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…

Ben Stein smart-bombs Darwinian bunker

by Jack Cashill -- A rousing SRO preview on Tuesday of the new Ben Stein documentary, "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed," brought a Kansas City audience to its feet. And with good cause. more…

Can a Catholic vote for Obama?

by Jack Cashill -- Those who accuse presidential aspirant Sen. Barack Obama of empty rhetoric must have missed his speech last July, recently made public, to the benefactors of the Planned Parenthood more…

Hollywood's historical amnesia

by Jack Cashill -- I got about nine-tenths of the way through the Oscars this past Sunday without reaching for the remote – even the chronic Bush-basher Jon Stewart was well behaved–and more…

Did Clinton fix keep Hezbollah killer free?

by Jack Cashill -- A car bomb in Damascus last week put an abrupt end to the career of Hezbollah honcho Imad Fayez Mughniyah, a man responsible for more American deaths than more…

The myth of the 'black' Clintons

by Jack Cashill -- This past week, Hillary Clinton attempted to fortify her shaky campaign by hiring longtime confidante Maggie Williams as campaign manager. For Clinton observers, this suggests that the race more…

The Democratic war on science

by Jack Cashill -- Some mischievous soul at William Jewell College, a smart Baptist institution outside Kansas City, invited me to participate Tuesday in a three-person panel called "Science, Politics and Policy." more…