Steve Deace

Deace: The American Bar Association Should Launch Ethics Investigation into Gloria Allred

Reasonable people can certainly disagree on whether or not they believe the allegations leveled against U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore. Especially in the #MeToo era, as scores of women are rightfully coming forward for a long-overdue reckoning with Hollywood, Washington, the media, and other halls of elite power that ignored sexual misconduct for far too long.

Photo by: Dennis Van Tine/STAR MAX/IPx 2017 10/25/17 Actress Natassia Malthe (with her attorney Gloria Allred) at a press conference alleging that Harvey Weinstein raped her in a London hotel after a Bafta awards ceremony, in the latest claim of sexual assault by the disgraced movie mogul. In the latest of …

Steve Deace Apologizes for ‘Stupid and Asinine’ Tweet About Carly Fiorina

Conservative radio host Steve Deace posted on social media that GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina was using the gender card after the GOP primary debate on Tuesday night, but it was his use of the “v-word” that caused the post on Twitter to make headlines. Deace is calling his tweet “stupid and asinine.”

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Iowa Talk Radio Host Steve Deace Endorses Ted Cruz

Iowa based conservative talk radio host Steve Deace announced on his radio program today that he is endorsing Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) for the Republican Presidential nomination.

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Iowa Radio Host: Religious Freedom Top Conservative Presidential Issue

Nationally syndicated radio host and columnist for the Washington Times, Steve Deace, explained that there are three specific issues animating the 2016 Republican presidential contest. “If you are weak on these, don’t even show up,” Deace cautioned conservative Republican presidential

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Gov. Scott Walker and the Problem of Common Core

Conservative leaders are frustrated with Gov. Scott Walker’s lack of commitment to full repeal of the Common Core standards. Here’s a full review of his tenure, and the steps he’s taken during those years.

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