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In addition to his work with Ingram’s, Jack has written for Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Weekly Standard, and regularly for the American Thinker and WorldNetDaily.
Within the last decade Jack has written six other books of non-fiction—First Strike, Ron’s Brown’s Body, Hoodwinked, Sucker Punch, What’s the Matter with California, and Popes and Bankers. Jack has also produced nearly a score of documentaries for regional PBS and national cable channels.
Jack has a Ph.D. from Purdue University in American studies, has taught at Purdue and at Kansas City area universities, and has served as a Fulbright professor in France.
Cashill writes some unique books. Surprised he doesn't make the Bestseller lists regularly. Maybe because his work is too real for the corporate press and the liberal... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jahana
Excellent analysis. However, the media will likely not take a bold stand out of fear (just like some of the people that helped Jack Cashill but wanted to remain anonymous). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kelsey Hannah
Very interesting book, easy to read, all the dates and citations are accurate. It is an eye opening book. I believe any American should read this book.Published 3 months ago by Monica Rico
A solid, often gripping, book that shows Obama to be the Lance Armstrong of Presidents. With some of the evidence, the author presents possible alternatives to which the evidence... Read morePublished 4 months ago by ButlinsSeltaeb
Jack Cashill contends that much of Obama's life story appears to be a wholly constructed fabrication and in this book, the author deconstructs to show the world just who Barack... Read morePublished 6 months ago by LARRY
I've read Cashill's books and several of his essays on this topic, and was already convinced by the time I found this video in which Ayers confirms everything Cashill said,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Desert Rat
I read most of Jack Cashills articles at WND and American Thinker introducing the themes of this book as he discovered them in real time. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jenny Hatch
The headline says it all... It is not an esay reading, especially the litterary analyses but it was time well spent.Published 11 months ago by Tamas Pattantyus
Sickeningly reprehensible RepubliKKKlan trash that no real publisher would ever consider publishing. It's tough for me to imagine how Mr. Read morePublished 12 months ago by K. Brevard