8:30 a.m. The board of directors for the city’s Economic Development Corp will meet at 110 William Street.
8:30 a.m. Al D’Amato and Carl McCall discuss city and state government at Baruch College.
11 a.m. Sirius Satellite Radio announces they’re launching a station dedicated to Frank Sinatra.
Noon. Assembly Democrats convene for a meeting Read More
Al D’Amato may not have the clout he used to.
The American Spectator wonders if John Edwards’ game plan for using a win in Iowa to trigger campaign donations will work.
Andrew Cuomo hired Frank Hoare to work in the attorney general’s office.
Hillary Clinton and John McCain Read More
South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson is recovering.
The New Jersey legislature voted for civil unions.
Hillary Clinton had an expensive lunch with Al D’Amato and Ed Koch.
On Monday, Hillary will go on the Today show, and on Wednesday she’ll be on The View.
Howard Kurtz Read More
Pete King still contends that his son has never lobbied despite his inclusion in the state commission’s lobbying register as an “additional lobbyist” for Al D’Amato’s Park Strategies.
“I told you the other day he’s not a lobbyist, I still say he has never lobbied,” King just told me. “He had no idea Read More
Homeland security apparently runs in Congressman Peter King’s family.
King’s son, Sean, started working at former U.S. Senator Alfonse D’Amato’s Park Strategies lobbying firm in February. The firm represents several clients with multi-billion dollar Homeland Security contracts, such as General Atomics and Lockheed Martin. They have also made campaign contributions to Congressman King. Read More
When Al D’Amato was asked about the GOP winning any statewide office, he said, “You would have to be smoking that funny stuff to think that was going to happen.”
John McCain blames Bill Clinton for today’s problem with North Korea.
At a fundraiser for John Faso, Rudy Giuliani Read More
The city’s fathers of yore relived some of the good old days this morning when a remade plaza at Liberty Street and Broadway was christened Zuccotti Park, after John Zuccotti, the 68-year-old co-chairman of Brookfield Properties, which owns the plaza and several other properties nearby, including the World Financial Center.
Look, there’s Ed Read More
Latest predictable odd couple, if that’s not an oxymoron:
Chuck Schumer and Al D’Amato at a 1,000-a-plate fund-raiser at Mort Zuckerman’s Fifth Avenue home.
The object is to raise money for Montana Sen. Max Baucus’ 2008 re-election bid.
Which is actually what makes it curious. We know D’Amato will endorse a Democrat if the Republican’s Read More
The Daily News reports that Roger Green is set to announce his candidacy against Ed Towns in Brooklyn.
The Post reports Stephen Minarik disputes Al D’Amato’s praise for Hillary Clinton; and Tom Suozzi declines to team up with Mark Green.
The Times reports on the Yankees stadium Read More
Al D’Amato gives a statement to Maggie Haberman at the Post:
“I have found Sen. Clinton to be very responsive to the needs of her constituents, whether it is with local governments or individuals.
“Her reputation for working on behalf of her constituents, with both Republicans and Democrats in Congress, is well Read More