Conservative Review contributor and CRTV host Steve Deace reached a major milestone earlier this week with the airing of the 100th episode of “The Steve Deace Show” on CRTV.
“Nobody is more surprised we made it this far than we are,” Deace jokingly told CR. “If the audience finds our meager mediocrity painful to endure for less than two hours a day, imagine being us and being confronted with your woeful inadequacies 24/7/365.”
Based in America’s heartland in Iowa, Steve Deace’s program is known and appreciated for its uniquely insightful political commentary, unabashed defense of traditional conservative values, and the snarky banter between Deace, his producer Aaron McIntire, and his web editor Todd Erzen.
Deace, an unapologetic Christian conservative, rarely holds back on air when he tells you what he really thinks.
Whether it’s defending the Founding Fathers …
Interviewing important newsmakers in the conservative movement …
Commenting on the most volatile issues in the culture today …
Or exposing feckless RINOs …
“Fear God, tell the truth, and make money” is the motto of the Steve Deace Show.
After 100 episodes, the co-hosts of the Deace crew are happy with the show’s progress and optimistic for the future.
“I’m even more better-than-Hillary now than I was better-than-Hillary then,” joked web-editor Erzen. “My forecast for the future is a cuck in every pot.”
“I am the walrus,” proclaimed producer McIntire.
For his part, Deace gave his thanks to CRTV.
“I really can’t thank CRTV enough for using us as the control group in their thought experiment to answer the age-old question: Is there really a market for telling people what they don’t want to hear?”
Author: Chris Pandolfo
Chris Pandolfo is a staff writer and type-shouter for Conservative Review. He holds a B.A. in politics and economics from Hillsdale College. His interests are conservative political philosophy, the American founding, and progressive rock. Follow him on Twitter for doom-saying and great album recommendations @ChrisCPandolfo.
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