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…

Woodward revelation
may be moot

by Jack Cashill -- Watergate icon Bob Woodward now finds himself in journalistic hot water for not sharing what he knew about the Valerie Plame affair with his editors at the Washington more…

Just whom does Joseph Wilson work for?

by Jack Cashill -- Former Ambassador Joseph Wilson is a man of many interests. Although some of these interests defy easy analysis, Wilson has surely done some extraordinary work to advance them. more…

Did anti-Semitism
inspire Joseph Wilson?

by Jack Cashill -- "The three most important groups who have been pressing this country toward war are the British, the Jewish and the Roosevelt administration." With that one sentence, delivered in more…

French intifada
targets churches

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: Jack Cashill spent a year in France as a Fulbright professor at the University of Nancy and visits often.The definitive French newspaper, Le Monde, reported deep more…

Media's protection
of Muslim rioters

by Jack Cashill -- The Nov. 4 headline of the online version of Le Figaro, a leading French daily, translates as follows: "After a week of riots, the violence continues." The next more…

Like Clinton, Freeh mum on Flight 800

by Jack Cashill -- On June 25, 1996, terrorists bombed the Khobar Towers, an American barracks in Saudi Arabia, killing 19 American Air Force personnel and wounding hundreds more. No event during more…

N.Y. Times continues to avoid TWA 800 connection

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: In his extraordinary DVD documentary, "Mega Fix," Emmy-award-winning filmmaker Jack Cashill traces the roots of Sept. 11 to the political exploitation of terror investigations by the more…

Situational ethics at the New York Times

by Jack Cashill -- "In the end-justifies-the-means environment I worked in," writes Jayson Blair, "I had grown accustomed to lying." As the reader recalls, Blair was the young New York Times writer more…