDebate eliminates the logistical cost of flights, hotel, etc., and can thus offer the same education at a substantially lower cost.
From an early age, we learn that the reasons behind things are vital to understand. We don’t allow our children to eat five pieces of cake because the sugar would keep them up all night. That would make them tired the next morning, causing them to fail their kindergarten math test, which then prevents them from moving on to 1st grade math. This delay cascades through the years and the child must graduate a year late—directly after the job market crashes, making it impossible for the child to find a job. That, Johnny, is why you cannot eat a second piece of cake—because you won’t be able to find a job someday. The point of all of this is to say that reasons matter—both in debate and in the real world.