Tag: Wars/Rumors Wars

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.

P.I.D. Radio 9/18/12: Innocence of Muslims

WE ARE expected to believe that the trailer for an amateurish film offensive to Muslims has resulted in widespread unrest in the Middle East and the deaths of four Americans,… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio 9/2/12: A Post-Israel Middle East?

THERE IS never a dull week in the Middle East.  We learned that a draft report commissioned by the intelligence services of the United States recommends preparing for “a post-Israel… Read more »

P.I.D. Radio 8/26/12: Here Comes Isaac

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 »

P.I.D. Radio 8/12/12: Sharon is Back!

HER DOCTOR probably wouldn’t use the word “miracle”, but we have no such qualms. Sharon learned this week that the nodes found on her vocal cords two months ago are… Read more »

The Israel Omen

P.I.D. Radio at the Prophecy Summit: David Brennan

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 »

Avi Lipkin

P.I.D. Radio at the Prophecy Summit: Avi Lipkin

PRESIDENT OBAMA plans to bring millions of Muslims to America. That claim by author and former IDF spokesman Avi Lipkin will no doubt raise eyebrows (and possibly blood pressure).  Lipkin,… Read more »

Revelation Road

P.I.D. Radio at the Prophecy Summit: Bill Salus

ONE OF the takeaways from the just completed Prophecy Summit at Branson was a developing consensus that Israel is headed for war. The question seems to be whether it comes… Read more »