By Kami Klein
It seems that everywhere we look, the uncertainty and controversy going on in the world lives just beyond our understanding. Most of us try to grapple with what the local and national news agencies report, but many times they use their own commentary rather than actual facts. We are always trying to decipher and piece together the real enemy. It is no wonder that there will be times in which we turn our heads away from it all because it is just too difficult to comprehend. Here on The Jim Bakker Show, we know that it takes someone immersed within that world to understand it. There are truly amazing communicators who have blessed The Jim Bakker Show with discernment and experience, and they have the knowledge to bring perspective on what is REALLY happening in our world today. Lieutenant Colonel Robert (Bob) Maginnis, internationally known expert on national security and foreign affairs, is one of those communicators.
On Thursday, Sept 8th at noon, please join us on Grace Street as we welcome back Lt. Col. Maginnis back on our show. He is a regular broadcast partner on the Prophecy Today Radio broadcast and currently serves as a national security and foreign affairs analyst for Moody Broadcasting Radio Network and Salem Radio Network. He recently completed a year as a Fox News military analyst.
In his many roles, Colonel Maginnis has appeared on ABC, NBC and CBS evening news shows, CBS 60 Minutes, CBS This Morning, ABC Good Morning America, PBS Newshour with Jim Lehrer, MSNBC Equal Time, Hardball, Internight, and The News with Brian Williams, Fox News, The O’Reilly Factor, Hannity and Colmes, and is a regular guest on On the Record, and CNN’s Crossfire. He has been quoted many times in newspapers and magazines across the world such as The New York Times, US News & World Report and Time Magazine. Since 1993, he has written more than 500 articles, many of which have been published in distinguished newspapers and magazines nationwide.
In July 1993, Colonel Maginnis retired from an assignment in the Pentagon where he served as an Inspector General. He is an airborne-ranger infantry officer with an assignment history that includes Korea, Germany, Alaska, and several posts in the continental United States. He served in command and staff positions in four infantry divisions from platoon to division level. The colonel was the chief for the U.S. Army Infantry School’s leadership and ethics training branch. Colonel Maginnis’ service in the armed forces was commended with the Legion of Merit, one of the highest Army peacetime decorations, as well as with five meritorious medals and four commendation medals.
This is an honored man who has served the United States for decades. His voice is one we should all be listening to.
Lt. Col. Maginnis will also be speaking the evening of Sept. 8th after the show taping,beginning at 7:00pm on Grace Street. As always, admission is free to the public! Our evening program will be shown via live feed at watch us live.
If you are wanting an inside perspective from someone you can respect, you will not want to miss this opportunity to hear from a true American!