Steve Deace Show

Steve Deace Show

Principled conservatism with a snarky twist served up daily.

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January 20, 2022 95 min

Steve discusses a video of Rep. Jim Jordan connecting some crucial dots regarding the origins of COVID. Then, Rep. Thomas Massie joins the show to discuss the latest ridiculousness out of Washington, D.C., along with the latest shifts in the coronavirus narrative. In Hour Two, Theology Thursday discusses chapter 1 of Scott Atlas' new book, "A Plague Upon Our House." Finally, the team plays a game of 3 non-political ques...

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Steve discusses U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement that his government is ending numerous COVID mandates in England and what it means in the fight against Covidstan. Then, the team plays a game of Buy, Sell, or Hold on topics ranging from whether Joe Biden will follow in Boris Johnson's footsteps, the best TV dads of the last 30+ years, and whether New York Democrats will try to have Donald Trump arrested ...

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In the wake of the latest Gallup poll showing Republicans have their highest margin in party identification in 25 years, Steve explains why this isn't shocking. Then, Julie Kelly of American Greatness joins the program to discuss her new book, "January 6." In Hour Two, Del Bigtree of the Highwire joins the program to discuss all things COVID, including some of the latest data on the vaccine. Finally, Steve reveals his f...

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Steve discusses the case of Islamic terror out of Texas over the weekend and why the FBI really did an about-face on the matter. Then, Bob Vander Plaats of the Family Leader discusses why the need for revival is as great as ever. In Hour Two, Brian Festa of We the Patriots USA and Danielle Scarpellino (a mother from Connecticut) discuss the latter's efforts to hold her local school's administrators accountable for the sexua...

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Steve and Aaron are joined by comedian Tim Young and New York talk show host Shannon Joy in the Deace Group roundtable to discuss the recent Supreme Court decisions on vaccine mandates for large businesses and health care workers. They also discuss what's really driving the economic misery in the United States. In Hour Two, it's the first Feedback Friday of the new year.


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Steve discusses an epiphany he's had regarding the similarities between the COVID jab and the GOP. Then, researcher and president of American Commitment Phil Kerpen joins the program to discuss an amicus brief his organization filed with the Supreme Court in the Biden vaccine mandate case. In Hour Two, Theology Thursday is some enemy recon, centered around the report on the origins of the coronavirus from Marine Corps Major Jos...

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Steve discusses how the spirit of the age's most pernicious lie is that certain people with a certain pet sin were "born this way." Then, the team plays a game of Buy, Sell, or Hold on a number of topics ranging from Marvel to football to all things COVID. Finally, Daniel Horowitz of the "Conservative Review" podcast joins the show for the first time in the new year to discuss the latest on Omicron and COVID.

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Steve and the team discuss a recent Project Veritas story featuring a leaked government memo purportedly proving the NIH and NIAID paid for the funding of the research that created SARS-CoV-2. Then, Dr. Mollie James joins the program to discuss her efforts to help as many people as possible have access to early treatment for COVID that actually works. In Hour Two, Fake News or Not explores why Senator Ted Cruz apparently threw his ...

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Steve and the team offer a stark reminder of what it is that we're fighting for — and how real people's lives and livelihoods are really on the line. Then, the team reacts to Aaron's first montage of the year. In Hour Two, the team shares thoughts on Steve's ten predictions for 2022.

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December 17, 2021 95 min

Steve and the team are joined by Rachel Semmel from the Center for Renewing America and Paul Alexander, former Tulsi Gabbard campaign strategist, for the special year-end Deace Group roundtable. The five-member panel recaps the best of the best, worst of the worst, boldest of the bold, and blandest of the bland from the year 2021.

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Steve reacts to Todd and Aaron's top ten stories of 2021. Then, the team replays the sound-bite of the year. Finally, the team takes a look back at Steve's 10 predictions for the year and sees how many he got right.

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Steve connects some dots regarding COVID and the path forward for almost the last time this year. Then, the team plays its last game of Buy, Sell, or Hold on a number of Christmas-themed topics. Finally, Daniel Horowitz from the Conservative Review podcast joins the program to discuss the cornucopia of topics he's been following as the year comes to a close.

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Steve discusses how emerging data about the Omicron variant indicates that it will be the final, definitive verdict on whether the West's COVID-19 response has made matters worse (or not). Then, Pop Culture Tuesday is more of Steve's thoughts about his set visit to the production of "Nefarious." Finally, Fake News or Not reads dozens of citations showing the ineffectiveness of COVID-19 mandates.

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Steve discusses a couple of recent examples of left-leaning outlets and politicians starting to pump the brakes on COVID mania. Then, Bob Vander Plaats of the Family Leader joins the program to discuss his and Steve's set visit to the filming of "Nefarious." In Hour Two, it's the final edition (for the year) of "Ask Deace Anything."

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Steve, Todd, and Aaron spend the entire show discussing the gut-wrenching, prescient essay by author and Tablet magazine columnist Ann Bauer entitled "I Have Been Through This Before." In the essay, Bauer describes her and her family's painful experiences in caring for her son, Andrew, all while feeling beholden to the "gurus" of autism — and how they relate to the experiences many of our countrymen have had in ...

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For this special edition of the "Steve Deace Show," Steve and the crew interview author Douglas Cobb about his book "And Then the End Will Come." It's a fascinating discussion about the end times, prophecy, and how Christ may be returning sooner than we think. Then, BlazeTV host Jason Whitlock of "Fearless" joins the program for the entire hour to have a broad conversation on race relations in America.

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Steve discusses how a left-wing union is attempting to shut down the set of the film adaptation of his book, "A Nefarious Plot." Then, the crew plays a game of Buy, Sell, or Hold on a variety of topics including college football helmets and eschatology. Finally, Daniel Horowitz of the Conservative Review podcast joins the program to discuss all things Omicron.

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Steve discusses how the latest COVID variant isn't actually a variant: it's a control group. Then, for Fake News or Not, Steve unveils his list of the top 10 most influential, effective, or impactful alternative media stars of 2021. In Hour Two, Senator Ron Johnson from Wisconsin joins the program to discuss his efforts to affirm early treatments for COVID-19 and his recent hearing for those harmed by the vaccines. Finally,...

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Steve discusses how multiple stories from over the weekend underscore the demonic level of gaslighting our adversaries are willing to practice. Then, Bob Vander Plaats from the Family Leader discusses why he's optimistic about the Dobbs case at the Supreme Court. In Hour Two, it's another edition of Ask Deace Anything, featuring questions from Steve's audience on Facebook (including a very intriguing question about comm...

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December 3, 2021 95 min

Steve and the crew are joined by New York talk show host Shannon Joy for the Deace Group roundtable to discuss the Dobbs case before the Supreme Court and whether Roe v. Wade could be struck down. Shannon also reacts to Steve's "A Very COVID Christmas" parody. In Hour Two, it's the final Feedback Friday of the year.

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