Hour 1: It's storytime, courtesy of Angelo Codevilla.
Hour 2: Dave Mastio from USA Today explains why that paper decided to de-endorse Donald Trump.
Hour 3: How to stay Catholic in college -- Aurora Griffin has written a new book on her experience with her faith while attending Harvard.
Hour 1: Daniel Horowitz takes us inside politics. Steve explains why there's one thing that continues to hold Donald Trump back.
Hour 2: Danny Faulkner talks about his book, "The Created Cosmos". The Nightly Buzz.
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday is part 3 in a series on why conservatives lost this cycle and generation.
Hour 1: How Donald Trump broke every one of the 10 commandments of political warfare from Steve's book, "Rules for Patriots".
Hour 2: Prager U does a service to humanity. Jeremy Dys from First Liberty updates us on the latest front in the battle for religious liberty.
Hour 3: Doug Sain, Executive Producer of "Clinton, Inc. The Movie" talks about the life and times of the Clintons.
Hours 1-2: Live coverage of the first presidential debate.
Hour 3: An extended edition of 3 questions. More analysis of the first debate.
Hour 1: Examining the state of the race. Mike Woody takes us to the movies.
Hour 2: Deace Group Ep. 37
Hour 3: The Nightly Buzz. This Week's Sign of the Apocalypse. Feedback Friday.
Hour 1: Erick Erickson from The Resurgent joins the show to talk about his recent piece reconsidering his opposition to Trump.
Hour 2: Listeners share what questions they'd ask the presidential candidates if they were a debate moderator.
Hour 3: The Nightly Buzz. Nabeel Qureshi talks about his latest book.
Hour 1: How Ted Cruz is very close to killing his political brand. Daniel Horowitz from Conservative Review takes us inside politics.
Hour 2: Feedback about a potential endorsement of Donald Trump from Ted Cruz. Tim Huelskamp talks about Congress's inability to do...anything.
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday is part 2 of a series on why conservatives lost: It's About the Culture, Stupid"
Hour 1: Steve talks with one of the great thinkers of our age, Os Guinness, about his new book, "Impossible People".
Hour 2: Steve's recent interview on the Glenn Beck program.
Hour 3: Some great journalism from...the New York Times?
Hour 1: Weekend News and Views involves a psychoanalysis of Reince Priebus.
Hour 2: Dr. Michael Brown talks about the state of American culture. Putting to bed the binary choice illogic.
Hour 3: Rob Eno from Conservative Review gives his take on the latest polls. Steve shares his theory on why said polls are changing.
Hour 1: What really is the Constitution? Michael Peroutka from the Institute on the Constitution joins the show to help us celebrate.
Hour 2: Deace Group Ep. 36
Hour 3: Feedback Friday.
Hour 1: Why this election is getting legitimately close. A portrait of bad and good "evangelical leadership" in this election.
Hour 2: Do independent voters really matter? What authoritarianism sounds like. Diana Stancy from Conservative Review tells us what's at stake with expanded roles for women in the military. Two words we've conflated.
Hour 3: The Nightly Buzz. Why the Catholic church can't change its stance on marriage.
Hour 1: Daniel Horowitz from Conservative Review takes us Inside Politics and Donald Trump's latest plan to expand the size of government.
Hour 2: The Nightly Buzz. A moral dilemma that requires a convening of the Dude Code committee. 15 things the U.S. government won't tell us about those in "poverty".
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday is the first in a series of episodes on why conservatives lost.
Hour 1: U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller from Alaska talks about his bid to oust the liberal Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
Hour 2: A political science class on campaign ground games.
Hour 3: Radio host Charlie Sykes talks about his new book, "Fail U."
Hour 1: An in-depth dive on what Hillary Clinton's health could mean for the rest of the campaign. Dr. Christian Merlo from Johns Hopkins gives us his expert input on the situation.
Hour 2: Bob Vander Plaats from the Family Leader discusses the theological side of where the conservative movement is in our culture.
Hour 3: An update on the rainbow jihad.
Hour 1: Steve makes predictions for his Detroit Lions' season. Mike Woody takes us to the movies.
Hour 2: Deace Group Ep. 35
Hour 3: This week's sign the apocalypse is upon us. Feedback Friday.
Hours 1-2: Reviewing various clips and soundbytes from this week's Commander in Chief Forum.
Hour 3: Daniel Payne from the Federalist says we need to get more stubborn.
Hour 1: A reset on the election and why our show exists.
Hour 2: Owen Strachan examines the painful ramifications of the sexual revolution. A huge opportunity for Steve.
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday explores the morality of voting.
Worldview Wednesday dives inside whether voting is moral or amoral, and what responsibility the voter bears when things go bad.
Hour 1: Conservative pollster Rick Shaftan joins the show to talk about the recent spat of polls released purporting to show Donald Trump getting closer to Hillary Clinton.
Hour 2: An update on the state of the snowflake culture with Dr. Everett Piper from Oklahoma Wesleyan University. How are things shaking out with key Senate races around the country? Chris Pandolfo from Conservative Review has the answer.
Hour 3: If you want to protect your kids -- stop having them? Is Russia interfering with United States elections?
Hour 1: Daniel Horowitz from Conservative Review joins the show to talk about what really is going on with Trump on immigration.
Hour 2: Deace Group Ep. 33
Hour 3: Feedback Friday.
Hour 1: Inside Politics with a special guest, Ben Shapiro. Examining the state of the race for the White House.
Hour 2: The state of the welfare state with Dr. Jay Richard from The Stream. We're confounded by Donald Trump's strategy.
Hour 3: Worldview Wednesday with the final installment of "5 steps to political epiphany" with pastor Cary Gordon.