Amidst a budget shortfall, the governor's race in Texas looks to be a battle over taxes and spending.
In dealing with jihadism, the administration's "psycho-pathological feeling of omnipotence" threatens to get us all killed.
And more than a soupçon of self-deception, as well.
A popular U.S. senator and an incumbent governor headline a close race, but a feisty conservative activist is gaining ground. (And don't miss "Roger L. Simon Shooting with Gov. Rick Perry.")
Candidates have dispatched the speech police to seek out infractions by their opponents. Good thing no one has used the word "niggardly."
Barack Obama's central theme of wish fulfillment amounts to nothing without an accompanying call for hard work to make the wishes come true.