July 6, 2016
By RYAN WICKER As several audits by the State Comptroller have shown, the 2011 state advertising contract for the “New York Open for Business Marketing Initiative” is not producing quantifiable results. State Senator Terrence Murphy now says that the advertising contract should be suspended until the state enacts the corrective action plan proposed by the Comptroller and terminated if those conditions are not met. “The way to show we’re open for business is by reducing New York’s burdensome regulations and cutting taxes, not buying television Commercials,” Senator Murphy said.
October 26, 2018
By Rick Manning More than 100,000 Texans RSVP’d for tickets for the Donald Trump-Ted Cruz rally in Houston, with thousands waiting in line for a day to get inside the venue. While the arena held about 18,000, a similar number tailgated outside, viewing the rally on big screens much like big sporting event viewing parties held outside of stadiums to accommodate fans without tickets. Senator Cruz’ opponent, Representative Robert O’Rourke, was praying for a typical low mid-term turnout to help him upset conservative icon Cruz.
December 7, 2015
By THE OLD BAG ANDREA TANTAROS – One of the naturally brightest cable news personalities, the Fox News Channel host has consistently denounced Planned Parenthood as an “abortion group.” In speaking about this horrific organization – which is taxpayer funded – Tantaros has correctly asserted that it is a “crock” that women will suffer upon PP’s defunding. She has used intellectually-charged dialogue to lambaste this abortion factory, and also fun words such as “ick” when referring to it.
July 1, 2016
By RYAN WICKER Libraries are important to the overall quality of life in our communities. They are places to explore, discover and engage. To help enhance their services, Senator Terrence Murphy is pleased to announce that four libraries in the 40th Senate District have been awarded more than $144,000 in public library construction funds from the State Aid for Library Construction Program.
February 13, 2018
By NATALIA CASTRO The stock market has caught national attention the past couple weeks for its extraordinary volatility, but for many economists, this volatility is not surprising at all, it is part of a correcting period. The stock market seeks over time to correct itself following a period of excessive growth. The constant question for investors is whether this correction is emblematic of a long-term economic cause for concern or a natural, temporary readjustment to a growing and thriving economy.
May 8, 2020
By CANDY STALLWORTH Has anyone ever hit three grand slams in a single baseball game? How many people have climbed Mount Everest in an hour? Count the number of individuals who have: