Hour 1: Did Jeff Sessions miss an opportunity in front of U.S. Senate? Juliana Taimoorazy, founder and president of Iraqi Christian relief council, talks persecution in Mideast
Hour 2: Matt Walsh talks manhood; Steve breaks down some polling concerning Obama's 8 years in office
Hour 3: Three questions; nightly buzz; Steve talks about potential for Trump's first 100 days
Hour 1: Leftists spend the weekend calling people bigots; Meryl Streep goes on a rant at Golden Globes
Hour 2: Talking Trump and the way forward with Michael Brown; theology discussion about God's will
Hour 3: Three question; nightly buzz; Ken Blackwell talks Jeff Sessions
Hour 1: One last breakdown of election 2016; Mike Woody takes us to the moves
House 2: Deace Group, Ep. 49
Hour 3: 3 question, nightly buzz, sign of apocalypse, feedback Friday
Hour 1: Why we've doomed millennials. Carrie Severino discusses the Left's attempts to gum up the nomination process for Trump.
Hour 2: Jarrett Stepman discusses how the founders of the country anticipated fake news. Buy, Sell, Hold.
Hour 3: The Nightly Buzz. Jake Velie discusses the true numbers behind Obamacare.
Hour 1: Another example of what political parties do to people. Daniel Horowitz takes us Inside Politics.
Hour 2: Billy Hallowell of FaithWire.com joins the show to talk about the state of Christianity in the United States.
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday makes 4 resolutions for the church in America for 2017.
Hour 1: Holiday News & Views.
Hour 2: Matt Walsh joins the program to talk about conservatism in the year 2017. Also discussed: Megyn Kelly leaving Fox News and the future of that network.
Hour 3: The Nightly Buzz. 5 things learned about post-conservative America.
Hour 1: The Nightly Buzz. Aaron reviews "Year of the Cat" which is, factually, one of the best songs ever conceived.
Hour 2: Stories behind the great traditions of Christmas with storyteller Ace Collins.
Hour 3: Steve's recent Christmas sermon he preached to his home church.
Hour 1: The Nightly Buzz. A best-of interview with Joni Eareckson Tada.
Hour 2: Stories behind the best-loved songs of Christmas with Ace Collins.
Hour 3: Steve's recent sermon for his home church on the book of Galatians.
Hour 1: Radical Islam is the threat we thought it was, and why today's attacks help better explain why America is where it is politically. Those who push for the demolition of the electoral college are fools. Todd reviews the new Star Wars movie.
Hour 2: Bob Vander Plaats looks back on 2016 and looks forward to the new year.
Hour 3: Jerome Corsi talks about his new book, "Goodnight Obama".
It's Part 2 of the Deace End-of-Year Special, featuring the Top 10 Stories of 2016, reviewing Steve's crystal ball from 2016, and the true meaning of Christmas.
It's Part 1 of the Steve Deace Show End-of-Year Special, featuring a 2-hour Deace Group, and some very special guests.
Hour 1: Steve and Daniel Horowitz from Conservative Review discuss the news out of Ohio that Republican Governor John Kasich vetoed a truly pro-life bill.
Hour 2: Christian Toto from HollywoodInToto.com talks about the 6 ways Hollywood will try to undermine Donald Trump.
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday goes inside part 4 of lessons we learned from 2016.
Hour 1: Why this is the first major chink in Trump's transition so far: his Secretary of State pick. What's going on on the Left? Steve and the team discuss.
Hour 2: Jason Jones discusses why Trump has an opportunity to do something not done since Reagan. How not to engage the culture.
Hour 3: The Nightly Buzz. Max Lucado talks about his new book.
Hour 1: Weekend News and Views surveys the first really bad news cycle for the Trump transition.
Hour 2:A best-of the latest Deace Group roundtable.
Hour 3: The Nightly Buzz. Sam Nunberg discusses the state of the Trump transition.
Hour 1: Steve tries to impose his narrow-minded definition of manly music upon Aaron. This Week's Sign of the Apocalypse. Mike Woody takes us to the movies.
Hour 2: Deace Group Ep. 47
Hour 3: The Nightly Buzz. Feedback Friday.
Hour 1: Another example of why people don't go to church in the United States. Andy Schlafly from Eagle Forum discusses the effort to hold Trump accountable to his promises of who he'll appoint as SCOTUS Justice.
Hour 2: Josh Mandel, U.S. Senate candidate from Ohio, talks about why he's running and what he hopes to accomplish come 2018.
Hour 3: Kevin Baker discusses his book, "America the Ingenious".
Hour 1: Steve shares the story of an Illinois man fighting for his 1st amendment rights, and why he should just say "no". Daniel Horowitz takes us Inside Politics with Conservative Review.
Hour 2: Jennifer Morse talks about her new book, "101 Tips for Marrying the Right Person: Helping Singles Find Each Other, Contemplate Marriage, and Say I Do".
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday goes inside what the GOP (should) learn from 2016.
Hour 1: The worst example of journalistic malfeasance Steve has come across in quite a while. Larry Pratt from Gun Owners of America discusses the future of the 2nd Amendment under President Trump.
Hour 2: Steve Bucci from the Heritage Foundation talks James Mattis and what he'll mean to the military. Liberty McArtor from The Stream takes us inside an important story developing in New Mexico.
Hour 3: Richard Weikart talks about his new book, 'Hitler's Religion'.
Hour 1: Steve's big announcement. Weekend news and views.
Hour 2: Bob Vander Plaats gives his take on Steve's big news and some of the latest developments from the Trump transition.
Hour 3: Joni Eareckson Tada talks about suffering and the Christian walk.
Hour 1: Steve debunks the lies about the U.S. unemployment figures. Mike Woody takes us to the movies.
Hour 2: Deace Group Ep. 46
Hour 3: The Nightly Buzz. Feedback Friday.
Hour 1: The unheralded hero of 2016. Stu Epperson Jr. talks about his latest book, "The First Words of Jesus".
Hour 2: Buy, Sell, Hold. The Nightly Buzz. Max Lucado talks about his latest book, "Because of Bethlehem".
Hour 3: Grading Trump's transition so far.
Hour 1: Steve does something he's probably never done before: defend Mitt Romney. Daniel Horowitz from Conservative Review takes us Inside Politics.
Hour 2: Ryan Mauro from The Clarion Project discusses how the Muslim world has reacted to Trump's election.
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday goes inside what we learned from 2016: what evangelical leaders learned.
Hour 1: Trump: master media troller. Brandon Finnigen from Decision Desk HQ joins the show to discuss Jill Stein's phony recount effort.
Hour 2: Tim Carney from The Washington Examiner discusses how Trump's business interests could bog down his presidency. John Kasich resumes status as most annoying Republican. Robert Kuykendall from 2nd Vote talks about Target's continued support of bathroom insanity.
Hour 3: Dr. Andrew Jacobs talks about his book "Let 'em Play".
Hour 1: Weekend News & Views on supposed dysfunction within the Trump transition team.
Hour 2: Bob Vander Plaats from the Family Leader shares his take on how the Trump transition is going, and a disappointing story out of Liberty University.
Hour 3: Why federalism needs to make a resurgence.