Syndicated radio host, author, and widely published writer Steve Deace will be joining the lineup at TheBlaze, starting Oct. 15.
Who is Steve?
In addition to being a popular radio host, Steve has written for a number of outlets including The Washington Times, USA Today, and the Conservative Review. He is also the author of "A Nefarious Plot," a dark satire about the divisions in America.
A proud Iowan, Steve is married and has three children. You can follow him on Twitter: @SteveDeaceShow
Steve's already popular radio show will air on TheBlaze starting on Monday, filling a time slot left vacant after the departure of Doc Thompson from "The Morning Blaze" to pursue his own projects.
Steve is currently also a host on CRTV, where his program will continue to be broadcast.
Glenn welcomed the addition of Steve to TheBlaze:
Steve Deace is a deep thinker, not just about politics, but also culture and faith. I've always been impressed with his courage and compassion. He's never afraid to 'call it like it is' and to stand tall when most are too afraid. He's also willing to admit when he is wrong, which is a rare quality these days. I couldn't be more thrilled to add The Steve Deace Show to our live programming offering and our growing family of podcasts.
Speaking on behalf of himself and his team, Steve said:
We're very excited to return to live programming, and the joining of audiences with the partnership of CRTV and TheBlaze. We're honored our show is the bridge to launch it. We are gonna do our best to fear God, tell the truth, and make money — in that order. And have as much fun as we can while doing so, because if you can't poke fun at a systemic cultural collapse, what can you laugh at?
Steve will take over the 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. ET slot currently occupied by Pat Gray unleashed. Pat will move to the 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. ET slot. After they air, past episodes of Steve's show will be able to be viewed on demand at CRTV.