Charlie Kirk’s questionable TurningPoint USA looks more like a scam than a charity

This election, one of President Donald Trump’s most influential advocates is 26-year-old Charlie Kirk, who has developed a unique bond with the first family. The conservative star dines with the president at Mar-a-Lago and rang in the new year there. During each of the last two winters, he used the club to hold a formal fundraiser for his nonprofit, Turning Point USA, that featured Donald Trump Jr. At a Turning Point event in June, the president, addressing the crowd, said, “Let us also show our appreciation to my good friend, Charlie. I’ll tell you, Charlie is some piece of work…READ MORE: https://northdenvernews.com/charlie-kirks-questionable-turningpoint-usa-looks-more-like-a-scam-than-a-charity/
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This election, one of President Donald Trump’s most influential advocates is 26-year-old Charlie Kirk, who has developed a unique bond with the first family. The conservative star dines with the president at Mar-a-Lago and rang in the new year there. During each of the last two winters, he used the club to hold a formal fundraiser for his nonprofit, Turning Point USA, that featured Donald Trump Jr. At a Turning Point event in June, the president, addressing the crowd, said, “Let us also show our appreciation to my good friend, Charlie. I’ll tell you, Charlie is some piece of work who is mobilizing a new generation of pro-American student activists.” On a Turning Point webpage soliciting donations, Trump Jr., a close friend of Kirk’s, is quoted as saying, “I’m convinced that the work by Turning Point USA and Charlie Kirk will win back the future of America.” The tax-exempt charity says its mission is to educate “students about the importance of fiscal responsibility, free markets, and capitalism.” As its profile has risen, its revenue has ballooned, reaching $28 million, a sevenfold increase in four years. But behind the scenes, Turning Point USA has entered into questionable financial arrangements, particularly involving Kirk’s mentor, William Montgomery, the lesser-known co-founder who is credited with discovering Kirk. Montgomery, 80, an Illinois entrepreneur and onetime Tea Party activist, is one of three Turning Point insiders who have won lucrative deals from the group to handle its printing, payroll processing and fundraising. The nonprofit has also made misleading assertions about its finances to state and federal regulators, according to interviews and an examination of tax and business records. Charities are required to conduct annual independent audits certifying their books are sound in order to fundraise in more than a dozen states. But the accounting firm Turning Point uses has engaged in multiple business relationships with Montgomery, who for years served as the nonprofit’s treasurer. The dynamic, experts say, imperils independence and undermines the credibility of Turning Point’s financial statements, including its federal tax returns — an issue of significance at a moment when more and more cash is flowing into the organization’s coffers. “This raises real questions about the legitimacy of the return,” Philip Hackney, a University of Pittsburgh School of Law professor who formerly worked in the IRS’ chief counsel’s office, told ProPublica. “It makes it difficult to trust what is reported and begins to raise the possibility that it’s a fraudulent statement.” The IRS requires, under the penalty of perjury, that charities attest whether they received an independent audit. Both Kirk and the co-founder have signed off on Turning Point’s filings. In response to questions from ProPublica, Sally Wagenmaker, an attorney for the nonprofit, said that payments to businesses belonging to organization officials “provided a compelling operational benefit in Turning Point’s best and other interests,” and that they were “in full compliance with TPUSA’s IRS-compliant conflict of interest policy.” Andrew Kolvet, a Turning Point spokesman, said the business relationship between the group’s auditor and its former treasurer is not significant and maintained the accounting firm is indeed an independent company. Another potential issue, ProPublica found, is that the license of the firm expired in late 2018, though the one that personally belongs to the firm’s managing partner has not. Turning Point was founded in 2012 by Kirk, then 18, and Montgomery, who invested in the young activist after hearing him speak at a sm…

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Governor Polis and Legislative Leadership today discussed the successful special legislative session and announced the passage of bipartisan legislation to provide COVID-19 relief. “The bipartisan efforts achieved this week will help folks get through the challenging months ahead. I’m thrilled we are acting now as a state to improve internet access for students and educators, give a much needed boost to child care providers, provide a lifeline for small businesses and restaurants through tax relief and assistance, and bridge the gap on rent, utilities and food pantry programs for Coloradans who have been hit the hardest,” said Gov. Polis. “But we know there is more work to be done and we continue to urge Washington to take action and give Coloradans the support we need to get through these tougher times and build back stronger.” The legislation passed during special session provides support to small businesses, helps families avoid eviction or foreclosure, keep the lights on, and access safe child care, and ensure every Coloradan has a fair shot to get through this pandemic and succeed as our state recovers. “During this session, we worked in a bipartisan way to use our limited state resources to help those who have been hit hardest by this pandemic,” said Speaker KC Becker, D-Boulder. “Colorado stepped up to bridge the gap until we have a vaccine or until Congress can pass relief. In the absence of Washington, we deployed every tool and all the state resources we have to boost our small businesses, preserve safe child care options for working parents, and help families make ends meet.” “I am incredibly proud of what we accomplished during this Extraordinary Session. With limited resources, we were able to come together and work across the aisle to deliver results for our state – passing meaningful legislation to address child care shortages, housing instability, and small business struggles. At the same time, the people of Colorado are not out of the woods yet, families and businesses are fighting to survive, and without Congressional action, people will continue to suffer serious, lasting consequences. But hope is on the horizon, and with aid successfully on its way, we can hold on a little longer,” said Senate President Leroy Garcia , D-Pueblo. Legislation approved by the legislature includes:   SB20B-001 sponsored by Senators Faith Winter and Kevin Priola, will send $57 million in direct aid, grants, and annual fee waivers to struggling small businesses – prioritizing those operating in counties experiencing severe capacity restrictions. It will also create grant programs and allocate funds specifically for art and cultural organizations as well as minority-owned businesses.  SB20B-002 sponsored by Senators Julie Gonzales and Chris Holbert, provides $60 million for emergency housing assistance to individuals and households who are in financial need due to the COVID-19. Of that funding, $1 million will specifically support the Eviction Legal Assistance Fund, which will help Coloradans stay in their homes this winter. Finally, the bill puts in place a provision that seeks to ensure tens of thousands of unemployed Coloradans can continue to have access to the federally funded State Extended Benefits Program through December 26. SB20B-003 sponsored by Senators Rhonda Fields and Larry Crowder, appropriates $5 million to the Energy Outreach Colorado Low-Income Energy Assistance Fund in order to provide financial relief to Coloradans that are struggling to pay their utility bills – a dangerous outcome in the winter months.  SB20B-004 sponsored by Senator Dom…

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The city and Rocky Mountain Human Services are doing more to ensure case support for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities living in Denver, but both organizations remain at risk of misusing property tax dollars or making improper reimbursements with that designated money, according to a follow-up report from Denver Auditor Timothy M. O’Brien, CPA. “Rocky Mountain Human Services using feedback to prioritize effective case management is good news for people in Denver with intellectual and developmental disabilities,” Auditor O’Brien said. “But the city failing to monitor subcontractors’ goals and refusing to verify millions in reimbursements is bad news for…READ MORE: https://northdenvernews.com/rocky-mountain-human-services-remains-a-financial-risk-for-the-city/
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The city and Rocky Mountain Human Services are doing more to ensure case support for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities living in Denver, but both organizations remain at risk of misusing property tax dollars or making improper reimbursements with that designated money, according to a follow-up report from Denver Auditor Timothy M. O’Brien, CPA. “Rocky Mountain Human Services using feedback to prioritize effective case management is good news for people in Denver with intellectual and developmental disabilities,” Auditor O’Brien said. “But the city failing to monitor subcontractors’ goals and refusing to verify millions in reimbursements is bad news for property taxpayers.” In our 2019 audit, we found Denver Human Services needed to do more to make sure Denver property tax dollars designated to help people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are used correctly. We also recommended better monitoring of subcontractors to confirm they are using Denver property tax dollars to achieve goals supporting residents within the City and County of Denver. At the time of our follow-up work, Denver Human Services had still failed to fully implement monitoring procedures for subcontracts. This means there is a chance subcontractors could misuse city money by not meeting the goals outlined in each of their contracts. Rocky Mountain Human Services did create new procedures to monitor the subcontractors; however, the procedures include only steps to review expenses, not steps to monitor goals. “Monitoring expenses is the first basic step in proper oversight,” Auditor O’Brien said. “But making sure public dollars are being used to actually achieve the intended goals is also necessary.” In 2019, Denver Human Services was also not verifying self-reported costs for reimbursement from Rocky Mountain Human Services. Our audit team found Denver Human Services paid $16.5 million of $25.2 million in total reimbursements to the organization — or 66% — without validating the expenses. Denver Human Services disagreed with this essential accountability measure, and we did not identify any action taken since our audit. “We don’t follow up on recommendations when an agency disagrees because we assume the agency will not act,” Auditor O’Brien said. “Nevertheless, I would hope to see this significant area of weakness remedied in the near future. The people of Denver deserve responsible stewardship of these millions of dollars.” Meanwhile, Rocky Mountain Human Services has improved how it confirms people are receiving the case support they need, it updated its training to include awareness of residency requirements, and it implemented better transparency in responding to its Community Advisory Council. The organization also developed new controls to hold its service coordinators accountable for meeting the requirements for Denver residents receiving case management services. Additionally, our audit team found the organization has developed and administered a client satisfaction survey for case management. The survey included questions relating to access to services and quality of care — such as asking whether services were made available at times and in places convenient to the client and whether the case manager supported the client’s needs. “Rocky Mountain Human Services is working hard to provide good services to the people who need them,” Auditor O’Brien said. “I’m pleased the organization is doing better at taking in feedback to ensure it meets the needs of its clients.” Denver Human Services and Rocky Mountain Human Services togethe…

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Warner Bros to release 2021 movie lineup all at once on HBO Max and theaters

Dec 03, 2020 by Staff in Celebrity Warner Bros. Pictures Group’s 2021 expected* release slate currently includes The Little Things, Judas and the Black Messiah, Tom Jerry, Godzilla vs. Kong, Mortal Kombat, Those Who Wish Me Dead, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, In The Heights, Space Jam: A New Legacy, The Suicide Squad, Reminiscence, Malignant, Dune, The Many Saints of Newark, King Richard, Cry Macho and Matrix 4.  “We’re living in unprecedented times which call for creative solutions, including this new initiative for the Warner Bros. Pictures Group,” said Sarnoff. “No one wants films back on the…READ MORE: https://northdenvernews.com/warner-bros-to-release-2021-movie-lineup-all-at-once-on-hbo-max-and-theaters/
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Dec 03, 2020 by Staff in Celebrity Warner Bros. Pictures Group’s 2021 expected* release slate currently includes The Little Things, Judas and the Black Messiah, Tom Jerry, Godzilla vs. Kong, Mortal Kombat, Those Who Wish Me Dead, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, In The Heights, Space Jam: A New Legacy, The Suicide Squad, Reminiscence, Malignant, Dune, The Many Saints of Newark, King Richard, Cry Macho and Matrix 4.  “We’re living in unprecedented times which call for creative solutions, including this new initiative for the Warner Bros. Pictures Group,” said Sarnoff. “No one wants films back on the big screen more than we do. We know new content is the lifeblood of theatrical exhibition, but we have to balance this with the reality that most theaters in the U.S. will likely operate at reduced capacity throughout 2021. With this unique one-year plan, we can support our partners in exhibition with a steady pipeline of world-class films, while also giving moviegoers who may not have access to theaters or aren’t quite ready to go back to the movies the chance to see our amazing 2021 films. We see it as a win-win for film lovers and exhibitors, and we’re extremely grateful to our filmmaking partners for working with us on this innovative response to these circumstances.” “After considering all available options and the projected state of moviegoing throughout 2021, we came to the conclusion that this was the best way for WarnerMedia’s motion picture business to navigate the next 12 months,” said Kilar. “More importantly, we are planning to bring consumers 17 remarkable movies throughout the year, giving them the choice and the power to decide how they want to enjoy these films. Our content is extremely valuable, unless it’s sitting on a shelf not being seen by anyone. We believe this approach serves our fans, supports exhibitors and filmmakers, and enhances the HBO Max experience, creating value for all.” “This hybrid exhibition model enables us to best support our films, creative partners and moviegoing in general throughout 2021,” said Toby Emmerich, Chairman, Warner Bros. Pictures Group. “We have a fantastic, wide ranging slate of titles from talented and visionary filmmakers next year, and we’re excited to be able get these movies in front of audiences around the world. And, as always, we’ll support all of our releases with innovative and robust marketing campaigns for their theatrical debuts, while highlighting this unique opportunity to see our films domestically via HBO Max as well.” 1040ez Computer Network 4k Announced All Available Archives Big Screen Campaigns Categories Ceo 1040ez Computer Network 4k Announced
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Denver Fire Department Awarded International Reaccreditation Status

Dec 02, 2020 by Staff in Community The Denver Fire Department (DFD) has again received Accredited Agency status with the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) for meeting the criteria established through the CFAI’s voluntary self-assessment and accreditation program.  The DFD is one of only just over 100 agencies to achieve Internationally Accredited Agency status with the CFAI and the Center for Public Safety Excellence, Inc. (CPSE), and maintain an Insurance Service Office (ISO) Class-1 rating. CFAI is dedicated to assisting the fire and emergency service agencies throughout the world in achieving excellence through self-assessment and accreditation order to provide…READ MORE: https://northdenvernews.com/denver-fire-department-awarded-international-reaccreditation-status/
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Dec 02, 2020 by Staff in Community The Denver Fire Department (DFD) has again received Accredited Agency status with the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) for meeting the criteria established through the CFAI’s voluntary self-assessment and accreditation program.  The DFD is one of only just over 100 agencies to achieve Internationally Accredited Agency status with the CFAI and the Center for Public Safety Excellence, Inc. (CPSE), and maintain an Insurance Service Office (ISO) Class-1 rating. CFAI is dedicated to assisting the fire and emergency service agencies throughout the world in achieving excellence through self-assessment and accreditation order to provide continuous quality improvement and the enhancement of service delivery to their communities.  The CFAI process is voluntary and provides an agency with an improvement model to assess their service delivery and performance internally and then works with a team of peers from other agencies to evaluate their completed self-assessment. In April of 2018, the Insurance Service Office awarded the Denver Fire Department a Class-1 rating, the highest status available. The ranking of ISO Class-1 represents superior fire protection and is awarded after evaluating an agency’s fire protection capabilities. This rating may help reduce residential and commercial insurance rates in the City and County of Denver. Fire Chief Desmond Fulton stated, “The DFD’s recertification of Accredited Agency status and the ISO Class-1 rating demonstrates our commitment to provide the highest quality of service to the citizens of Denver.”  Chief Fulton also said, “We used the CFAI’s process as a tool to plan for the future and outline improvements with the services we provided, and the fact that the DFD maintains both Accreditation and an ISO Class-1 rating clearly defines the desire for excellence that the women and men of the DFD possess.”
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Dwight Jones installed as interim superintendent of Denver Public Schools

Dec 02, 2020 by Staff in Community At tonight’s Board of Education work session, we announced that the Board has selected Dwight Jones, our current Senior Deputy Superintendent for Equity, as Denver Public Schools’ interim superintendent. We offer a warm welcome to Dwight who has agreed to serve as our interim superintendent through the end of July 2021. His heart and passion for strong public schools is reflected in his commitment to equity work in DPS. Dwight is one of Colorado’s most respected and experienced leaders in public education, and the Board has tremendous confidence that he is the right…READ MORE: https://northdenvernews.com/dwight-jones-installed-as-interim-superintendent-of-denver-public-schools/
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Dec 02, 2020 by Staff in Community At tonight’s Board of Education work session, we announced that the Board has selected Dwight Jones, our current Senior Deputy Superintendent for Equity, as Denver Public Schools’ interim superintendent. We offer a warm welcome to Dwight who has agreed to serve as our interim superintendent through the end of July 2021. His heart and passion for strong public schools is reflected in his commitment to equity work in DPS. Dwight is one of Colorado’s most respected and experienced leaders in public education, and the Board has tremendous confidence that he is the right person to guide the district through this next phase of DPS’ leadership. Among his long list of career accomplishments, Dwight served as Colorado’s Commissioner of Education from 2007-2010 and was the Superintendent for the Clark County School District, which is the nation’s fifth-largest district and includes Las Vegas, Nevada, from 2010-2013. The Board strongly believes that Dwight Jones is the right person to serve in the interim role. He is an equity-driven leader with a broad and deep understanding of the complexities and challenges we’ll be facing over the next six months. He has been a valued and integral member of the Senior Leadership Team throughout the COVID crisis. Dwight understands and is committed to our priorities, values and relationships as he was a close collaborator with the Board of Education as we developed the Crisis Priorities that serve as our roadmap during the pandemic. Given his experience, he understands the depth of the critical decisions that have to be made in the coming weeks to help plan for a return to in-person learning for January, if our health conditions allow. Dwight has shared that he does not intend to seek the role beyond his time as interim, and the Board will be conducting a national search. Under state law, there is a 14-day notice period to allow for input from the community before the Board of Education votes on the appointment. That vote is scheduled to take place at the Board’s Dec. 17 meeting, and Dwight would begin as interim superintendent on Friday, Jan. 1. Superintendent Susana Cordova will serve DPS until the end of the year and will spend this time transitioning with the Board and Dwight. We are extremely grateful for Susana’s strong and caring leadership as our superintendent and for all of the lasting contributions she’s made to our city and our schools as an educator, a leader, and a cherished community member. We all wish Susana the best as she moves on to an exciting new opportunity with the Dallas Independent School District. At tonight’s meeting, the Board of Education also began discussing the search process for the next leader of the Denver Public Schools. DPS has a stellar reputation across the nation. Denver is a world-class city, and we are excited to talk with a talented and diverse set of candidates, as this is a tremendous opportunity to bring a great leader with new ideas to DPS. The Board will be meeting in the coming weeks to discuss the timeline for the search and hiring a search firm to support the process. A critical piece of the timeline will include community engagement, while also following the Human Resources and confidentiality guidelines of a recruitment process. Four members of the current Board were a part of the superintendent search process in 2018, and their expertise will help guide this process along with the three new voices. 1040ez Conditions Announced Accomplishment Archives Board of education Candidates Categories Cherry Creek Cherrys 1040ez Conditions Announced
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After a glorious Thanksgiving weekend, Denver area weather is a bit ugly this week.

A storm system is working through Colorado with some snow to parts of the state. The mountains will see snow arrive early on Tuesday, especially in the northern areas. Light snow will be in pockets through the day with additional light snow expected on Wednesday.
of less than an inch in a few areas south and west of downtown.

The snow will take a break during the overnight hours. A second occasion of light snow flurries will return by Wednesday especially by the afternoon. But the storm will likely make Wednesday rush hour treacherous.

Again, accumulation looks light with generally less than an inch in most places across the city.

The forecast turns dry with sunshine returning, but it will be chilly on Thursday and Friday. 
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