Steve Deace hosts a nationally-syndicated radio program that is influential in politics. He's been featured in major media such as Fox News, CBS News, ABC News, CNN, MSNBC, The Washington Post and The New York Times.
His book, A Nefarious Plot, has been widely hailed as an excellent critique of the challenges America faces and why we seem incapable of returning our nation to its former greatness.
You might recall a famous line from William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” He was saying that you cannot change the qualities and properties of something just by changing its name.
Today we call them “progressives.” Forty years ago they were known as Communists or Marxists, but as Shakespeare said, “a rose by any other name…” The modern progressive movement looks and smells just like Lenin’s Marxist movement–denying God’s Word and values in favor of Humanist thought and selective morality supported by a government and media ready to persecute any one who dares challenge its authority.
Author and radio show host Steve Deace joins us this morning to discuss how the modern progressive movement has left the mainstream of American thought and politics–and why that should be a serious concern for all of us. Here are a few quotes from today’s interview.
“The issue of life isn’t a political issue; it’s a moral imperative and a window into our souls.
We don’t have a two-party system in America, we have a duopoly.
A problem with Christians regarding politics is we lobby instead of witness.”
In the third segment we continue our discussion of Dennis Prager’s article, A Guide to Basic Differences Between Left and Right