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
State Senator Butch Miller joined us on Maine Street to talk about the budget that was passed out of the State Senate. Along with what's in the budget, Senator Miller talked about the process of reconciling the Senate budget with the one passed by the House.
Dr. Patrick Moore, author of "Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom," joined us on Maine Street to sift fact from fiction when it comes to the scare stories being circulated in the media. Listen to why this co-founder of Greenpeace left the organization and discusses what the real cause many of the environmental organizations are pursuing.
A handwritten note found in a box of Halloween decorations that were made in China and bought in Oregon pleaded for help. The plea sparked an investigation and another look into China's labor practices. Amelia Pang documents this in her book "Made in China." Pang spent a few moments on Maine Street sharing the story behind the book and offering ways we consumers can help fight forced labor camps in China.
Chris Simoes is a self-taught filmmaker whose latest film has landed on Amazon. Chris joined Bill on Maine Street to talk about "Bigfoot: The Conspiracy", how he became a filmmaker and why he Bigfoot has been at the center of some of his movies.
Jewish scholar Debora Dash Moore dropped by Maine Street to share details about the Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization. It is a comprehensive, ongoing project to build a collection of Jewish culture from around the globe. All materials are available online at posenlibrary.com