Tag: Politics

P.I.D. Radio 8/14/13: Trash Bins Are Stalking You

IN JUST the most recent example of how insecure our digital privacy is, we hear that the city of London has ordered an advertising company to quit using its wifi-enabled… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio 7/8/13: Virtually Real

A COUPLE in Philadelphia recently gave birth to a baby from an embryo selected through a cutting-edge procedure called “next-generation sequencing”.  This technology was developed to read whole genomes cheaply… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio 3/4/13: Sinkholes and Locusts

LAST WEEK had plenty to chew on for people who like a good dose of impending doom: As we prepare for the election of Pope Benedict’s successor, a 20-foot sinkhole… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio 2/4/13: Looking to 2030

AS WE enter month #2 of 2013, we discuss a new intelligence analysis that looks ahead to the year 2030.  It’s an interesting read — but from our perspective, mainly useful… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio 1/20/13: More Adventures in Africa

ALGERIAN SPECIAL forces stormed a natural gas plant in the Sahara Desert Sunday, ending a hostage situation that reportedly claimed over 80 lives, including those of the 32 militants who attacked… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio 11/25/12: Nearing Calendar’s End

AS WE head into the final month of the 13th B’ak’tun on the Mayan Long Count, we discuss the numerological fascination of some professing Christians.  Does God really work best… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio 11/5/12: Still the King

THE 2012 presidential election cycle is about to close. Get out and vote, but remember that, whoever wins, the King is still on the throne.

P.I.D. Radio 10/28/12: A Drone Again, Naturally

Regardless of who wins the United States presidential election nine days from now, our drone war against suspected terrorists (and anyone within an acceptable radius, from a collateral damage standpoint) will continue without interruption.

P.I.D. Radio 10/14/12: Who Goes Under the Bus?

AN INTERESTING thing emerged into public view last week during congressional hearings and the vice presidential debate: The State Department and the White House are playing a game of C.Y.A. regarding the deadly attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya. The question is whether President Obama or Secretary of State Clinton will take the fall.