November 5, 2016: Host William Kern and Professor Hrvoje Morich of the Tecnológico de Monterrey discuss what it’s like to be an American living in Mexico, what Mexicans think of the U.S. presidential race, El Chapo, the drug war, Donald Trump, and the fact that the United States took half of their country. Kern also urged Americans to spend part of their lives living abroad – for the good of themselves and the nation.
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William Kern, founder of www.worldmeets.us, is the inventor of trans-copyediting, a system for checking the accuracy of translated copy into multiple languages. Since 2005, managing a team of dedicated volunteer translators, Kern has edited, packaged and posted thousands of columns of news and opinion about America from publications around the world and from every major language, including Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Swedish, Spanish, Hungarian and Farsi. From the height of the Iraq war to the annexation of Crimea right up to today, Kern and his team have provided intelligence to the American people by opening up a whole new media world.
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