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Friday April 28th, 2017 6:02AM

Morning News with Bill & Joel

LISTEN: You're in a strange city with $25 dollars and 30 days to make more...GO!
Adam Shepherd was dropped in a city strange to him, given $25 and thirty days to earn accrue as much net worth as possible. The result is the documentary "American Dream". Recently he shared his experience with WDUN's Bill and Joel.
9:11AM ( 20 hours ago )
LISTEN: Dreamers, Deportation, and the Trump Policy
The Trump administration is trying to explain its intentions concerning people in the U.S. illegally. Mustafa Tameez, political analyst and formers consultant to Homeland Security, points out that different members of the administration have made conflicting statements.
5:11AM ( 2 days ago )
LISTEN: The Campus Rape Frenzy
Stuart Taylor Jr., legal journalists and author of The Campus Rape Frenzy, discusses the issue of campus rape and the campus courts that oversee discipline in such cases.
5:11AM ( 2 days ago )
LISTEN: Candy-laced drugs and how to get your children off drugs
Addiction specialist Scott WIsenbaker talks about drug-laced candies marketed to children and what families can do when they find their children have a drug problem.
5:11AM ( 2 days ago )
LISTEN: Gold and a change in Congress at the center of the Lost Order
Best-selling author Steve Berry joined WDUN's Bill and Joel to discuss his latest thriller "The Lost Order". Find out how the Knights of the Golden Circle were planning to take over Mexico and the Caribbean to establish 11 new states. The treasure they amassed for a second Civil War is still yet to be found. And what of a change in Congress that could make the Speaker the most powerful person in America? Interesting facts that make for the backbone of great fiction.
9:30AM ( 6 days ago )
LISTEN: "The Fix" is in for David Baldacci
David Baldacci joined WDUN's Bill and Joel to discuss his new Amos Decker book "The Fix". He also shared some insight on his writing process.
9:04AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: When scientific "aha" turns to "oh no"
Often what is seen as a scientific advance can come with its own setbacks. Dr. Paul Offit shares such cases including the discovery of the wonder drug "heroin" as he discusses his book "Pandora's Lab" with WDUN's Bill and Joel.
10:06AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: Getting social services to get out of its own way
It's not that we don't have enough social services available. It's that they get in each other's way often taking away the incentive to get off welfare. Erik Randolph of the Georgia Center for Opportunity discusses this issue and what could be done to fix it with WDUN's Bill and Joel.
10:00AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: What would the Ryan-Brady blueprint for tax reform really do?
Brian Reardon, former special assistant for economic policy and a staff member of the National Economic Council under President George W. Bush discusses the current Ryan-Brady blueprint for tax reform.
10:12AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: Heading off heartworms
Heartworm season is here and being proactive is the key to keeping your pets safe. Dr. Marie Lance joined WDUN's Bill and Joel to share tips on doing just that.
10:06AM ( 2 weeks ago )