Phil Hulett’s Father-In-Law was a member of the Philippine Scouts during World War II and was held prisoner for 3 and a half years after the infamous “Bataan Death March.” 75 years later, the U.S. Government is recognizing 260,000 Filipino soldiers who fought alongside Americans with the Congressional Gold Medal. Hear Lieutenant Colonel, INF, USAR Retired, Rodrigo L. dela Concepcion talk about the history and heroism of these Filipino men and how this rare honor came to fruition.
Plus, our favorite Filipino, Manny the Movie Guy reviews the Lego Ninjago Movie as well as Kingsman The Golden Circle and Brad’s Status. In addition, Phil, and his co-hosts, Kellie Sue Peters and Paul McCann, cover these stories: Equifax inadvertently sends people to a phishing website. A School Teacher steals the homecoming money for a gambling binge. Even though he is cute, plus-sized fans are outraged with Harry Styles. We’ll tell you why. Well help you avoid party shame by revealing which Halloween costumes everyone else is buying. Forget Walmart, now Whole Foods is a great place to people watch. We have the 6 things that drain your cellphone battery. And finally, is it a good idea to buy the iPhone 8?