Roundup: If He’s Found Mysteriously Murdered

Louise Slaughter, running for reelection in a Democratic-leaning district, really wants you to know her opponent, Maggie Brooks, is a Republican.

And criticized Brooks’ husband for his “patronage” job.

Top legal aides for both Eric Schneiderman and Tom DiNapoli were briefed on the details of Vito Lopez’s settlement..

Schneiderman, on the defensive, explained his role and criticized the settlement’s secrecy

Women in the State Assembly have largely declined to comment on the Shelly Silver controversy when asked.

Abe George on Joe Hynes calling for a special prosecutor, “Last summer Hynes said ‘I know the difference between a crook and others . . . So Vito is a good guy.’ Which is it Joe?”

In a followup statement, he said the move “demonstrates why a District Attorney must remain apolitical once in office — in order to protect the public from political corruption.”

Dan Donovan will handle the case.

The scandal shows how little has changed in terms of sexual harassment in the workplace.

Who was the architect of the “negrohood” error?

Chuck Schumer is losing his press secretary to SKD Knickerbocker.

David Storobin’s campaign benefits from the larger Russian community’s interest.

Mike Long was rather unhappy with John Boehner dismissing Wendy Long’s candidacy.

Karl Rove on Todd Akin, “We should sink Todd Akin. If he’s found mysteriously murdered, don’t look for my whereabouts!”

Here’s the entire amazing transcript to Clint Eastwood’s amazing speech.

NYT Op-Ed: “What the Chair Could Have Told Clint.”

Paul Ryan said it was Clint Eastwood being Clint Eastwood.

The chair was a surprise for Mitt Romney, who claimed to have found it funny.

The Daily News drew a fun cartoon on the topic.

There were other cringe-worthy moments during the entire convention.

And, finally, a little news on the home front. Roundup: If He’s Found Mysteriously Murdered