Salon’s Alex Pareene points out Newsweek Editor-in-Chief Tina Brown has a cozy relationship with the commish.
Nydia Velázquez was endorsed by the RWDSU.
Ruben Wills stormed out of a meeting with Eric Schneiderman.
The leaders of the House Republican caucus will fundraise in New York City.
Peter King: “There’s evil people in the world. Drones aren’t evil, people are evil. We are a force of good and we are using those drones to carry out the policy of righteousness and goodness.”
After Mayor Michael Bloomberg vetoed a living wage bill, a Guardian columnist called hizzoner “no centrist dream and “a hypocritical rightwing nightmare.”
Grace Meng and Rory Lancman missed a lot of votes, but what about Robert Mittman?
Kirsten Gillibrand is on the rise in Washington.
It looks like Democrats will hold onto Gabby Giffords’ seat tomorrow.
Mitt Romney will go on a bus tour.
Congressional Black Caucus Executive Director Angela Rye said calling President Obama “cool” is one of many racially-charged tactics used by his conservative opponents.
Jeb Bush said his father, George H.W. Bush, and Ronald Reagan would have trouble “finding some common ground” and being elected in today’s Republican party.
Influential conservative Grover Norquist described Jeb’s suggestion Reagan would have been too moderate for today’s GOP as “foolish” and “bizarre.”
Is Jeb setting himself up for 2016 by pulling a McCain?
Which is a worse gaffe--Mitt Romney’s “hiring police officers” one or Barack Obama saying that the private sector “is doing fine.”
Have “normal people” heard about the president’s statement?
An Al Qaeda affiliate in Somalia is offering a bounty of 10 camels for President Obama or 20 chickens for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Who is John Bryson?
American Crossroads, a super PAC founded by Republican strategist Karl Rove, apologized after suggesting Commerce Secretary John Bryson was drinking when he had a pair of car accidents that were determined to be the result of a seizure.
The White House is “concerned” about Mr. Bryson’s health and his role in the crashes.
Conor Freidersdorf on the absurdity of the White House’s outrage over leaks in their drone strike program.
If the Affordable Care Act goes down to defeat, Obama’a first term may look pretty thin.
Political Power Couple Alert! Christine Johnson, the director of scheduling for Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren, married John Bisognano, the political director and communications adviser, for President Obama’s campaign in the Bay State.