Roundup: I’ve Paid The Price To Be A Jew

President Obama won’t endorse Charlie Rangel, but he will endorse Yvette Clarke.

Unlike in 2010, Governor Cuomo won’t be going to Rangel’s birthday bash tonight.

Bill Clinton however called Rangel “my friend” and, in a possible rebuttal to Adriano Espaillat’s charges said of the congressman “Your energy never flags, your determination never wavers.”

Dan Garodnick, Steve Levin and Diana Reyna are fighting for brunchers rights.

The Village Voice did a six page profile of George Martinez.The Jewish Voice endorsed Hakeem Jeffries.

“I’ve paid the price to be a Jew; I deserve to be known as a Jew,” David Storobin told Hamodia.

Storobin staffed up his office and campaign with Orthodox Jewish operatives.

Tish James wants a crackdown on dangerous drivers.

Simcha Felder isn’t a fan of Charles Barron, despite kind words from Barron in the past.

Charlie Rangel and Sean Hannity get along fine with one another.

Rangel missed an event last Saturday where his supporters expected him.

Mike Long sided with Wendy Long on her charges against the state GOP.

Shelly Silver praised Grace Meng but stopped short of endorsing her.

Yvette Clarke officially endorsed Hakeem Jeffries.

Sean Patrick Maloney continued raising solid amounts of campaign cash.

Rich Becker pushed farming issues.

Do we really need more convention centers?

Christine Quinn wrote an op-ed pushing for a new homeless policy.

Streetsblog said that Ray Kelly is dissembling about accident investigations.

Sheldon Adelson will chip in $10 million for a pro-Romney Super PAC.

Mitt Romney should steer clear from baked goods.

The decapitated head of George W. Bush made several appearances on HBO’s Game of Thrones, but producers say it was “not a political statement.”

Colin Powell sang the pop hit “Call Me Maybe” on CBS this morning.

Be careful, reporters, when you call experts for comment and don’t use their commentary.