Jack Cashill Featured Work

  • Unmasking Obama

    “The Fight to Tell the True Story of Failed Presidency,” Unmasking Obama is now available wherever you buy books. This is the fifteenth of the books I have authored or co-authored.

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  • Collaborative Writing

    Have worked very discreetly with some 20 authors on their books and have written the scripts for at least 20 documentaries, including the one above with Pope Benedict XVI.

  • Public Speaking

    Here addressing TWA veterans on the subject of my 2016 book, TWA Flight 800. This is one of my ten presentations on Book-TV, all available through C-SPAN II.

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The Utter Uselessness of Climate Change ‘Science’

June 19, 2021 American Thinker

As I have learned the hard way, the science behind climate change has no more predictive real-world value than the science behind

The high cost of heeding climate science

COVID. When put to the test, scientists cannot tell you what will happen next year, let alone next century, but that does not stop them from pretending they can.

This shrinkage theory made sense until it didn’t.  The “didn’t” period began about a year after shrinkage became settled science.  By the time  I made my decision not to build a wall in 2018, lake levels were back to their historic norms.  By the summer of 2019, even The New York Times noticed that the lakes weren’t shrinking at all.  They were growing.  For all my distrust of climate change activists, I did not suspect they could be proven so spectacularly wrong so quickly.

Apparently, the climate science of 2013 was not exactly “settled.”  Wrote the Times’ Mitch Smith in 2019, “The higher water, which set records this summer on some Great Lakes, could be part of an expensive new normal.”  Left unsaid was that this “new normal” fully reversed the old “new normal” from just six years prior.

Whatever the trend, climate change activists have been quick to find a new, scary rationale to explain it.  “Within about a decade, the Great Lakes have gone from record low levels to record high levels, a stunningly fast swing,” claimed the enlightened folks at the Alliance for the Great Lakes.  A quick look at the charts shows this claim to be false for each of the Great Lakes, but I digress.

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Trump’s Supposed Press ‘Scandal’ Is Nothing Compared to Obama

American Spectator

New book is available for pre-sale. Release date is July 6.

Big Media finds itself in something of a pickle. According to the Guardian, for instance, the Trump administration is mired in a “growing scandal.” Normally, this would be a welcome bit of information in most of the world’s newsrooms, but not so much this time.

Allegedly, the Trump Department of Justice (DOJ) engaged in the “secret surveillance of journalists and even members of Congress in the waning days of the Trump presidency.” These journalists have responded with “scathing condemnations.” From the media’s perspective, this would seem to be the best news since Brian Sicknick died, but there’s a catch.

As the Guardian acknowledges in an opinion piece by Trevor Timm, “Before Trump, Obama’s justice department did more to hurt press freedom than any administration since Nixon.” There’s a further semantic catch, but first a word on Obama’s record. As even the Guardian admits, whatever Trump did, it was small beer compared to Obama’s mischief.

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How long has the FBI been in the terror biz?

WND

In light of the revelations by Revolver about the likely infiltration by the FBI of the groups involved in the events of Jan. 6 as well as the FBI’s confirmed infiltration in the ludicrous plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, it might pay to revisit the 2016 plot to bomb a Kansan mosque and apartment complex.

In the way of background, in February 2015 CNN reported on an intelligence assessment, circulated by the Department of Homeland Security.

The report argued that the domestic terror threat from “sovereign citizen groups” was “equal to – and in some cases greater than – the threat from foreign Islamic terror groups, such as ISIS.”

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Why Flag Day ‘Disturbs’ Obama and the Dems

June 14, 2021 Front Page Mag

Named after journalist Michael Kinsley who introduced the concept, a “Kinsley gaffe” occurs when a speaker

New book is available for pre-sale. Release date is July 6.

“accidentally reveals something truthful about what is going on in his or her head.” Last week, the New York Times Editorial Board Member Mara Gay made the season’s most notable Kinsley gaffe in her account on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” of a harrowing trip to New York City’s eastern suburbs on Long Island.

“I was on Long Island this weekend visiting a really dear friend, and I was really disturbed,” said Gay live on MSNBC, where she is a contributor. “I saw, you know, dozens and dozens of pickup trucks with explicatives [sic] against Joe Biden on the back of them, Trump flags, and in some cases just dozens of American flags, which is also just disturbing because essentially the message was clear: This is my country. This is not your country. I own this.”

After Gay had finished recounting how she found “just disturbing” the sight of “dozens of American flags,” co-host Mika Brzezinski chimed in, “Totally agree.”

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