Leaders with Ginni Thomas: Mark Stevens

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Mark Stevens, CEO of MSCO, a marketing company in Rye Brook, N.Y., has tasted the worst of our politics recently.

His business was one of many targeted with threats and boycotts — tactics he describes as “economic terrorism” — for advertising during Rush Limbaugh’s radio show.

Stevens, who has been personally threatened by those seeking to limit his free speech, feels a new responsibility to help because of the emails he has received since going public with his story. Stevens speaks to each American who senses something is slipping away in this country.

You have seen the articles about how the left targets its enemies — here, here and here. Memorial Day is an appropriate time to listen to Stevens, an American patriot who is standing up to threats, intimidation and lies out of love for his country. Do not miss hearing his story,  passion, principles and hope.

Stevens grew up in Queens, N.Y., and his father died he was 17, leaving $84 was in the family bank. Suddenly, Mark had to grow up fast. People suggested the family go on welfare, but he refused.

Stevens has since written 25 books, and his latest one is Your Company Sucks: It’s Time To Declare War On Yourself.

The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas spoke to Mark about his experiences, what he would say to President Obama in an interview, his outrage at private equity firms hosting fundraisers for President Obama and why watching Bill Maher is like watching vomit.

Click the links below to fast-forward to each question:

What pulled you into the political square?

What responses have you had?

What are you telling those who work in Washington, D.C.?

What would you say to President Obama if you were sitting across from him?

What has changed in politics and the public square?

Some say President Obama is a “nice guy” — what do you think?

Why don’t we hear of more CEOs with your message?

Tell us your personal background

How would you assess the mainstream media?

For more information, see:

Mark Stevens blog

— Jeffrey Lord’s American Spectator pieces here and here

— Stevens’ speech at The Heritage Foundation’s Resource Bank

Rush Limbaugh’s facts about Media Matters

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