Wednesday, July 20, 2016

KFI's Gary and Shannon Think the U.S. Military Budget Was Slashed by 87.5%

KFI-AM's Gary Hoffman and Shannon Farren think the Department of Defense's budget was slashed by 87.5% after eight years of Obama!

While the figure is absurd on its face -- an 87.5% cut would effectively shut down the military -- the two Los Angeles radio "journalists" accepted that whooper at face value during an interview with Chuck Mcdougald, held on July 18, 2016, at the 2016 Republican National Convention.

Mcdougald is the Western Region Director for Concerned Veterans for America. In short, he's an activist. It's his job to lie. And it's Gary and Shannon's job to catch lies -- especially when they're so obviously a lie.

Specifically, Mcdougald told Gary and Shannon that Obama had "halved" the military's budget (a 50% cut), "then halved it again" (to 25%), "then halved it again" (leaving 12.5% of the original budget).

In this brief clip, you can hear Mcdougald pass off his lie, which Gary and Shannon swallow whole.

And apparently, nobody at KFI (AM 640 in Los Angeles) had their brains turned on that day, because nobody rushed in to correct Gary or Shannon. During the following hour, Shannon repeated Mcdougald's whopper to KFI "political analyst" John Thomas.

Thomas, likewise, let Shannon's silly statement pass unchallenged (listen to the clip), indicating that Thomas too accepts Mcdougald's absurd claim.


Thursday, July 07, 2016

Tympanum Now Available on Amazon Prime

Tympanum is a sci-fi/suspense film, blending the old-fashioned "sense of wonder" of a 1960s Twilight Zone episode, with the emotional sensibility of a 1980s Steven Spielberg film.

Tympanum also won four Tabloid Witch Awards in 2013 -- Best Actor, Best Sound, Best Visual Effects, Honorable Mention.

And it's now finally available to the public! You can stream or download the film on Amazon Prime.