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  • Richmond Gains an Answer (AM 820 talk)

    06/03/2014 12:08:56 PM PDT · by raccoonradio · 5 replies
    Radio Insight ^ | 6/3/14 | Lance Venta
    Delmarva Educational Association Gospel “Amen 820” WGGM Chester/Richmond, VA has flipped to Conservative Talk “820 The Answer“. Now utilizing WNTW call letters, the station is featuring a combination of regionally and nationally syndicated hosts. VARTV reports the schedule includes WHKT Norfolk’s John Fredericks in mornings, Herman Cain from 9am-12pm, Dennis Prager 12-3pm, Michael Savage 3-6pm, Mark Levin 6-9pm, Steve Deace 9pm-12am, and Alex Jones overnight. WNTW operates with 10kW daytime and 1kW nights and has some daytime coverage into the Norfolk area.
  • 2016: Cruz Expected to Get 'Hero's Welcome' in Iowa, New Hampshire

    02/16/2014 3:25:39 PM PST · by SoConPubbie · 10 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 16 Feb 2014, 8:27 AM PDT | Tony Lee
    Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is expected to receive a "hero's welcome" when he travels to Iowa and New Hampshire in the coming months after he again stood up against the GOP establishment on the vote to raise the debt ceiling without any reductions in spending. Conservative activists, according to the The Hill, are cheering Cruz for forcing Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and others to vote to advance the legislation. On March 18, Cruz will keynote a Network of Iowa Christian Home Educators rally. On April 12, Cruz will attend the New Hampshire Freedom Summit, which is sponsored by Americans For Prosperity....
  • Deace: Republicans should kill 'false debate,' sell ideas to changing nation

    08/23/2013 1:37:04 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 47 replies
    Cityview ^ | August 21, 2013 | Douglas Burns
    Nationally syndicated talk-radio host Steve Deace, an Iowa native who has built a national brand as an in-house critic of the conservative movement, says Democrats are out-gunning Republicans on strategy and message. “Say what you will, the Democrats offer solutions,” Deace said. Meanwhile, the GOP issues statements that come across like sponsors’ patches on NASCAR drivers or scout badges, he said. Deace, 40, spoke for about two hours to a crowd of 80 people at the Santa Maria Winery in Carroll last week, an event organized by the Carroll Area Tea Party. His central theme: Republicans shouldn’t get mad with...
  • Marco Rubio’s Iowa Slide

    07/23/2013 8:59:38 AM PDT · by Hojczyk · 48 replies
    National Review Online ^ | July 23,2013 | Robert Costa
    Iowa’s talk-radio hosts have been particularly brutal. Steve Deace, an influential Christian conservative, has warned Rubio not to even show up, and has often taunted him during broadcasts. “Zip, zilch, nada — he’s got no support, he would be dead on arrival,” Deace tells me. “He may end up running for president, but he can’t win here.” Rubio’s latest Iowa headache is Sam Clovis, a charismatic, suspenders-wearing Republican running for U.S. Senate. On the campaign trail, Clovis frequently uses Rubio as a target. Rather than hit President Obama, the usual rhetorical punching bag, he slams Rubio on immigration to score...
  • Beating Back the Progressive Republicans With Their Own Bludgeon

    07/07/2013 4:29:25 PM PDT · by Kolath · 16 replies
    Mark America ^ | 7-7-2013 | Mark America
    There has been a great deal of discussion over the last week concerning the remarks made by Governor Palin in answer to a question from Josh Painter, regarding the possibility of a new party to supplant the GOP. As Steve Deace covers in his own cost/benefit analysis of the idea, there are a few practical considerations to leaving the Republican Party that make for a gargantuan series of problems, including effectively surrendering the whole governance of the country to the Democrats in the short run. As Deace also explains quite effectively, if we don’t change the direction of the country,...
  • A Fork in the Road — Part I

    11/07/2012 7:37:04 PM PST · by JediJones · 79 replies
    Steve Deace ^ | 11/7/2012 | Steve Deace
    The very same people that have shoved Mitt McDoles down our throats for decades now will re-emerge from the ruling class to tell us that [Romney] was too conservative (I know, I laughed out loud, too)... Romney did everything the cynical Karl Rove wing of the party says Republicans have to do to win...And he still lost. Perhaps if Romney had gone after the president...on Benghazi the way he went after Gingrich and Santorum...he wouldn’t have lost. [Obama] embraced his base, even on social issues....The progressives cast a vision that took more than one election cycle, followed it through, and...
  • Little Birdie Chirps with 40 Days to Go [Conservatives backing Akin]

    09/26/2012 9:08:48 PM PDT · by JediJones · 14 replies
    SteveDeace.com ^ | 9/26/2012 | Steve Deace
    Other than Ted Cruz’s campaign...the most excited I have seen the GOP base this entire election cycle is what I witnessed the past two days in St. Louis surrounding Todd Akin. There is some tension...within social conservative ranks...about how best to proceed with our political activism. One group prefers perpetuating the old paradigm of partisan, access-based politics. An emerging group, of which I am a part, believes that hasn’t worked and it’s time to put principle before party. “We’re tired of being bullied by the party establishment.” ...one name was never mentioned the entire time...Not by...Rick Perry, Phyllis Schlafly, [Akin],...
  • The 10 Commandments of Political Warfare for the Romney Campaign

    09/26/2012 7:48:13 PM PDT · by JediJones · 4 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | 9/22/2012 | Steve Deace
    ...this week, my fellow patriots, I come not bury the Republican presidential nominee, but rather to help him to drop the shovel and stop digging our grave. The Romney Campaign has been playing right into the president’s hands. Romney needs a plan to turn the tables on Obama, and turn some of his own perceived weaknesses into strengths while putting the president back on the defensive. This week I offer the Romulans a plan to do exactly that, with a battle plan I use every night on my show to advance my principles and that I have used to help...
  • Fear of Mitt Romney and Obama Sets a Trap For Many Iowa Voters

    01/03/2012 11:06:38 AM PST · by grassboots.org · 3 replies
    Caffeinated Thoughts ^ | 1/3/2012 | David Shedlock
    Proverbs 29:25 The fear of man bringeth a snare: but whoso putteth his trust in the LORD shall be safe. Suppose your 18-year-old daughter was about to be launched into the world of courtship. You’ve raised her to be the best wife and mother she can be. She is beautiful, wise and loves God with all of her heart. For some reason, however, you are afraid that she will not be able to capture the heart of a truly noble man. Having a successful courtship that leads to an early marriage is important to you because you don’t want to...
  • Herman Cain Has a Powerful Enemy in Iowa[Hard-Core Evangelical Christian Host]

    11/04/2011 11:42:19 AM PDT · by fight_truth_decay · 173 replies · 1+ views
    the Atlantic ^ | Nov 4 2011, 10:15 AM ET | Molly Ball , staff writer
    The harassment scandal highlights Cain's rift with Iowa's most dangerous conservative talker. Herman Cain has messed with the wrong Iowan. One strand of the multifaceted scandal unfolding around the Republican presidential candidate this week has been the charge that Cain treated female staffers of Des Moines-based radio host Steve Deace in a manner Deace found "awkward and inappropriate." While Deace has refused to describe the interaction that prompted that characterization, he has also spent the week relentlessly pounding Cain on his nightly talk show -- and taking to task the conservatives who, at least at first, largely defended the former...
  • Rick Perry vs. Rick Perry

    09/22/2011 9:05:15 AM PDT · by iowamark · 26 replies
    SteveDeace.com News ^ | 09/17/2011 | Steve Deace
    On Friday morning, our very own Rebekah Maxwell got an opportunity to do something few in the media have had the chance to do at one of Rick Perry’s presidential campaign stops — ask him a serious question about his own record. Given Perry’s answer, it calls into question either Perry’s truthfulness or whether or not he even knows his own record. In the exchange, Maxwell asks Perry about his support for the controversial 2008 bank bailout known as the TARP, a hugely unpopular move that eventually launched what is now known as the Tea Party movement. Perry responds by...
  • Banning Late-Term Abortion in Iowa Should Be a Priority for All Prolifers

    01/20/2011 10:53:08 AM PST · by iowaguy1972 · 5 replies
    Caffeinated Thoughts ^ | 1/20/2011 | Shane Vander Hart
    What is better? To ban some abortions or ban none because just banning some is incrementalism and not prolife enough? That is a debate that is happening at the Iowa Statehouse and on the air waves. Eric wrote on Tuesday about the battle for life at the Iowa Statehouse especially surrounding the first prolife bill this session on the docket – House File 5. This bill in effect bans all abortions beyond 20 weeks with certain exceptions. It would keep Dr. Leroy Carhart from setting up shop in Council Bluffs, IA. It is a good bill, and it is a...