Beltway conservatives catching on to BHO?

by Jack Cashill -- Andrew Ferguson's much discussed review in the Weekly Standard of David Maraniss' soon-to-be released book, "Barack Obama: The Story," suggests that the Weekly Standard is almost ready to more…

Proud to be a 'Love Letter Truther'

by Jack Cashill -- In a recent column, I posited that Barack Obama did not in any meaningful way write the love letter Washington Post reporter David Maraniss unearthed for his new more…

How Sebelius judge saved Planned Parenthood

by Jack Cashill -- With her first appointment to the Kansas Supreme Court as governor in 2003, Democrat Kathleen Sebelius chose the proudly "third-wave" feminist, Carol Beier. It was a timely choice. more…

Barack Obama's Jesus gambit

by Jack Cashill -- Lost in the hubbub over Barack Obama's embrace of same-sex marriage was the president's offering of a bold new approach to the Gospels. In the "Audacity of Hope," more…

BHO's ever-changing story

by Jack Cashill -- Despite the claims made in the 1991 sales brochure produced by literary agent Jane Dystel, I do not believe Barack Obama was born in Kenya. But I do more…

Why Barack Obama got married

by Jack Cashill -- As Ed Klein reveals in his eye-opening new book on Barack Obama, "The Amateur," our current president chose to become a Christian for purely political reasons. "I can more…

Obama didn't write his own love letters

by Jack Cashill -- In observing the campaign of the Obama administration, a correspondent asked me whether we were watching some diabolically clever strategy at work or just "sloppy chess being played more…

How the Washington Post threw 2008 election

by Jack Cashill -- In late August 2008, Team Obama had to be more than a little worried about what veteran Washington Post reporter Davis Maraniss would turn up in his exhaustive more…

Why does 'Composite Girl' surprise anyone?

by Jack Cashill -- In a "Vanity Fair" online excerpt from his forthcoming book on Obama, veteran Washington Post reporter David Maraniss dropped the seeming bombshell that the white "mystery woman" in more…

The anti-bullying guru from Bizarro World

by Jack Cashill -- In 1958, to jazz up the Superman comic franchise, the publishers introduced a new character. Writer Alvin Schwartz describes his genesis: "I was striving, you might say, for more…