This was said in response to Dean Skelos’ remarks on the subject.
Shelly Silver said Fred Dicker distorted his position on the soda ban.
Erik Dilan was endorsed by the Jewish Press.
Dan Squadron saved a movie.
Bob Cohen has a television ad.
Some Democrats are lining up for Cecilia Tkaczyk for the new Capitol Region State Senate seat.
Council Members defended eating junk food while debating the soda ban.
Clyde Williams said he’s raised $350,000 so far.
Simcha Felder once supported New York City secession.
Tony Avella got the Independence Party’s backing.
Marty Markowitz made a renewed push for a Coney Island casino.
On Daily Kos, Kirsten Gillibrand defended the needs of hungry kids.
Bill Thompson called Mayor Bloomberg’s proposed firehouse closures a “sick game.”
Mitt Romney said last night’s Wisconsin results are a signal of things to come.
The hacker who accessed Romney’s hotmail account is sorry.
Obama’s spokesman on criticism that he hangs out with too many celebrities: “Two words — Donald Trump. Next question.”
Bill Clinton says he “didn’t have any idea” his recent statements may have undermined President Barack Obama’s campaign message.
Somebody formed the “Slam Dunks, Fireworks, and Eagles Super PAC.”
Politico suggests President Obama has been out fundraising “perhaps more than any incumbent president in history.”
A federal court found the Defense of Marriage Act illegal.
Nancy Pelosi doesn’t think the House deserves a vacation.
A gallery featuring some of the more colorful signs from the Wisconsin recall.
Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley had a cell phone blooper on the Senate floor.
The late author Ray Bradbury was a hero to some in the Tea Party.
Daily Beast blogger Andrew Sullivan gets your mail.