10/07/2007 05:04 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

The Real Rudy

All year, many New Yorkers have been trying to tell their friends in other parts of the country that there's another Rudy Giuliani than the one they're seeing in debates -- the bully boy who should spell his first name with an "e."

Now they -- and all of Giuliani's critics -- are about to have a 55-hour treasure trove of material to work with. It's as if a revealing but non-legally-incriminating version of the tapes of Lyndon Johnson or Richard Nixon were out there for everyone to hear, hiding in plain sight before they got to the White House.

Read the whole column here.