Hours 1-3: Live audio and analysis from the GOP debate in Houston, Texas.
Hour 1: Inside Politics with Daniel Horowitz of Conservative Review. Rafael Cruz gives an update on his son's campaign.
Hour 2: Where do we start in retaking the culture? Steve interviews a number of guests live from the National Religious Broadcasters conference in Nashville, Tennessee.
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday: inside chapter 2 of Steve's new book, "A Nefarious Plot".
Hour 1: Katie Packer of Our Principles PAC discusses the strategy to stop Trump.
Hour 2: Rob Bluey of the Daily Signal discusses pro-life momentum across the country.
Hour 3: Joy Pullmann of The Federalist discusses why so many millennials are socialists.
Hour 1: Tough love for Cruz supporters.
Hour 2: Tough love for evangelicals.
Hour 3: Tough love for Trump supporters.
Hour 1: Mike Woody takes us to the movies.
Hour 2: Deace Group Ep. 007
Hour 3: Niger Innis of Tea Party Forward gives his take on the primary race. Author Bruce Ashford talks about his new book, "One Nation Under God: A Christian Hope for American Politics".
Hour 1: Live updates and "analysis" of the CNN GOP Town Hall from South Carolina feature John Kasich, Jeb Bush, and Donald Trump.
Hour 2: More live audio from the aforementioned event. A conversation with Joseph Fiennes, the actor playing the lead role in the upcoming motion picture, "Risen".
Hour 3: Reagan biographer Craig Shirley details how each of the remaining 6 GOP presidential hopefuls channel Ronald Reagan in their own way.
Hours 1 and 2: Audio and analysis of the CNN GOP Town Hall with Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Ben Carson.
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday: examining the first chapter of Steve's new book, "A Nefarious Plot".
Hour 1: Why the death of Justice Antonin Scalia is a disaster -- and the Republicans in Washington are making it worse.
Hour 2: Cruz on life. What pop music songs best fit each candidate?
Hour 3: Richard E. Simmons goes in-depth on his book, "Reliable Truth".
Hours 1-3: Conservative Review's Dan Bongino fills in for Steve Deace.
Hour 1: Do we really want to win? Mike Woody takes us to the movies.
Hour 2: Deace Group Ep. 006
Hour 3: Can Obama really impose a $10/barrel oil tax? Feedback Friday.
Hours 1-2: Live updates from the pivotal Democratic debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
Hour 3: Ted Cruz's ad game is good. Also, we get expert insight on the civil asset forfeiture problem in the United States.
Hour 1: Why Donald Trump and his followers are a cult. Inside Politics with Daniel Horowitz of Conservative Review.
Hour 2: What's the difference between Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump? Hint: not much.
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday looks at the introduction of Steve's new book, "A Nefarious Plot".
Hours 1-3: Live updates on the New Hampshire Primaries. Also, a story that will make you mad.
Hour 1: Weekend News & Views -- analyzing the latest GOP debate, looking ahead to the New Hampshire Primary.
Hour 2: Bob Vander Plaats of the Family Leader joins the show to share his take on the aftermath of the Iowa Caucuses as well as a look forward to New Hampshire and beyond.
Hour 3: Steve's predictions for the New Hampshire Primaries. Dr. John Zmirak from the Stream joins the show to discuss a fascinating think piece about the top three contenders in the GOP race.
Hour 1: Mike Woody takes us to the movies (and reveals his top 10 films of 2015).
Hour 2: Deace Group Ep. 005
Hour 3: U.S. Congressman Steve King joins the show. You asked, we answered: Feedback Friday.
Hour 1: The race for the White House has descended into self-parody. Dr. Paul Broun of the Tea Party Leadership Fund discusses that organization's endorsement of Ted Cruz.
Hour 2: Intermittent coverage of the mono e mono Democratic debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Are you smarter than a Rick Santorum? Rob Bluey of the Daily Signal talks about how the conversation on ethanol subsidies may have shifted after Ted Cruz's win in Iowa.
Hour 3: Why hitting Trump from the right works.
Hour 1: The news cycle is positively cray cray. Daniel Horowitz joins us to go Inside Politics with Conservative Review
Hour 2: Putting to rest the Cruz/Carson email fiasco.
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday goes inside Steve's latest book, A NEFARIOUS PLOT.
Hour 1: Iowa Caucus recap: the losers.
Hour 2: Iowa Caucus recap: the winners.
Hour 3: Iowa Caucus recap: the road forward.
Hours 1-3: All Iowa Caucus all the time, as Steve and the team cover Ted Cruz's historic victory in Iowa.
Hour 1: More insight on the latest GOP debate. Pastor Rafael Cruz joins the show to discuss his book "A Time for Action". Mike Woody takes us to the movies.
Hour 2: Deace Group Ep. 004
Hour 3: Richard Viguerie gives his take on where the race for the White House lies. Feedback Friday.
Hours 1-3: All debate coverage all the time.
Hour 1: Inside Politics with Conservative Review's Daniel Horowitz.
Hour 2: Penny Nance from Concerned Women for America discusses a new effort she and numerous conservative women from around the country are undertaking to stop Donald Trump. Speaking of, we go inside his campaign.
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday on the choice we have to make as a people of a free country in the coming months.
Hour 1: Donald Trump has a very bad day. John Hawkins from Right Wing News joins the program to talk about why he stopped supporting Trump.
Hour 2: Steve Strang from Charisma Media discusses why he endorsed Ted Cruz. Why the campaign has stopped being about Donald; it's become about the type of people Americans will choose to be.
Hour 3: Reviewing Steve's recent appearance on CNN. Nick Adams discusses how to slay the PC dragon.
Hour 1: Breaking down the weird polls from CNN, Fox, and CBS that came out over the weekend.
Hour 2: Bob Vander Plaats from The Family Leader gives us his perspective on where things shake with the Iowa Caucuses a week out.
Hour 3: Henry Olsen from National Review gives us his predictions for the 2016 race along with the 4 types of Republican voters -- and how each will play a defining role in the process.