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  • At this party, party loyalty meant less than Pitt. vs. Ariz.

     
    In case you've started taking that across-the-aisle thing too literally, consider this dispatch from Newday's Eden Laikin: Gary Melius of the Oheka Castle in Huntington threw a Super Bowl party for his Monday night poker buddies and more than......
  • Auditors: Ex-city HDC chief doled out med benefit 'favor'

     
    The head of a huge public city housing corporation -- appointed by Mayor Rudolph Giuliani -- arranged for health benefits for a board member who shouldn't have been entitled to them "as a favor," according to an audit report......
  • Paterson does material at Lippman swearing-in

     
    Polls or no polls, staff shakeups or no staff shakeups, Gov. David A. Paterson will keep on riffing. Carmen B Ciparick (left), who'd been acting chief Court of Appeals judge, turned to him during the introductions and as a......
  • Nassau Dem leader fumes amid GOP-Indie alliance

     
    At least one person who attended the Nassau Independence Party???s fundraiser Sunday described it as almost a Republican event. Every Nassau Republican who is somebody ??? or wants to be somebody ??? was there, including Joe Mondello, the county......
  • Comptroller warns school boards of pension pressure

     
    Speaking of the new pressure on labor settlements, State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli predicted Monday that the state pension fund would be down more than 20 percent unless Wall Street rebounds this month -- which means crisis-beset local and state......
  • Three for Tuesday: Liberty, stocks and pay-to-play

     
    In crisis there was opportunism. There was also panic at the highest levels. Which was the case after America was attacked? The Bush administration subsequently rescinded legal memos deemed "erroneous" that gave the president sweeping -- dare we say...
  • Plunge in poll puts Paterson in the danger zone

     
    Quickly, the question has become whether Gov. David A. Paterson takes a shot at election next year ??? or even has a shot to take. Yes, we have a long way to November 2010. True, Paterson has been making......
  • Speaker Shelly survivor: Others licked, he still ticks

     
    Just call him Assembly Speaker Sheldon Survivor. He could turn out to be the last pol standing in all New York State. As governor, Eliot Spitzer tried to threaten him but, of course, Spitzer is now gone. As Senate......
  • Democrats' LI Caucus: Ford in person, Gilli on tape

     
    The bi-county Long Island Democratic Caucus met Saturday in an International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers hall in Hauppauge -- and one of the more widely-noticed guests was Nassau Legis. Denise Ford, who's elected as a Republican and caucuses with......
  • Senate 2010, in a strange and volatile moment

     
    Early scrambling in the 2010 race for the junior U.S. Senate seat - now occupied by Kirsten Gillibrand - offers the best glimpse of the clashing ambitions at work in the state Democratic Party's nervous ruling circles. For her......
  • Comptroller DiNapoli first in releasing tax returns

     
    State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli is fond of saying he???s just a ???middle-class guy??? and that???s borne out in his income tax returns. DiNapoli, a former assemblyman from Great Neck, earned $152,613 last year, according to his returns made public........
  • Naked Ambition

     
    Which was the most fevered lunge for self-promotion by a power player? 1. State Sens. Craig Johnson (D-Port Washington), Brian Foley (D-Blue Point) and Jeff Klein (D-Bronx), announcing a proposal to restore the STAR tax rebate program ??? from a......