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Mic Donet whom is a well known Artist in Germany, will talk to us about his music projects, and his latest Album, "Plenty of love" which includes his hit Single, " Losing You." His songs are very soulful and heartfelt. We will also ask Mic about his future goals, musical influence, and much more. Make sure you check out his website below.
He will join our studio conversation September 24, 2013 430PM CST
Mike and Joyce speak with Berit Eberhardt, Division head for Kidney Cancer at the House of Life (Das Lebenshaus) in Germany.
Das Lebenshaus is a non-profit organization providing information and support for those affected by rare solid tumors: gastro-intestinal stromal tumors (GIST), Sarcoma, and Kidney Cancer.
Berit studied economics and worked as a project manager in a global information technology company. Her life changed when her boyfriend was diagnosed with kidney cancer. As a caregiver, Berit got in touch with Das Lebenshaus and read and learned a lot about the disease and the various possible treatments. Unfortunately, her boyfriend died just one year after his diagnosis, at the age of 39.
Half a year after his death she began a patient support group in Berlin. A few months later she became the manager of Kidney Cancer at Das Lebenshaus. She has broadened her commitment to Kidney Cancer and is an active participant in global events such as the International Kidney Cancer Coalition and the International events sponsored by the Kidney Cancer Association.
Join Jared Pennell and Joshua Cool as we delve into topics far and wide. Tonight we have a special guest Brian McCollum from Germany. Brian is serving in the United States Air Force. Today the talking points include: The Ouya console and how cool the projuct is. Correlation vs causation concerning video games and how some people seem to think they cause violence. DISCLAI
Special guest John Ramirez
"Exposing the Darkness of Germany"
Tune in with your host, managing editor William Kern, to hear and discuss global perceptions of the United States: This week we will look at a review from Germany's Der Speigel of a book that shows John F. Kennedy's 'fascination' with Hitler's Germany; America's responsibility for fascism in modern Japan from France's Rue 89; news from Colombia's El Espectador that FARC rebel commanders have reached out to Washington in the hope that they will not be extradited to the U.S. if they lay down their arms; continuing global dismay with the Obama Administration from a number of countries; a new global initiative to legalize drugs from Brazil's Folha; the evolution of terrorism from Brazil's O Globo; and North Korea's decision to resume Six-Party Talks from China's state-controlled Huanqiu.
Worldmeets.US is a non-profit media project aimed at better educating the American people and creating relationships between Americans and people from other nations.
Long snapper Tremaine Germany-Byrd participated in the first ever South Carolina Collegiate All-Star Bowl Game, which took place March 23 at North Greenville University's Younts Field.
"They are in bed with the Germans, just like with most other Western states," German magazine Der Spiegel quotes him as saying in an interview published on Sunday that was carried out before he fled to Hong Kong in May and divulged details of extensive secret US surveillance.
America's National Security Agency works closely with Germany and other Western states on a 'no questions asked'-basis, former NSA employee Edward Snowden said in comments that undermine Chancellor Angela Merkel's indignant talk of "Cold War" tactics. "They are in bed with the Germans, just like with most other Western states," German magazine Der Spiegel quotes him as saying in an interview published on Sunday that was carried out before he fled to Hong Kong in May and divulged details of extensive secret US surveillance. "Other agencies don't ask us where we got the information from and we don't ask them. That way they can protect their top politicians from the backlash in case it emerges how massively people's privacy is abused worldwide," he said. His comments about cooperation with governments overseas, which he said were led by the NSA's Foreign Affairs Directorate, appear to contradict the German government's show of surprise at the scale of the US electronic snooping. JOIN THE DISCUSSION 424-222-5255