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Tuesday November 13th, 2018 9:42PM

LISTEN: Conservative free-market advocate defends FCC's "Net Neutrality" decision

By Bill & Joel
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LISTEN: Conservative free-market advocate defends FCC's "Net Neutrality" decision
Phil Kerpen, President of right-wing non-profit group American Commitment, joins the show to offer an endorsement of the FCC's recent decision on the "Net Neutrality" issue.
5:00PM ( 3 hours ago )
LISTEN: Author/nature photojournalist discusses new book from "National Geographic Kids"
Acclaimed author and nature photojournalist Brian Skerry joined the show to talk about the recently-released children's book "National Geographic Kids: The Ultimate Book of Sharks," as well as shark safety tips, fun facts and his favorite personal encounters.
5:00PM ( 1 day ago )
LISTEN: Policy expert on recently-passed legislation that aims to address the nation's skilled worker gap
Peter Murphy, the Vice President for Policy at the Invest in Education Foundation, joins the show to discuss the USA Workforce Tax Credit Act, which seeks to boost the country's labor force by encouraging charitable donations for things like community-based apprenticeship initiatives and K-12 educational preparedness.
5:00PM ( 2 days ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: Addiction expert talks opioid abuse among the elderly
Dr. John Dyben joins the show to discuss the disturbing trend of increasing opioid abuse among the U.S. elderly population.
6:00AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Travel expert talks things to do, see in Key West, Florida
Annita Thomas of Travel Bags joins the show to discuss the wide variety of food, sights and attractions that Key West has to offer.
7:42PM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Preventing pet heat-stroke during the dog days of summer
Dr. Marie Lance with the Lance Animal Hospital in Gainesville joins the show to discuss ways pet owners can ensure their furry friends don't battle heat stroke as the summer months come into view.
6:21PM ( 3 weeks ago )
Morning News with Bill & Joel
LISTEN: Author/nature photojournalist discusses new book from "National Geographic Kids"
Acclaimed author and nature photojournalist Brian Skerry joined the show to talk about the recently-released children's book "National Geographic Kids: The Ultimate Book of Sharks," as well as shark safety tips, fun facts and his favorite personal encounters.
By Bill & Joel
5:00PM ( 1 day ago )
LISTEN: Policy expert on recently-passed legislation that aims to address the nation's skilled worker gap
Peter Murphy, the Vice President for Policy at the Invest in Education Foundation, joins the show to discuss the USA Workforce Tax Credit Act, which seeks to boost the country's labor force by encouraging charitable donations for things like community-based apprenticeship initiatives and K-12 educational preparedness.
By Bill & Joel
5:00PM ( 2 days ago )
LISTEN: Paul Ryan's amnesty plan from the perspective of an immigration-reduction advocate
Chris Chmielenski with NumbersUSA, an organization that seeks to reduce both legal and illegal immigration to the United States, joins the show to discuss the amnesty plan recently put forth by Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.
By Bill & Joel
5:04AM ( 4 days ago )
Listen: Volcanologist gives update on Kilauea eruption
Ken Hon, a volcanologist calling in from Hawaii's Imiloa Astronomy Center, gives an update on the ongoing, long-lasting Kilauea eruption.
By Bill & Joel
7:59PM ( 5 days ago )
LISTEN: Medical expert describes the recently-released report from an Opioid Task Force
Dr. Patrice Harris, Chair of the American Medical Association Opioid Task Force, joins the show to discus the task force's recent report on opioid abuse and the progress made in the effort to reverse the ongoing epidemic.
By Bill & Joel
5:00AM ( 6 days ago )