Shad Olson recently announced that his radio talk show, the Shad Olson Show, is about to experience explosive growth. In the first year of the show, the SOS Radio Network has been heard in Rapid City, Belle Fourche, Valentine, Nebraska and Sundance, Wyoming. The Shad Olson Show is now poised to expand to an additional 50 cities, with the possibility of another 80 in the near future. That would put the Shad Olson Show on the air in 23 states.
Randy Wilson, Field Director for Church Ministries with the Family Research Council, was in Rapid City yesterday for the Black Hills Ministry Leader Luncheon sponsored by the Family Heritage Alliance. While he was in town, Shad Olson of the Shad Olson Show interviewed Wilson in his studio. They talked about one of the themes that came up at the ministry leader luncheon: the abdication by the church of its role in being the conscience of the culture, and how that is affecting America’s present and future.
About a year and a half ago, Kitty Werthmann of the Eagle Forum in South Dakota spoke in Rapid City about her experiences growing up in Nazi-controlled Austria. Her presentation was entitled “Socialism vs Freedom.” She has since been sought out by the Sean Hannity Show and Glenn Beck program for interviews. Now area radio talk show host Shad Olson is working on a documentary featuring Werthmann. It is called “America at Risk” and you wont’ want to miss it.
Radio talk show host Shad Olson and I recently discussed on KLMP the continuing resolutions being passed by the U.S. House and how we felt about support for those bills from Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD). It seems some Tea Party patriots across the country are getting pretty impatient with the fiscal conservatives they thought they elected back in November, and are already talking about running a 2012 primary challenger against the people they just helped get elected.
Many of you have probably noticed already, but the Shad Olson Show on KIMM has moved ot 6:00 pm. He is also close to concluding negotiations to break into new markets that will drastically increase the coverage and exposure of the SOS Radio Network. Be sure to tune in to the most unique and hard-hitting radio show in western South Dakota.