| Paul McGuire|| Radio host|
| June 15, 1978, North Adelaide, Australia|
The Breakthrough Manual, From Earthquakes to Global, Countdown to Armageddon, Ministering in the Spirit and Stren, Westward the course!
Debbie Schlussel, Hal Lindsey, Jonathan Cahn, Wendy Alec
Paul McGuire (born 1953) is a conservative radio talk show host, author, feature film producer and television commentator. McGuire is host of the syndicated McGuire Report, hosting it for over 10 years. He is a frequent guest on the Fox News Network and CNN. He is the author of 15 books, the producer of two science fiction films and has written columns for WorldNetDaily and NewsMax. He is also a professor at The King's College and Seminary where he teaches a course on bible prophecy. The History Channel did a three-hour special with Paul McGuire entitled "Seven Signs of the Apocalypse."
The Paul McGuire Show was a nationally syndicated radio talk show with a conservative point of view. Guests on McGuire's program included former President Jimmy Carter, Dr. Tim LaHaye, White House Press Secretary Tony Snow, Senator John McCain, Rick Warren, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, PLO leaders and Anne Rice.
Paul McGuire was one of the first radio talk show hosts in the US to broadcast his shows in both English and Spanish, in order to reach a large and growing Latino audience in Southern California. Paul McGuire frequently had nationally known attorney's and legal defense guests on his show including Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute, the Alliance Defense Fund, and John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute. In addition, Paul McGuire regularly had high level guests from the Defense Department, Department of State, and the White House on his program. In an effort to be balanced, Paul McGuire often had guests with opposing points of view on the show. Paul McGuire received the distinguished Excellence In Media Award from the Pacific Justice Institute at a ceremony that honored media personalities such as Paul McGuire and Fred Barnes of the Fox News Network.
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