Revisiting TAE’s Interview with Presidential Hopeful Rick Santorum

Episode #1,445 |

Guests: Bob Bennett, Jack Chambless, Dinesh D'Souza

With the eyes of America’s political community focused squarely on the upcoming “Super Tuesday” grouping of critical primary elections, American Entrepreneur Radio takes a look back at Ron’s 2009 interview with one of the leading Republican Presidential candidates, former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum. Rick talks with Ron about his take on health care, business, leadership, and the aspirations that he held at the time for our nation’s primary office. Plus, Ron discusses explores the critical issues with American policy as he talks with retired Utah Senator Bob Bennett, Jack Chambless of Valencia College, and Dinesh D’Souza, the author of “The Roots of Obama’s Rage”.

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Has the American Government Failed in the Pursuit of the American Dream?
Has the American Government Failed in the Pursuit of the American Dream?

Guests: Jack Chambless

The American Entrepreneur, Ron Morris, talks with Valencia College Professor Jack Chambless, who offers his take on the pursuit of liberty, and whether or not the American government has the best interest of the American people at heart as it acts upon its legislative agenda.

Getting To the “Roots” of Our President’s Problems: Ron Morris and Dinesh D’Souza
Getting To the “Roots” of Our President’s Problems: Ron Morris and Dinesh D’Souza

Guests: Dinesh D'Souza

“The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris talks with author Dinesh D’Souza, whose book, “The Roots of Obama’s Rage”, looks at the background and upbringing on President Barack Obama, and how this background frames the policies and positions under which Obama leads the United States.

From CEO to Senate Seat: Bob Bennett
From CEO to Senate Seat: Bob Bennett

Guests: Bob Bennett

Ask most anyone about the name “Bob Bennett,” and they’ll tell you about the Utah Senator who was a longtime stalwart of the Republican Party during the Clinton years. But did you know that prior to his exploits in Washington D.C., he boasted quite the entrepreneurial background? Bob talks with “The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris about his time with American Computers Corporation, Microsonics Computers, and his most notable tenure, as CEO of Franklin Quest, manufacturer of the "Franklin Planner" calendar and day planner. He’ll also discuss his decision to vacate his post at Franklin in order to run for public office, and why he never looked back to the private sector.

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