Bill Maine oversees all operations at Jacobs Media and hosts the "WDUN Morning Show with Bill Maine," weekdays 5:30-9 a.m. When not on the radio, you'll find him water skiing on Lanier, running, or smoking ribs on his Green Egg. Bill has been a part of Jacobs Media since 1980. Bill is addicted to peanut M&M's with no desire to reform. Email: [email protected]. Twitter: @BillMaine
United States Court of Appeals Judge Douglas Ginsburg joined Bill Maine on Maine Street to share information on Civics Awareness Month. Ginsburg also offered information on where teachers can find resources to aide with civics lessons at izzit.org.
Ed Moser is at it again with a look at another portion of Washington D.C. through the lens of time. "The Lost History of the Capitol: The Hidden and Tumultuous Saga of Congress and the Capitol Building" gives you facts about the Capitol you didn't get in your high school or even college history classes.
SS Nazi General Hans Kammler helped design and execute the Holocaust. Read the headlines of the day an you'll think he killed himself. Look behind the headlines with Dan Reuter and you'll discover a totally different story. Reuter spent time with us on Maine Street discussing this and other facts about Kammler found in his book "The Hidden Nazi."
Brad Tolinski and Chris Gill spent countless hours interviewing and just hanging out with Eddie Van Halen. They spent time on Mornings on Maine street talking about their new book "Eruption: Conversations with Eddie Van Halen."
Peter Navarro, former Assistant to President Donald Trump, joins Bill Maine on Maine Street to talk about his book "In Trump Time: A Journal of America's Plague Year." Navarro talks about everything from the vaccine to promoting more domestic production of goods.
Recently retired UNG political science professor, Dr. Douglas Young, releases his first novel "Deep in the Forest." When Elton Peabody has a terrifying experience with a mysterious bright light deep in the forest, his quiet Southern life becomes a bit less quiet. The event itself challenges Elton, but the reaction of those closest to him proves to be challenging as well.
Is teaching an evidence-based course on design and purpose in cosmology, physics and biochemistry the same as teaching religion? One group thought so and their threat of a law suit lead his employer to cancel a very popular class.