Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk shares a vision for America’s future embracing first principles, free markets, and small government. Kirk provides a roadmap on how to return to a free America, with an emphasis on reaching our youth and engaging them in the process.
During the 2016 Presidential election cycle, it has become clear that there is growing frustration on the part of many Americans with the general direction of the nation. There has been an abandonment of the principles of free markets and limited government upon which America was founded. We didn't get to this point over just the last eight years and it’s going to take more than one or two election cycles to reverse it.
In Time for a Turning Point Charlie Kirk shows exactly what needs to be done and how it needs to be done to restore America's freedom. This is a book of hope, not despair—book of action, not condolences.
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About the Author
The 22-year-old Kirk has appeared on Fox News, CNBC, and FOX Business News over 200 times. In addition to his entrepreneurial political endeavors, Charlie plays every type of saxophone, was captain of his school’s varsity basketball team, and is a proud Eagle Scout.
Brent Hamachek is the founder of Segueway, a Chicago-area consulting company that has been working with privately owned businesses since the beginning of 2000. Brent has had over 120 engagements since then and has worked in 70 different industries. Brent is a professional speaker on a wide-range of business, political, and economic topics. He is a high honors graduate from Lake Superior State University and an honors graduate from the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin. He has also studied theology at Loyola University. Brent is a member of the Advisory Council to Turning Point USA, a member of Engaging Speakers, and a member of True Mentors, a Chicago-area group of business professionals providing guidance to young people.
Table of Contents
Prologue: Why I Write, Why I Fight vii
Part 1 Setting Our Premises
Chapter 1 Stopping by a Starbucks on a Snowy Afternoon 1
Chapter 2 Back to America's Future 16
Chapter 3 Big Government Sucks! 39
Part 2 The Pieces We Need to Join
Chapter 4 The Timelessness of First Principles 65
Chapter 5 The Effectiveness of Free Markets 85
Chapter 6 The Fairness of Free Markets 108
Part 3 Force Equals Mass Times Acceleration
Chapter 7 Harnessing the Energy of Youth 131
Chapter 8 Taking Back our Campuses 152
Chapter 9 The Power of Bandwidth: Delivering Our Messages 176
Part 4 Obstacles We Need To Overcome
Chapter 10 Ending the Game of Loans 201
Chapter 11 Ending the Game between Team Right and Team Left 224
Epilogue: Musings from my Homeric Travels during Interesting Political Times 252