'Children of Men' somehow gets it right

by Jack Cashill -- In the book I am just completing on California, I came across a particular form of social myopia so widespread that I felt the need to create an more…

'Progress' triumphs in Kansas

by Jack Cashill -- The chief editorial honcho at the Kansas City Star had been in the mood to gloat. Along with her colleagues at the Star and her corporate kin at more…

Answers to OKC panel's questions

by Jack Cashill -- After a two-year inquiry, the House International Relations investigative subcommittee has announced that far too many questions into the origins of the Oklahoma City bombing of April 1995 more…

How the Grinch bedeviled Blueville

by Jack Cashill -- A few weeks ago, I was taking a walk through Blueville, the pleasant little university neighborhood in Kansas City where I live, when I espied from a distance more…

'Zoom climb' scenario falling apart

by Jack Cashill -- Slowly but surely, retired United Airline Capt. Ray Lahr and attorney John Clarke are prying open the can of worms known as the TWA Flight 800 investigation, and more…

Truth down the memory hole

by Jack Cashill -- For some reason they were nicknamed memory holes. When one knew that any document was due for destruction ... it was an automatic action to lift the flap more…

Protecting Clinton's legacy

by Jack Cashill -- This is Part 2 of a two-part series. Please read Part 1 before proceeding.Part 1 of this exploration led from the first World Trade Center bombing in February more…

The Path from WTC I to WTC II

by Jack Cashill -- This is Part 1 of a two-part series. Look for Part 2 tomorrow.TWA Flight 800 is the Rosetta Stone of 9-11. If we can accurately decipher the destruction more…

'Triple Cross' blows TWA 800 wide open

by Jack Cashill -- Of all the mainstream reporters writing today on the terror front, none has the cojones of five-time Emmy Award winner Peter Lance, author of the new book, "Triple more…

The downing of Rep. Curt Weldon

by Jack Cashill -- It was a real Cinderella story. When last heard from, Virginia resident Joe Sestak had been – in the words of the Philadelphia Inquirer – "unceremoniously fired" from more…