Steve Deace barely made it out of community college in one piece, and then loosely attended a real college for a while.
We say he only attended because there's no record of him actually accomplishing anything while he was there, or at least anything he wants to tell his three children about before they're 21 years old. By the grace of God he managed to find a woman that would put up with him, his wife Amy who daily exhibits the patience of Job. Because he's not that educated, Deace actually believes the Bible is literally true and the Constitution isn't a living, breathing document. He also knows way more about superheroes, Star Wars & Star Trek, and college football than any man not living under a vow of perpetual virginity in his mom's basement should.
Jen Green has been communicating from a very early age.
She even got a couple of degrees to help make sure she was doing it right. She has a B.A. in English from Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C, and an M.A. in Rhetoric and Professional Communication from Clemson University in Clemson, S.C. Jen has tried several jobs, the hardest but most rewarding of those was being a stay-at-home mom. Keeping Steve in line for a couple of hours a day during the show is a breeze compared to that. She is wife to Scott and mom to Piper and Ben. They live the the typical American suburban dream with cats, dogs, fish, and the occasional foster toad.
Rebekah Maxwell grew up from stage to stage in a Midwestern gypsy band, singing and playing music with her family.
She was homeschooled from backstage to the front pew, a system that suited her independent, slightly contrary, nature. She completed her high school work at age 16, and then promptly got a job as announcer at a local radio station, opting for a career that combined music, microphones and live performance with a steady paycheck. She began reporting and producing at WHO Radio in 2007, with on-air work recognized by the official alphabet soup: the AP, IBNA, NBNA, RTDNA, NAB (all the while staying far from the TSA and UFOs). While she attended Drake University to learn the ropes of legitimate broadcast journalism, she's also been quoted as saying that her experience with the Deace Show has been at least as educational as college (and at a lower interest rate). She delights in debating religion, politics, and all other subjects impolite at the dinner table. Her favorite time of year is Caucus season, and she's an accomplished slam poet, ready to spit the truth...in mad rhymes, if necessary.