Giuliani on Iraq, Streisand on Clinton

Rudy Giuliani is even more certain today than he was four years ago that invading Iraq was the right thing to do, and that he would have had he been president. [New Hampshire Union Leader]

David Yassky is officially making a bid to be city comptroller. [David Yassky]

A Niagra Falls judge has been removed by the Commission on Judicial Conduct. [Capitol Confidential]

Hillary Clinton has an HIV/AIDS proposal in which she reverses her position on needle exchange programs. [Ben Smith]

Today Clinton was endorsed by dozens of African American ministers in South Carolina, where both she and Obama are after the black vote. [AP]

And she is also now officially backed by Barbara Streisand. [Spin Cycle]