IT’S HARD to believe, but seven years ago almost to the day we recorded a program on PID Radio about the impending landfall of Hurricane Katrina. Now, we look at… Read more »
EARTH HAS a brand new country this weekend, the Republic of South Sudan. Forgive us for being skeptical, but we wonder if the push to convince Americans of the need… Read more »
IT WAS a surprise to learn this week that the Department of Education has SWAT teams at its disposal. Don’t worry; they say they won’t break down your door for late payments on your student loan. Is it unpatriotic to ask why the Education Department has weapons?
A NASTY fight in western Kyrgyzstan has destroyed the second largest city in that nation and forced 75,000 ethic Uzbeks across the border in Uzbekistan. We mention this because the… Read more »
IN THE WAKE of the collapse of several of the largest investment banks in the U.S., Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and the world’s largest insurance company, it’s worth revisiting… Read more »
WHEN Wall Street Journal columnist Brett Arends recently advised “Americans to start stockpiling food”, he was met with derision from the talking heads on cable news shows. But a global… Read more »
TONIGHT’S show illustrates what happens when you go against the wishes of the power elite. Paul Collins, co-author of the excellent book The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship with his… Read more »
WHILE the cable news networks fixate on the US presidential election, now in its third year, we take an hour to survey some of the news that’s been flying under… Read more »