Meet the Australian Anthony Weiner.”

The number of real estate developers slapped with subpoenas by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Moreland Commission now stands at five.

NYC Public Advocate Bill de Blasio is set to hit the airwaves tomorrow with the first ad buy of his mayoral race.

Kahr Firearms Group of Pearl River is the first gun manufacturer to announce it’s leaving New York because of the SAFE Act. (It is moving its HQ to Pennsylvania and plans to build a plant there, too).

Chelsea Clinton say she has given up on privacy and is now “attempting to lead a purposefully public life.”

Where would the former first daughter run for office – assuming she indeed is planning to do such a thing.

If the 2016 presidential New Hampshire primary were held today, 62 percent of likely Democratic voters would support Hillary Clinton.

According to the state Board of Elections’ website, actress Lena Dunham might not be able to vote for the NYC comptroller candidate she endorsed: Scott Stringer.

…But she insists she has switched her registration from “independent” to Democrat, which makes her eligible to vote in the September primary.

Stringer is “cool,” according to his well-connected campaign spokeswoman.

The ARRP called Weiner’s “grandpa” insult (lobbed at 69-year-old George McDonald) “unfortunate.”

House Speaker John Boehner dined in Binghamton last night, consuming pork Milanese and tipping well.

Assemblyman Al Graf plans to introduce a bill to repeal the recently signed LIPA reform act after revelations that the authority hiked rates 4 percent this month.

Onondaga County GOP Chair Tom Dadey disqualified himself from running for mayor of Syracuse when he officially changed his address to DeWitt on voter registration forms. The party has until Aug. 19 to find a replacement.

Test yourself on the new – and considerably harder – state English and math exams. More here.

The NY Post’s bar for printable rumors about Eliot Spitzer’s personal life is very, very low.

The state Business Council is likely to partner with others to bankroll advertisements in favor of New York’s upcoming referendum on casinos.

Will East Greenbush and/or Newburgh be New York’s first Detroits?

Businesses hoping for a bite of the $760 million in grants, loans and tax credits the state has set aside this year to stimulate regional economic development have until 4 p.m. Monday to file their applications.

Feminist activist Sandra Fluke endorsed NYC Council Speaker Chris Quinn, saying she has the “policy chops” to be mayor.

NYC residents may well determine whether upstate can have non-Indian run casinos, but will they have sufficient information to make a decision?

Chesapeake Energy has given up a two-year legal fight to retain thousands of acres of natural gas drilling leases in New York state.

(I’m late to this one): Andrea Peyser is taking a leave of absence from the NY Post, and she’s not the only columnist the paper is losing.