Elsewhere: Pearl Harbor, Elizabeth Edwards’s Passing and Barack Obama’s Announcement of Extending the Tax Cuts

Salon.com on Bloomberg’s jobs speech today: “Bloomberg is peddling pure, naked corporatism, masquerading as ‘grown-up’ non-ideological common sense.” 

Ben Smith says the mayor rolled out a  “heavily pro-business platform that largely mirrors the views of the Chamber of Commerce and other business groups.”

Are Obama and Bloomberg competing over the same space?

Albany uber-lobbyist Patricia Lynch was caught up in the Andrew Cuomo’s pay-to-play probe.

Christine O’Donnell: “Tragedy comes in threes. Pearl Harbor, Elizabeth Edwards’s passing and Barack Obama’s announcement of extending the tax cuts.”

Gregg Birnbaum is out as political editor of the New York Post.

Did people vote for Obama “to get more free stuff?”

Hakeem Jeffries is suing to stop the appointment of Cathie Black as schools chancellor.

Ned Lamont is unlikely to challenge Joe Lieberman again.

The Senate Dems are whacking the G.O.P over the closure of OTB.

A look at the political bind that Christine Quinn finds herself in.

Bill de Blasio does not like that Cathie Black isn’t sure if she would send her kids to public school.

 

 

Elsewhere: Pearl Harbor, Elizabeth Edwards’s Passing and Barack Obama’s Announcement of Extending the Tax Cuts