Nautical metaphors could sink Obama

by Jack Cashill -- A newly discovered anecdote from Bill Ayers' 1993 book "To Teach" solidifies the case that he is indeed the muse behind Barack Obama's "Dreams From My Father." In more…

Obama didn't write 'Dreams from My Father'

by Jack Cashill -- The emergence of a previously unseen writing sample proves all but conclusively that Barack Obama did not in any meaningful way write "Dreams from My Father," the book more…

Roots' fraud sets standard for Obama's

by Jack Cashill -- Writing has something in common with golf: to succeed at either requires a God-given talent and a great deal of hard work. And yet America is asked to more…

Obama's poems show real talent level

by Jack Cashill -- Prior to 1990, when Barack Obama contracted to write "Dreams From My Father," he had written very close to nothing. As an undergraduate at Occidental College, Obama had more…

More proof Ayers ghosted Obama's 'Dreams'

by Jack Cashill -- A steady attack on the white race ... served as the ballast that could prevent the ideas of personal and communal responsibility from tipping into an ocean of more…

Real author of Barack book: Why it matters

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: This is the final installment of a three-part analysis of Barack Obama's "Dreams From My Father." Read Part 1, "Bill Ayers' motive for penning memoir." Read more…

Deconstructing the text

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: This is Part 2 of a three-part analysis of Barack Obama's "Dreams From My Father." Read Part 1, "Bill Ayers' motive for penning memoir." Bill Ayers more…

Bill Ayers' motive for penning memoir

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: This is Part 1 of a three-part analysis of Barack Obama's "Dreams From My Father." "I picture the street coming alive, awakening from the fury of more…

Why Obama is mum about Harvard

by Jack Cashill -- On the surface, at least, Barack Obama's single most impressive accomplishment has been his 1990 election to the presidency of the Harvard Law Review. This position also provided more…