Learning to lie at Kansas University

by Jack Cashill -- Will Webber, the opinion-page editor at the University Daily Kansan (UDK), has emerged as the latest KU avatar of the old Soviet practice of "lying for the truth." more…

What Bill Ayers doesn't say in new book

by Jack Cashill -- In his new book, "Public Enemy: Confessions of an American Dissident," terrorist emeritus Bill Ayers tells the tale of his remarkably charmed life after surfacing from the Weather more…

Who's covering-up military hate crime?

by Jack Cashill -- On Sunday, Oct. 6, KIRO 7-TV out of Seattle ran a surprisingly straightforward story on an incident that happened the day before. Army Spc. Tevin Geike was walking more…

Zimmerman persecution survives shutdown

by Jack Cashill -- Those who feared that the shutdown of the federal government would curtail the continued persecution of George Zimmerman need not worry. On Monday, Attorney General Eric Holder assured more…

Aussies shine light on TWA Flight 800

by Jack Cashill -- In an utterly convincing 20-minute piece on the tragic fate of TWA Flight 800, Australian reporter Charles Wooley and producer Steven Burling have shown their American counterparts what more…

Zimmerman a ticking time bomb?

by Jack Cashill -- Here is the state of the major media in a nutshell: George Zimmerman makes national headlines for a speeding ticket and a divorce dispute while a critical state more…

Was D.C. massacre a hate crime?

by Jack Cashill -- Aaron Alexis, the former Navy reservist who killed a dozen people in Monday's Navy Yard shooting, no doubt had psychological problems aplenty. But evidence suggests that those problems more…

How Matthew Shepard anticipated Trayvon

by Jack Cashill -- An unusually honest new book by gay journalist Stephen Jiminez holds the potential to de-sanctify Matthew Shepard, the gay college student beaten to death by Aaron McKinney in more…

Pray for George Zimmerman

by Jack Cashill -- If there is any one person in America who knows what George Zimmerman has gone through it would likely be Clarence Thomas. In the fall of 1991, Thomas more…