Paterson got his second special session --
all ten minutes of it. The Democrats went it alone, and without Espada and the Republicans had no quorum to conduct business. (Why, it's as if no one respects him!) In fact, no one knows whether the bills "passed" in the chaos of yesterday's session are e ... More >>
Long-suffering Acting Supreme Court Justice Thomas J. McNamara says, all right, smart guys, I've had it (this is not an exact quote) and has dismissed the Albany Democrats' case against the Espada coup.
Capitol Confidential has the decision, which notes that there's no provision in the state const ... More >>
Poor Acting Supreme Court Justice Thomas J. McNamara, forced to listen to the case of the Albany Democrats and Republicans, keeps asking them to figure it out themselves, but they show no signs of breaking their deadlock. Since Hiram Monserrate left the Espada-Monserrate-GOP coalition yesterday, pu ... More >>
We have to wait till Monday to see what John Law has to say about the Albany coup: in state supreme court this morning, Judge Thomas McNamara said the legal dispute between insurgent Republicans, who say they took power legally, and displaced Democrats, who contend otherwise and wish to block them, ... More >>