Morning Read: Bloomberg’s Revenge, Hikind’s Memorial, Maloney’s Opening

Former congressman Vito Fossella has a new job at a Manhattan hedge fund “run by a high-flying, globe-trotting college dropout

Former congressman Vito Fossella has a new job at a Manhattan hedge fund “run by a high-flying, globe-trotting college dropout and former Austrian cop who hobnobs with celebs.”
Rudy Giuliani joined Sarah Palin for a Yankees game.
Is Palin running for president? (Dan Janison wonders.)
Stephen Colbert guest-edits Newsweek.
The New Yorker visited Queens public schools closed for swine flu.
Before her appointment to the Senate, Kirsten Gillibrand was told by David Paterson to call Alan Van Capelle and pledge her support for same-sex marriage.
Gillibrand’s favorite journalist is Greta Van Susteren.
Electoral-Vote.com says Gillibrand is more liberal than Russ Feingold, leaving her in good standing for a Democratic primary, and that Carolyn “Maloney’s only real case to the voters against Gillibrand is geography.

Morning Read: Bloomberg’s Revenge, Hikind’s Memorial, Maloney’s Opening