The President's less invidious style may explain why the Republicans are in striking distance of reversing the usual midterm results.
Californians have a right to know if their governor is a Clintonian crook.
For Bill Clinton's crowd, it's 1994 all over again.
Four years ago California's governor ran as a protector of the Golden State shoreline. This year he's running away from a record of protecting big donors from the state Coastal Commission. And he has the gall to claim his opponent is the corrupt candidate!
This midterm election year they're trending Republican.
A Republican without fire in his belly is not someone who'll help the GOP win back the Senate.
Jimmy Carter always smiled at the most inappropriate moments. After the latest from North Korea, he must be grinning ear to ear.
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.