Planned Parenthood's Shreddergate scandal

by Jack Cashill -- For the first time in its inglorious history, Planned Parenthood is facing criminal charges. These originated with a case former Johnson County, Kan., District Attorney Phill Kline filed more…

Planned Parenthood's Shreddergate scandal

by Jack Cashill -- For the first time in its inglorious history, Planned Parenthood is facing criminal charges. These originated with a case former Johnson County, Kan., District Attorney Phill Kline filed more…

Key evidence destroyed in Planned Parenthood case

by Jack Cashill -- In an explosive revelation that could bring down Obama Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Johnson County, Kan., District Attorney Steve Howe announced Friday that a state more…

Barack Obama's 'weatherman quality' presidency

by Jack Cashill -- This past Friday, President Barack Obama used his weekly address to blast congressional Republicans for resisting his putative "jobs bill" now drifting around Washington in search of employment. more…

Has bleeding Kansas begun to heal?

by Jack Cashill -- At a large pro-life dinner in Kansas City last Tuesday, radio pundit Laura Ingraham's impassioned speech got most of the attention, but it was the seemingly casual remarks more…

Is America ready for a Boilermaker president?

by Jack Cashill -- In the spring of 1969, Herman Cain and I independently came to the same decision; we would start our graduate studies at Purdue University in the fall. Although more…

Covering up is what Eric Holder does

by Jack Cashill -- "I'm Winston Wolf. I solve problems," so says the professional fixer in Quentin Tarantino's oddball classic, "Pulp Fiction." In the film, Wolf acknowledges the problem at hand and more…

Who dropped the ball on 9/11?

by Jack Cashill -- In a well-produced audio documentary released on Sept. 20, independent producers John Duffy and Ray Nowosielski attempt to trace the 9/11 intelligence failure to its source. Titled "Who more…

Truth and justice commission for Kansas?

by Jack Cashill -- As Kansas fishermen know, if they catch a bass less than 15 inches, it "must be returned to the water immediately, unrestricted." It is forbidden as well "to more…