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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Why Ray Epps Matters

September 29, 2022 American Greatness

or those who do not know who Ray Epps is and why he matters—and this includes most Democrats and many journalists—U.S. Representative Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) served up a handy reference guide last

Why was the most conspicuous J-6 “insurrectionist” not arrested?

week. Gosar did this in the form of a resolution of inquiry (ROI) directing Attorney General Merrick Garland to hand over all documents relevant to the Epps case within 14 days.

“Multiple videos show Ray Epps repeatedly urging crowds of people in Washington, D.C. on January 5 and January 6, 2021, to go to the United States Capitol and breach the building,“ Gosar explained. “Epps is the one person seen on video directing people towards the Capitol seconds before violence broke out, yet he has never been arrested or charged with any crime while more than 800 others have and countless more remained jailed.”

During a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday of last week, Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) went into more detail, showing numerous video clips and citing Epps’ own admission, captured on video, “I’ll probably go to jail for this. I’ll probably be arrested.” Epps had good reason to worry. In his red Trump hat and camo gear, a head taller than those around him, Epps was the most conspicuous of all the January 6 protestors. In fact, he was the only one caught on camera urging others to “go in to the Capitol,” which he did repeatedly on January 5. So suspicious was his behavior that his fellow protestors chanted “no, no, no” and “Fed, Fed, Fed,” over one of his many exhortations.

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Italian election was a win in the REAL World War III

WND

The days of beheading Christopher Columbus statues may be over.

War has engulfed the Western world, a cold war at this stage, but a war nonetheless. What makes this war different from any that preceded it is that alliances are joined not between nations but between peoples of those nations. The sides are drawn. The globalists have the resources. The nationalists have the will, and they also have a new heroine.

In the space of just a few days Italy’s Prime Minister-elect Giorgia Meloni has emerged as an international conservative superstar. A fiery Meloni speech has already attracted nearly 20 million viewers, the great majority of whom had not even heard of her a week ago.

“They attack national identity,” she said as translated. “They attack religious identity. They attack gender identity. They attack family identity.” The reason “they” do this, Meloni continued, is to make the individual “the perfect consumer.” Rarely has a political figure defined what a conservative does so precisely: “We will defend God, country and family,” said Meloni. “We will do it to defend our freedom.” Conservatives conserve.

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Did the FBI Finally Go Too Far?

September 26, 2022 American Thinker

On reading about the Saturday arrest of pro-life activist Mark Houck, I thought the author at this alternative site had to be exaggerating. It struck me as beyond belief that two dozen or so armed FBI agents would swarm the house of a Catholic father of seven, rifles drawn, and arrest him in front of his weeping children for anything short of murder.

I have had to recalibrate my belief system. The “crime” fell quite a bit short of murder. On October 13, 2021, Houck brought his 12-year-old son with him for his weekly sidewalk counseling outside of a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Philadelphia. A volunteer escort at the abortion clinic reportedly called Houck’s son a “fag” among other insults and threatened him. Houck pushed the man away from his son, and the man fell. Houck, the founder of an organization that promotes Christian virtue among men, was not charged with a crime.

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Say his name: Cayler Ellingson

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“Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic,” President Joe Biden warned America last month. Last week, Democratic Rep. Tim

Words have consequences

Ryan, running for U.S. Senate in Ohio, offered his opinion on what should be done about those who allegedly threaten the republic. As to “the extremists we are dealing with every day,” said Ryan, “We’ve got to kill and confront that movement.”

North Dakota man Shannon Brandt, 41, appears to have taken Biden’s warning and Ryan’s marching orders to heart. In the early morning hours Sunday, Brandt intentionally ran over 18-year-old Cayler Ellingson in his SUV following a political argument at a street dance. As reported in the Valley News, a North Dakota publication, “Brandt told State Radio that the pedestrian was part of a Republican extremist group and that he was afraid they were ‘coming to get him.'”

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