The Current Crisis
Brutal deeds unimagined by murderous dictators now are the raw material for Hollywood movies and for prime-time television.
All glory to Jimmy Carter, hero of the Anti-American Axis.
It says everything about Gray Davis, California's version of Robert Torricelli, that he's the one calling for his opponent Bill Simon to drop out of the gubernatorial race.
Comrade Patrick Leahy is no longer chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, but its commissar.
Then there are the Democrats, who will try to change the subject to the economy, though they have nothing to say about it that is true.
Sucker punches from Gray Davis highlight his anticlimatic showdown with Bill Simon.
Senator Torricelli is a political bully who uses political power to do what he is physically impotent to do.
While Davis bombards the state, Simon next Monday will have a chance to shoot his unpopular opponent down for good.
A once promising Iowa Senate campaign quickly going nowhere is given new life by a big dirty trick from the opposition.
Just as Gore once displayed snippiness by calling Bush ''snippy,'' so Daschle demonstrates partisanship by accusing Bush of it.