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    “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.



The True Story of White Ethnic Flight from America’s Cities

I asked one lifelong friend, a Democrat, why he and his widowed mother finally left our block in the early 1970s, 20 years after the first African-American families moved in. He searched for the right set of words, and then simply said, “It became untenable.” When I asked what “untenable” meant, he answered, “When your mother gets mugged for the second time, that’s untenable. When your home gets broken into for the second time, that’s untenable.” In researching this project, I found myself repeatedly stunned by the failure of self-described experts on white flight to ask those accused of fleeing why it was they fled. The reason the experts didn’t ask, I discovered, is that they were afraid of what they might learn.

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The Un-American Inequality of Jan. 6 ‘Justice’

March 30, 2024 American Spectator

Like the Jacobins of revolutionary France, leftist elites in America were diabolically prepared to use mob violence to advance their presidential ambitions in the mad year of 2020. Indeed, the very first protesters at the White House gates the Friday following George Floyd’s May 25 death in Minneapolis were calling for President Donald Trump’s resignation.

Protesting soon turned into rioting. That evening, anxious Secret Service agents ushered the president and his family into an underground bunker. The rioting resumed on Saturday and grew more serious. Rioters tried to push through security barriers, damaged six Secret Service vehicles, and threw bricks, rocks, fireworks, bottles, and other objects at Secret Service personnel. In some instances, they kicked, punched, and threw bodily fluids at the officers. By Sunday morning, 60 of the officers had been injured.

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Why no gay golfers on the PGA Tour?


In 2006, Hawaii-born Tadd Fujikawa played in his one and only major golf championship, the U.S. Open. He did not make the cut. Today, his X page tells us he is the pickleball pro at Sea Island Resort.

Despite his humble career, Fujikawa does have one major distinction. When I google “gay golfer,” he shows up at the top of the feed. He is the gay, male golfer.

In two weeks, 86 golfers will tee up at the Masters. Last week, 144 golfers competed in the Players Championship. None of the golfers in either tournament is openly gay, probably not even covertly gay.

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The Regime Attacks Chauvin Defenders

American Spectator

In editing Dr. John Dunn’s report on the death of George Floyd, I became aware of the 30,000 words journalist Radley Balko has invested in attacking Derek Chauvin’s defenders. Balko spent nine years at the Washington Post. He has some clout. He has been using that clout — and his extensive knowledge of the case — to intimidate those who have just begun to open their eyes to the injustice visited on former Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) officers Derek Chauvin, Thomas Lane, Alex Keung, and Tuo Thau. This bullying needs to stop.

In the way of background, I have been tracking this case since the moment the Floyd death videos started circulating. What piqued my interest was this: I watched a police officer apply the same restraint just weeks before the Floyd incident. During that ghostly Covid spring of 2020 I was at my office in Kansas City’s counter-cultural district when I heard someone howling. People howl a lot here. (READ MORE from Jack Cashill: The Un-American Inequality of Jan. 6 ‘Justice’)

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J6 great-grandma heads to D.C. to face ‘an impartial jury’


This past Saturday I had the honor of hosting a small fundraiser for Rebecca Lavrenz, one of the 10 women I am profiling in my upcoming book, “Ashli: The Untold Story of the Women of January 6.”

Rebecca and her daughter Jennifer stopped by Kansas City where I live on their way to Washington, D.C. If the Sixth Amendment still holds in the district, “an impartial jury” will decide whether Rebecca is guilty of the misdemeanors with which she is charged.

Rebecca faces many of the standard J6 charges: disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds; disorderly conduct in a Capitol Building or grounds; and parading, demonstrating, or picketing in a Capitol Building.

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