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Steve Deace

Steve  Deace

Steve Deace is a nationally syndicated radio host for the USA Radio Network. His radio program has been featured in major media such as Fox News, CBS News, ABC News, CNN, MSNBC, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Politico, The Weekly Standard and Real Clear Politics, among others. He's one of the top 100 talk-show hosts in America, according to Talkers Magazine. In 2013, he wrote the second-most shared column of the year for USA Today, defending "Duck Dynasty" and traditional American values. In addition to being a contributor for Conservative Review, USA Today and Town Hall.com, Deace is a columnist for The Washington Times. He is also the author of the book "Rules for Patriots: How Conservatives Can Win Again," which includes a foreword by David Limbaugh and is endorsed by a who's who of conservative leaders. He lives in Iowa with his wife Amy, and their three children: Ana, Zoe, Noah.

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Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is interviewed by host Bill O'Reilly during "The O'Reilly Factor" television program, on the Fox News Channel in New York, Monday, April 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

The idiocracy has its first love triangle

Welcome to the idiocracy’s first political love triangle. A low-information presidential candidate propped up by a low-information media, all in the hopes of rallying a low-information electorate to overthrow the Republican Party.

Bruce Springsteen performs with the E Street Band at Madison Square Garden, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016, in New York. (Photo by Robert Altman /Invision/AP)

The trans craze is cray-cray

Further evidence we are a superpower in decline. AARP-eligible rock stars, who refuse to grow up and act their age, think daring to uphold the constitution as well as the privacy, security, and dignity of restrooms somehow makes you America’s Taliban.

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In this image released by NBC, Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina, left, appears with host Jimmy Fallon during a taping of "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon," on Monday, Sept. 21, 2015, in New York. (Douglas Gorenstein/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via AP)

Slow your roll on Carly Fiorina

That Carly Fiorina had two stellar debate performances is not up for argument. Neither is the fact that after her last debate performance the pro-life movement owes her a thank you.

Illustration on Kim Davis by Alexander hunter/The Washington Times

Dear Oprah, I'm confused about Kim Davis

I'm writing to you because you're obviously, like, the smartest woman in America and I am confused about Kim Davis. You know, that woman down in Kentucky who might be the first Christian ever imprisoned in American history for following their faith.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump answers questions from the media after speaking at a rally at the TD Convention Center, Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, in Greenville, S.C. (AP Photo/Richard Shiro) ** FILE **

Donald Trump 2016? It's up to the conservative movement now

He currently holds unprecedented leads in national polls, including across-the-board edges in all of the early primary/caucus states. His likability numbers with Republican primary voters are on the upswing. Nevertheless, most of the intelligentsia still doesn't believe Donald Trump has much of chance to be the 2016 GOP nominee.

Pro-life activists demonstrate near a Planned Parenthood clinic in Philadelphia in this July 28, 2015, file photo. The protestors called for an end to government funding for the nonprofit reproductive services organization. (Associated Press)

Data proves pro-life is a political winner

Before the hit to the stock market, the nation has been served weeks of macabre videos laying out Planned Parenthood's bloodthirsty lust for dismembering babies to peddle their remains for profits. All the while displaying the chilling precision and emotional detachment of the stone-cold killers they are.

This combination made from Aug. 6, 2015, photos shows Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, left, and Fox News Channel host and moderator Megyn Kelly during the first Republican presidential debate at the Quicken Loans Arena, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/John Minchillo) ** FILE **

Fatal attraction: Trump and Team GOP

At this point I'm not sure what's more pathetic. Those willing to defend Donald Trump no matter what he says and does, or those who think the way to drive an alpha-male billionaire out of a presidential race is to sanctimoniously whine about how "offensive" his comments are.

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump speaks at his South Carolina campaign kickoff rally in Bluffton, S.C., on July 21, 2015. (Associated Press) ** FILE **

This might be the only way to stop Donald Trump

I was there in the audience when Donald Trump made his unfortunate comments about John McCain's war record as a POW. And then followed it up by admitting to a room of thousands of evangelicals he'd never sought God's forgiveness for anything in his life.

A number of businesses reacted to Donald Trump's comments by cutting ties with the mogul. NBC TV said it no longer would broadcast the Trump-produced Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants. Univision pulled its plans to run the Miss USA pageants, and Macy's dropped his clothing line. (Associated Press)

Trump not ruining the GOP brand, the GOP is

In 2014, GOP officials in New York State put forth a full-court press to convince Donald Trump to run for governor. That seems like an eternity ago now, because today the same GOP loathes Mr. Trump so much as a presidential candidate he might as well change his name to "Ted Cruz."

Ben Carson is among seven presidential hopefuls at the Western Conservative Summit in Colorado.

Iowa caucus odds: 1 of these 4 will win

Turns out there is a silver lining to five justices on the U.S. Supreme Court committing what amounts to cultural self-immolation last week -- it winnowed the crowded field of 2016 GOP presidential candidates considerably.