Weekdays 3 to 6 pm
Debate Day in Review
It is the day after the first presidential debate and there is a lot of discussion over who one the debate and whether or not there will be more of them. Senator Mike Crapo joins Nate to discuss his thoughts on the debate last night. They also discussed the supreme court nomination and the upcoming senate hearings. (9/30/2020)
Ain't No Party Like A Debate Day Party!
Today is the night of the first 2020 Presidential Debate! Nate discusses what we might expect from tonight's showdown. Meridian Deputy Chief of Police, Tracy Basterrechea, joined Nate to discuss an event that they are hosting next Monday. (9/29/2020)
Monday with Big Jim Smith (9/28/2020)
Big Jim Smith filling in for Nate today. He discusses a New York Times report on Trump's federal taxes over the past few years, the new SCOTUS nominee, and the debates. (9/28/2020)
Six Paychecks Until Christmas!
It's Rant and Rave Friday! Live, from The Lift on State Street! Nate is joined by Representative Megan Blanksma who sits on the board of Central District Health. They discussed what the future of BSU football might look like. (9/25/2020)
The Protest Playbook
In Moscow, Idaho there was a psalm sing protest held outside of city hall in which three people were arrested. Emmett high school is closed tomorrow for extra cleaning. The Fruitland football coach has been suspended for two games because he stole Weiser high school's playbook. (9/24/2020)
School: Striking Concerns
The West Ada Education Association put out a survey that asked West Ada School District Employees if the would like to take work action, also known as a strike. The Middleton School District is requiring students who have been in contact with someone who has the virus, quarantine for 14 days. Nate discusses whether or not this is overkill. (9/23/2020)