Hillary and her magical mystery tours

by Jack Cashill -- While Hillary Clinton recovers regally from her presumed concussion and its complications, rumors continue to swirl that she was injured not in a fall, but in a plane more…

Abortion, eugenics and Ruth Bader Ginsburg

by Jack Cashill -- In a recent article in Slate, Emily Bazelon attempts to purge from the record comments Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made to Bazelon about abortion a few years prior. more…

Can Ron Brown's ghost stop Hillary?

by Jack Cashill -- "The Hillary-in-2016 buzz has hit overdrive," the New York Times reported last week, and the awed Times reporter wondered what candidate, Republican or Democrat, "would dare to come more…

What happens when Zimmerman's acquitted?

by Jack Cashill -- "That man [George Zimmerman] carried a 9-millimeter handgun," wrote the New York Times' Charles Blow last April in a typically reckless bit of media disinformation. "That boy [Trayvon more…

My post-election anti-punditry

by Jack Cashill -- If not a ban, I would settle for a moratorium on punditry until, let us say, Jan. 20 of the following year. That way someone might finally get more…

How the Pilgrims saved us from socialism

by Jack Cashill -- Karl Marx had little use for America. From what he knew it was "pre-eminently the country of religiosity," and yet it seemed to be the one nation that more…

After the shock, disgust

by Jack Cashill -- After Barack Obama's victory in 2008, many a Republican tracked with the Kubler-Ross model of electoral grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. That sense of acceptance may more…

The suspect numbers coming out of Florida

by Jack Cashill -- In 2008, John McCain carried the state of Missouri by fewer than 4,000 votes, roughly one-tenth of 1 percent. This was the first time since 1956 that this more…