The 1st sighting of Barack Obama

by Jack Cashill -- In December 2010, during his first week in prison at Fort Leavenworth, U.S. Army Lt. Col. Terry Lakin met with his assigned civilian psychologist, who claimed to know more…

Obama's slick shift on 'gay' marriage

by Jack Cashill -- In November 2008, while a candidate for president, Barack Obama was unequivocal in his rejection of gay marriage. At the time, Obama told even the gay-friendly MTV audience more…

2 faces of Hispanic America

by Jack Cashill -- Note: This column first appeared in WND June 11, 2007. Marcos Aguilar, principal of Los Angeles' La Academia Semillas del Pueblo – "Seeds of the People Academy" – more…

A closer look at Obama Sr.

by Jack Cashill -- Sally Jacobs' new book on the president's father, "The Other Barack," tells us as much about contemporary journalism as it does Barack Obama Sr. What follows are some more…

'The Clinton Tapes' and TWA Flight 800

by Jack Cashill -- About once a month over the course of his presidency, Bill Clinton would unburden himself to Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Taylor Branch. Last year, Branch published the taped revelations, more…

Obama Sr. bio reworks nativity fraud

by Jack Cashill -- Following the lead of the New Yorker's David Remnick and the New York Times' Janny Scott, the Boston Globe's Sally Jacobs chooses to duck the truth about President more…

Obama Sr. 'adoption' memo raises questions

by Jack Cashill -- Boston Globe reporter Sally Jacobs has a book coming out next week on Barack Obama Sr. titled "The Other Barack: The Bold and Reckless Life of President Obama's more…

BHO Sr.'s revealing birth-date switch

by Jack Cashill -- Early in his 1995 memoir, "Dreams from My Father," President Barack Obama makes this innocuous remark about his father: "In 1959, at the age of 23, he arrived more…

Why Clintons kept mum about KSM plot

by Jack Cashill -- In his eye-opening new book, "Mastermind: The Many Faces of the 9/11 Architect Khalid Shaikh Mohammed," Richard Miniter sheds some new light on an old question: Why was more…

Senate: Vote no on Sebelius' boy

by Jack Cashill -- Barring the unforeseen, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee will vote along party lines today to approve the nomination of Stephen Six to the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of more…