ACLU's selective indignation

by Jack Cashill -- Predictably, the American Civil Liberties Union is expressing "shock" that the Bush administration had authorized NSA eavesdropping on the overseas communications of hundreds of people living within the more…

What really happened
to AA Flight 612

by Jack Cashill -- The rumor mill started humming Monday morning, Nov. 28, after ABC Radio aired the following report: FBI and Homeland Security agents spent part of the weekend investigating the more…

Mirecki now mum
on alleged beating

by Jack Cashill -- On Monday morning, embattled Kansas University professor Paul Mirecki reported that two men who apparently did not appreciate his publicly expressed views on Christianity beat him on a more…

University kills anti-ID course

by Jack Cashill -- Moved in no small part by articles in WorldNetDaily and a few other online publications, Kansas University Chancellor Robert Hemenway effectively killed an anti-intelligent-design course planned for the more…

N.Y. Time's double standard
on 'wholesale deceit'

by Jack Cashill -- New York Times reporter Nicholas Kristof launched the Joseph Wilson-Valerie Plame saga in a bitingly ironic May 2003 op-ed piece. Using Wilson's trumperies about his mission to Niger more…

Did the New York Times
sack the wrong reporter?

by Jack Cashill -- In the world's newsrooms, truth is particularly vulnerable in times of war. Indeed, it is often said to be the first casualty. Historically, the media have deceived their more…

Engineer takes FBI to court

by Jack Cashill -- Graeme Sephton is a man on a mission. After seven years of effort, the electrical engineer affiliated with the University of Massachusetts has forced the FBI to defend more…