Roundup: Fabulous When It Comes To Israel

Peter King says Mitt Romney never sought his endorsement, which, he says, speaks to Romney’s inability to connect “on a visceral level at all.”

Andrew Cuomo gave his most expansive comments yet about the 2016 speculation surrounding him, but still wouldn’t say much.

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton noted that both she and Cuomo and Marco Rubio “have ended up on some other lists this past couple of months.”

Political analysts are uncertain about Ray Kelly’s mayoral prospects.  

Eric Ulrich slammed Joe Addabo for what he called his gay marriage flip-flop.

Carolyn Maloney declined to criticize Mitt Romney’s wealth–or Barack Obama’s attacks on it.

Charlie Rangel was a no-show when Congress convened yesterday.

Suffolk County had the largest turnout for Mitt Romney yesterday.

A  30-member panel appointed by Cuomo to “identify and eliminate barriers to economic growth” will meet for the first time tomorrow.

Dov Hikind said that Rory Lancman is “fabulous when it comes to Israel.”

Thousands of New Yorkers are stuck behind bars because they can’t afford the bail.

A look inside Walmart’s slow, quiet campaign to break into New York City.

Can the Brooklyn Tech Center provide solutions to urban issues?

Pat Kiernan is moving to Williamsburg.

Barack Obama reads blogs (at least he reads Andrew Sullivan’s)

Frank Rich was never taken in by John Edwards.

So long Newt Gingrich.

What was likable, and not, about Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign.

Meet Eric Ferhnstrom: He’s not Mitt Romney’s brain, he’s his balls.

Mitt Romney is running on the economy, without specifying what he would do differently.

Blue Dog Democrats appear to be facing extinction.