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    Idaho's Largest Toy Drive: Day 1!

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 87:38

    Today is Day One of Idaho's Largest Toy Drive at Sportsman's Warehouse in Meridian! Nate was joined by several special guests including, Sergeant Geldrich, Dino Glascock, and Tinsel Tori! Join us as we kick off this special event that benefits Toys For Tots. (11/26/21)

    A Week of Justice & Thanksgiving Traditions

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 89:19

    The verdict in the trial of those involved in the Ahmaud Arbery murder came down today; all three men were convicted as guilty on all or most of the charges. Do you think justice was served? Nate takes your calls on that and then transitions to outerspace. Space Force is on a mission to send a missile into space to break up an asteroid. We round out today's show with your favorite Thanksgiving recipes, and of course the WRKP Turkey Drop. (11/24/21)

    Good News, Bad News

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 114:24

    Good News, Idaho's crisis standard of care has ended for the state except for in Northern Idaho. Bad News, St. Lukes has reinstated its vaccine mandates for all employees. Do you think that a company has the right to mandate employees to get the vaccine? Art Macomber joined Nate to discuss his run for Idaho Attorney General. The Attorney General race seems to be the next Idaho race to have become contentious. How many types of Republican divides do we have in the state of Idaho, and what do they mean? (11/23/21)

    Trials, Tragedy, and The Lieutenant Governor Race

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 87:24

    There were closing statements given in the Ahmaud Arbery Trial. Nate takes audience calls and comments about the case. A tragedy occured last night in Wisconsin when an SUV drove through barricades and hit at least forty people at a Christmas parade. Luke Malek joined Nate later on in the show he discussed why he dropped out and who he is endorsing. (11/22/21)

    Luke Malek Drops Out of the Race

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 9:40

    Luke Malek dropped out of the race for Idaho's Lieutenant Governor. He joined Nate to discuss how he came to that decision and who he is endorsing. (11/22/21)

    Rants, Raves, and Rittenhouse

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 92:49

    Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all charges. What are your thoughts on the matter? On top of discussing that, Nate took your rants and raves live from the snowmobile show. (11/19/21)

    Candidates, Vote Casting, and Vaccine Clinics

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 85:30

    The first guest to join Today's show was Raul Labrador to discuss his run for Idaho Attorney General. Nate dives further into the vaccine clinics that have been set up in the Boise and Caldwell School Districts. Kayla Dunn from the Idaho chapter of Power 2 Parent joined Nate to discuss reports of children getting an adult dose by accident, and one case where a child's identity was mixed up. Congressman Mike Simpson was our last guest on today's show. He discussed the House of Representative's first vote on the Build Back Better plan. (1/18/21)

    Congressman Mike Simpson

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 10:16

    Congressman Mike Simpson joined Nate to discuss the House vote on the Build Back Better Plan and what the implications of that plan might be. (11/18/21)

    Raul Labrador

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 19:00

    Raul Labrador joined Nate to discuss his run for Idaho Attorney General. (11/18/21)

    The Matters of Hate Speech, Free Speech and Everything In Between

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 94:36

    Hateful and racist language and symbols were found in the parking garage of a downtown boise building. Nate is joined by a guest who discusses her experiences in Boise so far and how this impacted her life here. The Legislature has officially ended sine die. Representative Ron Nate and Speaker of the House Scott Bedke separatly joined Nate to discuss their opinions of this. Congressman Paul Gosar has been censured by the US House of Representatives after posting a doctored anime video. The QAnon Shaman has been sentenced to just over three years in prison for his actions on January 6th. (11/17/21)

    Speaker of the House Scott Bedke

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 10:46

    Speaker of the House Scott Bedke joins Nate to discuss the official end of the legislative session. (11/17/21)

    Representative Ron Nate

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 9:46

    The Legislative Session is officially over, and nothing new has happened. Representative Ron Nate joined Nate to voice his frustrations. (11/17/21)

    670 KBOI

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 86:53

    Nate discusses the take over of robots and Amazon and if it's a good or bad thing. (11/16)

    Rittenhouse: Hero or Criminal

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 91:41

    At the beginning of the show State Representative Priscilla Giddings joined Nate to discuss the House voting 49-19 to censure her and remove her from the House Commerce & Human Resources Committee. Interfaith Sanctuary has stirred up controversy over it's new proposed location on State street. If you lived in that neighborhood, what would you do? The Judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse case dropped the 6th charge for gun posession by a minor. Who is Kyle Rittenhouse to you, is he a hero, criminal, or something in between?

    State Representative Priscilla Giddings

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 35:05

    Nate is joined by State Representative Priscilla Giddings. Today she was censured and removed from her seat on the House Commerce & Human Resources Committee. They discussed that vote, what is happening in the legislature this week, and took your comments and questions. (11/15/21)

    Veteran's Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 89:16

    Today we take a break from the normal news to honor our veterans. Nate takes your calls, emails, and messages in honor of those that you know that have served our country. (11/11/21)

    Idaho Political Races & The Rittenhouse Trial

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 86:55


    This week in Idaho politics Janice McGeachin has been endorsed by Former President Donald Trump in her race for Idaho Governor. Are you concerned that democrats will change their party affiliation to vote in Idaho's republican primary in May? Also, Ammon Bundy has been endorsed by Ron Paul. In national news, the judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial got angry at the prosecution today to the point of yelling. Have you been following this case, What are your opinions? (11/10/21)


    Candidates, Politicians, and Endorsements

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 100:46


    John McGee has decided to drop out of the race for Caldwell Mayor. We hear from our audience what their opinions are surrounding that news. Arizona GOP Representative Paul Gosar posted an altered anime video that showed him swinging swords at Biden and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, Pelosi wants an investigation into it. Whether or not you find it distasteful isn't the question that was asked; but rather, Do you feel as though this was inciting violence? (The video has been reposted on Nate's personal Facebook page) The News broke today that Former President Donald Trump has endorsed Janice McGeachin in her run for Governor of Idaho. She joins Nate to discuss that endorsement. (11/9/21)


    Janice McGeachin on Trump Endorsement

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 8:33

    Idaho Gubenatorial Candidate Janice McGeachin joined Nate today to discuss her endorsement from Former President Donald Trump. (11/9/21)

    Where and How Do We Make the Biggest Difference?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 89:38

    There are vaccine mandates being implemented at companies across the country. Nate had a conversation with a guy over the weekend who asked: "Where can I make the biggest difference?" If you having to choose between your job and getting the shot, Where do you make the biggest difference? Do you need to keep your job to provide for your family, or is there a steady option waiting for you somewhere else? In other news, there is a group that wants Idaho to start licensing minors so that they can buy guns themselves. (11/8/21)

    It's Rant and Rave Friday!

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 91:59

    This Rant and Rave Friday our first guest was Dino Glascock who joined Nate to discuss a Toys For Tots fundraiser this Sunday. During the Rant hour Nate took your rants, and we heard Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachins rant that the Governor left the state without telling her. Congressman Russ Fulcher also chimed in on the conversation to discuss a vote that was on the house floor today surrounding the unknown funding for the human infrastructure bill. Finally we rounded out the program with the rave hour which featured the news that pfizer has created a pill that will help treat COVID symptoms in order to avoid hospitilization. (11/5/21)

    Congressman Russ Fulcher

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 10:49

    Congressman Russ Fulcher joins Nate to discuss the vote on the house floor on whether or not to hear the human infrastructure bill without any idea on how much it might cost. (11/5/21)

    Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 10:46

    Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin joins Nate to discuss why she is dissapointed in the Governor for leaving the state and not telling her first. (11/5/21)

    Toys For Tots 12th Annual Ride & Poker Run

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 12:28

    This Sunday (11/07/21) is the 12th Annual Toys For Tots Ride & Poker Run! Nate is joined by Dino Glascock to discuss what the everything event entails from the opening ceremony at High Desert Harley-Davidson to the closing at Quinn's. (11/5/21)

    Greater Idaho: The Bat Country

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 86:52

    It may be five days after Halloween, but today we have a conversation about bats. But before we heard your bat stories, Nate discussed the Greater Idaho movement. This week Harney County Oregon voted to join Idaho in the future. Idahoans, are you for or against counties in Eastern Oregon joining Idaho? Oregonians, why do you want to join the Gem State? (11/4/21)

    Election 2021 Recap

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 88:19

    Nate gives an election recap of yesterday's local elections and the key gubenatorial races in Virginia and New Jersey. Ben Ferguson joined Nate to discuss what those monumentous gubenatorial outcomes means for our country. Nate also talked to reelected Meridian Councilman Treg Bernt about the importance of City Council. And of course, we also heard your opinions about yesterday's outcomes. (11/3/21)

    Treg Bernt

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 10:50

    Treg Bernt, who was reelected to Meridian City Council, joined Nate to discuss why city council elections are important. (11/3/21)

    Ben Ferguson on the Nate Shelman Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 11:00

    Ben Ferguson joined Nate to discuss yesterday's election results from Virginia and New Jersey and why these races are monumental. (11/3/21)

    The Polls Close at 8pm

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 85:33

    It's Election Day and Nate asks people to give their over under on whether or not 22% of voters would turnout for the Ada County Elections. Canyon County opinions are not excluded from this radio poll. Dorothy Moon is running for the Idaho Secretary of State; She joined Nate to discuss why she is running. It's official, Idaho has now released guidelines on how to grow and handle hemp in the state. Just in time for the 2022 growing season. Governor Little has announced that Idaho will join several other Republican states in suing the Biden administration for their vaccine mandates. Nate has a listener email in with a roommate problem, Nate gets opinions from callers on what to do. (11/2/21)

    Dorothy Moon As A Candidate

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 9:47

    Nate interviewed Representative Dorothy Moon about her run for Idaho Secretary of State.

    Border Settlements

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 88:34

    There is an ongoing settlement that proposes that the government could pay up to $450,000 for illegal immigrant families who were separated at the border. That lead to a conversation about Trump border policies, and whether or not people would like Trump to run for president again. Idaho state officials have announced new rules for sales of rare bottles of liquor after liquor store workers have been harrased. Meanwhile some national vaccine mandates are leading to firefighters, police officers, and other important workers to be put on leave. (11/1/21)

    A Poetic Debate

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 84:19

    It's Rant and Rave Friday! To start the program, Nate talks about a poem that was handed out to a Weiser creative writing class. Parents held a press conference calling the poem pornographic, salacious, and obscene. Nate took your random rants and raves, and we get to hear not only a Bellevue report, but also hear from Garden City. (10/29/21)

    Restoring The Idaho Way

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 101:10

    Today Nate takes time to say thankyou to our local law enforcement after we have had several situations this week involving shootings and our local police have risen to the occasion to protect us. The Tik Tok Cop, Nate Silvester, joined the program to put the job of an officer in perspective for us and described what the stress of the job looks like. How do we get back to the Idaho that some of us have grown up in, and others of us have moved here to be a part of? Is there a way to return to the 'that doesn't happen here' community that we all love? Bonus Content: Facebook has changed the name of their corporation, and Sophie is triggered. (10/28/21)

    Federal Spending and Local Elections

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 91:19


    Congressman Russ Fulcher joined Nate at the top of the show to discuss a myriad of topics primarily surrounding the federal spending bill and the taxes that might come out of it. Brian Wiley joined Nate to discuss why it's a bad idea to tax the not yet sold stocks of the wealthy. Idaho GOP Chairman Tom Luna also joined today's conversations, where he discussed local elections across the valley. There was a video taken at a Charlie Kirk event that took place in Idaho. In the video Charlie Kirk denounces an audience members question that there would be a time to literally shoot people who are trying to take away our rights. (10/27/21)


    Idaho GOP Chairman Tom Luna

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 29:06

    Idaho GOP Chairman Tom Luna joined Nate Shelman to discuss local races from across the valley. (10/27/21)

    Congressman Russ Fulcher

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 19:07

    Congressman Russ Fulcher joined Nate to discuss national supply chain issues, federal spending, and the proposed taxes that would go along with the massive federal spending bill. (10/27/21)

    Boise Mall Shooting Updates and Conversations

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 97:27

    The shooter from yesterday's tragic shooting at the Boise Mall has died. Shortly after that news broke, we went live to a press conference where Boise Police Chief Ryan Lee gave updates about the investigation into the shooting. The two people who died yesterday have now been identified, one of which was a security guard who tried to stop the shooter. Nate discusses all of this and takes calls from you about the impact this has had on our community. (10/26/21)

    Boise Townsquare Mall Shooting

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 96:16

    Nate covered the shooting at the Boise Townsquare Mall live. We heard calls from people who were there, heard from Police Chief Ryan Lee during a live press conference, and talked to Trevor Faye from CBS2. Thank you to our First Responders, and our hearts go out to the families that were affected by today's tragedy. (10/25/21)

    Browns beat the Broncos!

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 82:23

    Nate starts of Rant and Rave Friday (live from Fast Eddy's) by sharing his big rave, the Browns one last night! Nate takes your rants, raves, and everything in between. He also covered the accidental shooting involving Alec Baldwin, the Chinese hypersonic missile, and on a good note Idaho's Covid numbers are down. (10/22/21)

    Dear In-N- Out Burger, ...... Sincerley, Nate Shelman

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 101:05

    In-N-Out Burger in San Francisco has been closed for indoor dining because they are refusing to check the vaccination status of customers. Because of this, Nate has invited In-N-Out to open up shop somewhere in the valley. Missionaries are being held hostage in Haiti. Nate asks the question: What should be done to rescue them? (10/21/21)

    Boise City Discussions

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 101:06

    Nate has a midweek rant about having to wear a mask in Boise City Hall to vote. Speaking of voting, Senator Jim Risch joined Nate to discuss HR1, the voting rights bill that was killed in the senate today, and how it would've changed states' voting laws. Steve Madden is running for Boise City Council in District 5. He joined Nate to discuss his race. Do you think that Boise will ever be a conservative city? The Boise City Council has brought up the idea of regulating short term rentals such as AirBnB. Do you think that is necessary? Micron is seeking government subsidies to expand which could benefit Boise. Does your opinion on government spending change if it could effect Boise? (10/20/21)

    Steve Madden - Boise City Council Candidate - District 5

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 25:58

    Steve Madden joined Nate to discuss his run for Boise City Council in District 5. (10/20/21)

    Senator Jim Risch

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 7:36

    Senator Jim Risch joined Nate to discuss the US Senate killing HR1, the voting rights bill that would have changed the way states' voting systems work. (10/20/21)

    Moderates Don't Listen to Talk Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 101:36

    There is an ongoing investigation into hazing at Fruitland Highschool where Varsity football players tied junior varsity players to a fence and shocked one with a dog shock collar. What are your opinions on this particular event? Do you think that hazing has a place in our society? Greg MacMillan joined Nate today to discuss his run for Boise City Council in District 3. Oregon is having issues with illegal marijuana grows. One county has declared a state of emergency and there are problems being reported related to water theft, slavery, and poor working conditions all related to the marijuana industry. (10/19/21)

    Greg MacMillan - Boise City Council Candidate District 3

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 27:41

    Greg MacMillan joins Nate to discuss his run for Boise City Council in District 3. (10/19/21)

    The Nate Shelman Show 10-18

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 97:24

    Dan Bonigno threatens to walk over mandate.

    Rants, Raves, and Idaho Representatives (and a Senator)

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 82:09

    It's Rant and Rave Friday, Live, from Blue Pit Brewing in Mountain Home! Nate takes your rants, raves, and everything in between. Throughout the show Nate was joined by State Senator Christy Zito, State Representative Tammy Nichols, and State Representative Megan Blanksma. While they each had their own topics of focus, they all discussed the ever so asked question, What will actually happen when the Idaho House of Representatives comes back to sine die? In the ligter fare news, Central District Health Board Members have agreed that they will not be reposting any social media posts from elected officials. Also, Representative Tammy Nichols received some flack for a meme she posted. (10/15/21)

    State Representative Megan Blanksma

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 10:40

    State Representative Megan Blanksma joined Nate today to discuss why Central District Health has decided to not repost any elected official's social media posts. They also discussed what the Idaho House of Representatives might bring up before they officially end for the session. (10/15/21)

    State Representative Tammy Nichols

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 11:28

    State Representative Tammy Nichols posted this meme on her twitter page, because of it she has received negative feedback. She joins Nate to discuss how this was not a call to violence against media organizations, but rather a call for people to understand why voting is important and to vote "well, good, and informed." (10/15/21)

    State Senator Christy Zito

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 21:48

    State Senator Christy Zito joined Nate today to discuss various topics to include: vaccine mandates, when the Idaho House of Representatives might come back into session, and article 5 of the constitution. (10/15/21)

    Dr. Ryan Cole - October 14th, 2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 33:59


    Doctor Ryan Cole Joins Nate to discuss why he has prescribed Ivermectin and how much he has prescribed it. He also answers questions to include: surrounding early treatment of COVID-19, what the Merck pill does, and should vaccines be given to children. (10/14/21)


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