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  1. john f. kennedy
    David Koch Remembers JFK As Pro-Business, Doesn’t Believe the Conspiracies“John Kennedy was very supportive of American business. Unfortunately, our current president doesn’t feel that way.”
  2. party lines
    Photos: The American Ballet Theatre’s Opening Night GalaBeautiful people in beautiful gowns.
  3. the racie for gracie
    David Koch Is Getting Involved in New York’s Mayoral RaceGuess who he’s supporting …
  4. Frank Rich on the National Circus: Romney Neutralizes His Own Super-PACsMaybe old, rich white men won’t buy this election after all.
  5. stuck in the mittle
    John Boehner Cannot Make People Love Mitt RomneyDoes anyone have that kind of power?
  6. white men with money and opinions about underwear
    David Koch Has Thoughts on Marc Jacobs’s UndiesYes, really.
  7. New York’s Koch-Fueled Binge: Saltz and Davidson on Distasteful DonationsIs David Koch’s money good enough for the Met?
  8. occupy wall street
    Occupy Wall Street to Start Making House Calls [Updated]Probably not to your place.
  9. the third terminator
    Mayor Bloomberg Got $1.5 Billion Richer in the Past Six MonthsHe’s now worth $19.5 billion, ‘Forbes’ says.
  10. party chat
    David Koch Gives President Obama Zero Credit for Bin Laden’s DeathObama’s a “hard-core socialist.”
  11. hacktivism
    ‘Anonymous’ Calls for Boycott of Dixie Cups, Quilted Northern Toilet PaperThey’re both owned by the Koch brothers.
  12. what's the matter with wisconsin?
    The Koch Brothers Have a Hand in Wisconsin’s UnrestThe billionaire conservatives are pushing Walker’s anti-union stance.
  13. how the other .0000001 percent lives
    Protesters Arrested Outside Conservative Meet-Up in Palm SpringsPowerful people met up at the Rancho Las Palmas Resort this weekend.
  14. party chat
    Billionaire David Koch Had a Wizard of Oz–Themed 70th Birthday“It was absolutely over-the-top,” he tells us.
  15. gossipmonger
    Harvey Weinstein Wants Asian!Many of the items in gossip columns we suspect are exaggerated if not totally made up, but there are some that sound wholly true. Try to guess which is which in today’s New York gossip roundup!
  16. company town
    Horizon Strategy’s John Devaney Says He Is ‘Bleeding, Personally’ After Loss of Hedge FundClearly, he doesn’t know Daily Intel’s golden rule. That and more, in our daily roundup of need-to-know news from the fields of finance, media, law, and real estate.
  17. white men with money
    Jimmy Cayne and Richard Fuld Disinvited From the Billionaire PartyHow humiliating is it to be dropped off Forbes’ annual list of the world’s billionaires? Just ask Jimmy Cayne and Lehman Brothers’ Richard Fuld. Cayne, who stepped down from Bear Stearns earlier this year, and Fuld, who it was just announced raked in a paltry $40 million in 2007, were notably absent from this year’s list, which was released yesterday. Does this mean they will be turned away from Steve Schwarzman’s next birthday party? Will it be like, I’m sorry, sirs. Only billionaires are allowed here? If that’s the case, it’s going to be a pretty small crowd, unless Schwarzie plans to hold his fiesta in Moscow. This year, the Russian capital eclipsed New York in the amount of billionaires per capita: We have only 71, with an average net worth of $3.3 billion each, whereas in Russia, 74 billionaires, with an average net worth of $5.9 billion each, are whooping it up with the caviar blini. So other than deadbeats Fuld and Cayne, who else is keeping us down?
  18. in other news
    64 New Yorkers Make ‘Forbes’ 400You haven’t, by any chance, been feeling rich lately, have you? Sort of feeling a little bit smug that the burst of the real-estate bubble won’t splatter all over you? At least a little bit excited that in November, your every-other-Friday paycheck will come three times instead of twice? Well, just in time for all that, Forbes has released its annual list of the 400 richest people in America. And guess what? Sixty-four of them are New Yorkers! The top 100 billionaires, in fact, include household (okay, apartment-hold) names like shareholder activist Carl Icahn, Revlon CEO Ron Perelman, designer Ralph Lauren, Condé Nast chairman Si Newhouse … oh yeah, and Mayor Bloomberg, who at $11.5 billion is America’s 25th richest man. According to Forbes, he more than doubled his wealth from last year, which was enough to leapfrog over rival media magnate Rupert Murdoch in the ranks.
  19. gossipmonger
    Jacko PornoMichael Jackson is trying to reclaim a trove of Jacko memorabilia set to be auctioned off this month, some of which is pornographic in nature. Lindsay Lohan and “boyfriend” Calum Best got into a shouting match at the Soho Grand. Jerry Hall called Mick Jagger cheap. Billionaire David Koch boasted that he had graduated college when his wife was only six weeks old. The Office star Jenna Fischer slipped and fractured four bones in her back at Buddakan, but she’s okay now. Charles Barkley thinks Don Imus should just have been suspended, not fired. Top Chef contestant Sam Talbot backed out of his deal to open a gastropub on the Lower East Side.