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Child Abuse in Lithuania
Political Will in the Baltic States: A new party is created in Lithuania, a country that hass een the emergence of an dedicated grassroots movement to protect children from abusers.
Parenting Trends in the United States
MaryAnn Stockton of Family Nurturing Programs Family Drop In Center will be on the program to discuss parenting trends in the United States, and how social services like hers advocate for parents and educate them.
Urban Gardening Tip:
How often should one weed and garden?
Quickened Gourment Tip for Singles
A very easy Caribbean Salad Dressing.
In this radio show, we interview Mr. Irmantas Naujikas of Neurotechnology, based out Lithuania, making this our second international broadcast. Neurotechnology is different from other Biometric Vendors in that they focus much more heavily upon the software side of Biometrics, rather than the hardware side. They offer Software Development Kits (SDK's) not only large scale fingerprint indentification systems for such applications as AFIS, but also for Iris Recognition, Voice Recgonition, and Facial Recognition. To make things even more interesting, Neurotechnology is also involved in the research and development of Artificial Intelligence, and various Robotics technologies. We will find out about this and much more from Mr. Naujikas in this interview, as well as their plans to remain competitive in the Biometrics Industry.
Simona Goldin, the gal behind Glow30.com, She's a mom to a beautiful little girl, a wife to an awesome husband, an online entrepreneur, and most importantly, a lover of all things healthy. As someone with a severe case of Hashimoto’s Disease – a hypothyroidism condition that affects weight gain, stamina, mood & fertility – She can tell you there is sometimes no outright cure to that illness/food allergy/weight issue affecting you. Desperation led her to realize that with the help of proper nourishment, She could reduce my symptoms without overdosing on medication (which often has side-effects worse than the condition you are treated for). It took several years of personal research, many different doctors, nutritionists and even scientists, to find the tools she needed to get a grip on my health through food. It also took lots of experimenting with diets, cleanses and juice fasts to learn that most of it is total B.S.! This blog and the Glow30 Reset Program is here to support and serve you. Her team and her will do our best to provide you with the juiciest info on healthy living for women. In this inspiring conversation Simona and I discuss how moving from Lithuania to America and from America to Malaysia had an affect on her health and wellbeing and how she overcame it through diet, meditation and being at peace with yourself and deciding to love the relationship with yourself and your food.
You can learn more about her work and get her free book at Glow30.com
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- David Benjamin
On tonight's show:
Deaths throughout Maryland from heroin are on the rise despite the efforts of the O'Malley/Brown administration to curb them and heroin use is spreading throughout the state. Can we expect more of the same to solve this problem?
The General Assembly's medical marijuana reforms are drawing criticism. We'll discuss.
From the Human Exceptionalism blog, Lithuania proposes euthanize poor people to save money.
For some fun, people love recycling so why not recycle some 1920's slang for our current usage? This segment will Hit on All Sixes.
World Footprints is pleased to introduce our partner, Pack for a Purpose. Did you know that just by setting aside a small space in your suitcase—5 lbs worth of space—that you could supply crucial education materials or simple medical supplies to children around the world? Our friend, Rebecca Rothney founded “Pack for a Purpose” on the belief that every traveler could have a positive and big impact on a community by donating just a little of their luggage space.
Then, meet our good friend, oscar nominated director Robert Bilheimer. Bob is using his gift of film making to raise awareness about social, cultural, and humanitarian concerns. His company, Worldwide Documentaries, brings to light the way the world is today—a world of small islands of wealth surrounded by vast oceans of poverty and despair. his films include “cry of reason”, for which he was nominated for an academy award; “a closer walk” which examines the global response to the hiv/aids crisis; and most recently “Not My Life” which confronts one of World Footprints causes--the tradegy of human trafficking.
Finally, our dear friend Edvinas Minkstimas, one of Europe’s top emerging young pianists, joins us today. Edvinas hails from Kaunas, Lithuania and made his debut at the age of 14 with The Lithuanian National Philharmonic Orchestra . Edvinas has won international acclaim and multiple awards including his most recent, the Belz-Parker Young Artist Award. In addition to his impressive musical career, Edvinas is also the founder of Global Lithuanian Leaders, a nonprofit organization that has a mission to support Lithuanians all over the world.
So far in 2014, the big lesson is what people have known for centuries; in Eurasia you cannot ignore Russia. The cliché is accurate, Russia is never as weak or as strong as she seems.
What do the developments so far mean not just for Ukraine, but for all the former Soviet Republics, slumbering Western Europe and Russia's near abroad?
To discuss this and more, for the full hour we will have returning guest Dr. Dmitry Gorenburg, Senior Analyst, CNA Strategic Studies, an Associate at Harvard’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, an author, and host of the Russian Military Reform blog.
Dr. Gorenburg focuses his research on security issues in the former Soviet Union, Russian military reform, Russian foreign policy, ethnic politics and identity, and Russian regional politics. He is also the editor of the journals Problems of Post-Communism and Russian Politics and Law and a Fellow of the Truman National Security Project. From 2005 through 2010, he was the Executive Director of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies.
We spend most of our episodes focused on music from the Baltimore Maryland area...after all, we hail from the mid-Atlantic region. Occasionally we take a trip into the whispy world of the paranormal.
This week was keep to our core of music, but step outside of the mid-Atlantic region to see what's going on musically in the world. Bev and Lee pack the steamtrunks for an excursion into the world radio marketplace. This provides a really good perspective on music in general, plus we will be featuring some real world-class talent. Genres and styles are fairly diverse, as we hear music from:
Chloe Charlemagne - UK
Alive Way - Lithuania
End of Mind - Seattle WA
Sara Kerr - UK
Frank Carducci - France
Watermelon Sugar - Brooklyn NY
Barbara Kiss - Hungary
Wayne William - Malta
Error Logic - UK
Painted on Water - Chicago
Nations Afire - LA
Natural Born Tellers - Canada
This is not a pre-recorded show, it's as live as we can be, so your call-ins are welcome. We'd like to get your perspective on the world's stage.
Missionary to Lithuania Bete Sue MacIsaac joins us for our am service. Her husband Bob could not join us however Bette Sue was a great guest and did a tremendous job describing how God called her husband and her to Lithuania. Great service, cool message.
This is the Second Coming Watch Sunday Roundup for March 9, 2014. On the Roundup we feature the top 10 prophecy-related news stories that happened this past week which point towards the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ and the end of the world as we know it.
1. U.S. fighter jets go to Lithuania as the crisis in Ukraine deepens. Poland talks about modernising its military. Latvia calls for more defence spending. And traditionally neutral Sweden calls for a “doctrinal shift” in defence. Some European countries near Russia’s borders are now planning to spend more money on defence as well as hoping for more NATO resources, especially in the face of Russia's assertiveness.
2. A Saudi Arabian newspaper is reporting that the Lebanon based Hezbollah terror group has established its own military airport in the Baal-bek region of of the country, near the Syrian border. The military complex, which now houses 14 Iranian drones, also contains several underground tunnels that Hezbollah operatives recently dug under Iran’s supervision.
3. The U.S. deployed six warplanes to Lithuania to bolster defenses in the Baltics for the first time since they joined the alliance in 2004, expanding the squadron to 10. Another dozen warplanes will arrive in Poland on March 10.
4. The United States believes there is no need for the Palestinian Authority (PA) to recognize Israel as a Jewish state as part of a peace agreement, U.S. State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki said Saturday.
POWORDFUL CONVERSATIONS: TONIGHT WED 12TH MARCH
Join me and Dr Vilma Brunhuber as we talk about the physical, mental and emotional impact of fibrods.
Dr Brunhuber has ‘earned’ her degree from the Kaunas Medical University in Lithuania in 1992. Immediately thereafter, relocated to the US, and for many years worked in the US medical field in New York, southern California, and New Jersey offices.
Dr Brunhuber has a natural/holistic approach to life and medicines...tune in and listen to her messages.
Join in the Powordful Conversation by calling Skype (347) 989-0370
On Program #219 Jon talks about:
Mother Michelle's afro being re-done to give her a more Beyonce-esque look!
Wow! Six F-15's to Lithuania! That will show Putin!
Left-wing Rutgers university say Condolenza Rice doesn't meet the standards of "exemplary citizenship" and other criteria to speak at the graduation in the spring!
Obama spends another hour wasting Putin's time pretending to be a world leader.
Each weekday at 8:00 AM Eastern, Jon goes off on the Democrat Left Wing in the country. If there is one thing Jon doesn't care for, it's anyone apologizing for the USA and talking it down. The regime does both at every chance they get - from the WH down the line. Honesty, integity, family values and love of country are words that the Left doesn't have in their moral code!
Jon is off the top many times and he does have a habit of ranting - going off on some tangent and just complaining, but Jon does offer solutions to the obstacles trown in our way to prevent us from upholding the US Constitution! It's a dirty word to the Democrat Left and if they hear it more than once in a day, they begin to foam at the mouth! They are a strange breed of people - Liberalism afterall, IS a mental disorder!
Initially training as a graphic designer he landed his first job in movies as an art department assistant on the James Bond film 'Octo' working for the legendary designer Peter Lamont. His apprenticeship carried on when he worked on 'IndianaJones and theTemple of Doom' under the dean of British Production Designers, Elliott Scott. It continued with 'Willow', ‘Legend’ and ‘Labyrinth’.Since then Tom has worked as Draftsman, Assistant Art Director and Art Director on both features and TV dramas such as ‘Saving Private Ryan’, Young Indiana Jones Chronicles’, ‘In The Name Of The Father’, ‘Nightbreed’,and ‘The Big Man’. After designing himself some 15 films and dramas he now Supervises features in between design jobs a on such films as 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy', 'A Good Day To Die Hard', 'Expendables 3' and currently 'Spy'. He has worked across the globe from Australia to Lithuania, from Thailand to Bulgaria. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Fil
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