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A Charlie Kirk,

A Charlie Kirk,

Charlie Kirk

My dad always told me it was never too late to start playing the guitar. For me, he meant that it was never too late because I was always capable and creatively inclined. For some, like my dad, it was too late. But for others, including people like Charlie Kirk, a good guitar player and founder of Turning Point USA, it may have been a choice made too soon.

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)Jane Meyer. “A Conservative Nonprofit That Seeks to Transform College Campuses Faces Allegations of Racial Bias and Illegal Campaign Activity,” The New Yorker, December 21, 2017. Archive.is URL: https://archive.is/npnGL He was a speaker at the 2017 board meeting of the National Mining Association (NMA) and the 2016 annual meeting of the Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA). The CEO and president of the IPAA, Barry Russell, is on the advisory council of TPUSA. Kirk has stated that most advisory council members contribute monetary support to the organization. A full list of TPUSA advisory council members can be found onCharlie Kirk is the Founder and President of Turning Point USA, a national student movement dedicated to empowering young people to promote the principles of free markets and limited government. By giving speeches on college campuses, building a nationwide grassroots organization, and appearing on countless media outlets - Charlie Kirk is drafting a blueprint for freedom. He is empowering and activating a new wave of free thinkers who are breaking the mold, standing firm, and redefining the future of American conservatism. (Source: their website. (Source:

“The founder of Turning Point USA, Charlie Kirk, said in a since-deleted tweet that Turning Point’s political action arm and an affiliated group, Students for Trump, were sending more than 80 ‘buses of patriots to D.C. to fight for the president’ on Jan. 6,” The New York Times reported. “While 80 buses was the number that Turning Point Action had committed to funding, Mr. Kirk’s tweet was ‘ultimately inaccurate’ as the groups ended up sending just seven buses from New Jersey, North Carolina, and other locations, according to a spokesman for Turning Point.” (Source:

 

 

 

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