'Expelled' goes easy on Darwin-Nazi link

by Jack Cashill -- Darwin critics know Ernst Haeckel as the German philosopher whose faked embryo drawings helped generations of clueless students accept Darwinism – "Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny" and all that. But more…

Feminism is bad for the environment

by Jack Cashill -- Thirty-eight years after the first Earth Day, our progressive friends continue their long, green march through the institutions. One doomsday scenario after another has fueled their anxiety and more…

Corrupted probe continues to reverberate

by Jack Cashill -- Lurking behind the massive cancellation of flights this week due to faulty wiring is the explosion of TWA Flight 800 off New York's Long Island in July 1996 more…

Behind Rev. Wright's recycled rage

by Jack Cashill -- On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of Waco, it seems an appropriate time to review the way in which Barack Obama's spiritual mentor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, more…

Time for Obama to talk about Ron Brown

by Jack Cashill -- In early December 1997, after 18 months of successful damage control by the White House, the black community in Chicago finally learned of the anomalies in the death more…

Hillary, why did you go to Bosnia?

by Jack Cashill -- As has become painfully normative, Hillary, the major media ask you all the wrong questions. The current controversy centers on whether you and your daughter, Chelsea, actually had more…

Hillary: Where were you at 3 a.m. July 18, 1996?

by Jack Cashill -- Predictably, Hillary, when the National Archives released 11,000 pages of your schedule as first lady, the media focused on the unenlightening and the inconsequential. Where were you when more…

What Obama needs to know about Camelot

by Jack Cashill -- Newsweek's antediluvian groupie/reporter Eleanor Clift titled her post-Iowa, Obama gush piece, "Reviving Camelot," and she was hardly unique in dredging up the analogy. Sen. Barack Obama can be more…

Why California homeschooling is in peril

by Jack Cashill -- Roughly 10 years ago, I set out to write a novel about the seeming small-potatoes tyrannies being heaped on the national plate with some regularity. I set the more…