SYRIA HAS crossed the “red line”, according to the Obama administration. What does that mean? How deep are we getting in the Syrian civil war? And, though we hate to… Read more »
AS WE honor our fallen soldiers this Memorial Day, we take a look around at the world and wonder: Are we seeing tinder just waiting for a match? Anti-Muslim riots… Read more »
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.
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 »
AMERICA’S FUTURE depends, in part, on how it treats Israel. So says David Brennan, author of The Israel Omen and The Israel Omen II. Since 1991, there have been thirteen… Read more »
IN WHICH we briefly discuss the recent wave of TV programming that elevates the 16th century mystic to the status of prophet. Why are so many people drawn to these… Read more »
WE NOTE with some sadness that what many thought would be the beginning of democratic reform in Egypt, Libya, and elsewhere in the Middle East is turning out to be… Read more »
TOMORROW IS an historic day. The UN Security Council takes up the issue of Palestinian statehood. The Obama administration faces a delicate choice: Veto the Palestinian bid, approve it, or… Read more »