Paul McGuire
Paul McGuire

WHAT PRICE does a syndicated radio talk show host pay when he decides to pass on a network cable TV deal in favor of speaking the truth?  At the very least, you can kiss prime time and the New York Times bestseller list goodbye.

Paul McGuire hosted a nationally syndicated radio program from Los Angeles for ten years. He is the author of 16 books including The Day The Dollar Died, which deals with the planned destruction of the dollar in order to bring in a world currency.  He is 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 entitled “Israel and Armageddon.” The History Channel recently broadcast a special with Paul entitled “Seven Signs of the Apocalypse.”

In a freewheeling discussion recorded at the Prophecy Summit at Pikes Peak, Paul explained why he gave up a shot at cable news stardom to focus on educating people about the sinister supernatural forces arrayed against us.  You get a sense of why some at the Prophecy Summit felt that Paul may have been the most dynamic speaker at the conference.

This interview is one of about two dozen recorded over the three days of the Prophecy Summit at Pikes Peak, July 26-28, 2013. To see these interviews with all of the presentations from the Prophecy Summit, please visit our friends at Prophecy in the News.

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Download a smaller, lower-fidelity version of the mp3 of this show by clicking here.


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  1. Might want to check out your iTunes feed. This one is not on there yet and it has an error message come up when you try to download :

    “‘View From the Bunker’ does not seem to be a valid Podcast URL. Please check that you have entered the correct URL and try again.”

    Thank you for all the work you put into this podcast. I will be downloading this one from here today. 🙂


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