Midwest cooling silences media

by Jack Cashill -- The one season Kansas City residents dread most is summer. It typically starts early, ends late and gets very hot in between. The average high in July, for more…

The '96 Clinton scandal media ignored

by Jack Cashill -- Last week I documented some of the consequences of what Sen. Fred Thompson called "the most corrupt political campaign in modern history," namely the Clinton re-election campaign of more…

What Fred Thompson knows about Hillary

by Jack Cashill -- Barring the calamitous, former United States senator from Tennessee Fred Thompson will be the next president of the United States. Thompson's masterful use of the online interview – more…

Tiller abortion files blown open

by Jack Cashill -- Sometimes you have to go look for major stories, and sometimes they just fall right into your lap. This story belongs in the latter category. Based as I more…

Two faces of Hispanic America

by Jack Cashill -- Marcos Aguilar, principal of Los Angeles' La Academia Semillas del Pueblo – "Seeds of the People Academy" – has arguably done the Hispanic cause in L.A. more harm more…

The great media scandal keeps getting greater

by Jack Cashill -- James Sanders is stirring again. Two items have put the veteran investigative reporter – and my partner on the documentary "Silenced" and the book "First Strike" – on more…

Why DOJ is destroying America's best PI

by Jack Cashill -- Actually, Angela Clemente resists the designation "PI" – private investigator. The self-effacing 42-year-old refers to herself as a "paralegal" with a strong background in clinical lab work. Of more…

What the Army could teach our teachers

by Jack Cashill -- A few weeks ago, I wangled an eye-popping tour of the world's most fantastic school building, the Lewis and Clark Center. This is the new 410,000 square-foot, $115 more…

Obama's 10,000 dead: A symptom, not a slip

by Jack Cashill -- Our friends on the left show a truly mind-boggling indifference to numerical reality on any number of issues but none more critical than that of war and peace. more…