Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
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The Dalai Lama's Holiday Message... news
Dec 25, 2010
A Human Approach to World Peace When we rise in the morning and listen to the radio or read the newspaper, we are confronted with the same sad news: violence, crime, wars, and disasters. I cannot r...
Veteran Republican urges his party to respect science news
Nov 28, 2010
The stalwart folks at The Watershed Post alerted us to a recent editorial in the Washington Post by longstanding GOP Congressman Sherwood Boehlert of central New York, in which the current adviser to...
Audio Feature: This week in News for Rep. John Faso 20180710 news
Jul 07, 2018
Forecast for New York state politics in 2012 news
Dec 29, 2011
Here's a quick forecast of the coming year in New York state politics, courtesy AM New York's 2012 forecast. The legislative redistricting process is bound to set off some sparks. State lawmakers must...
Behind closed doors, Faso would defund Planned Parenthood; not on the radio news
Jan 28, 2017
Mike DeBonis in The Washington Post reports that a recording of Republican lawmakers meeting behind closed doors in Philadelphia includes Kinderhook's John Faso. Faso is quoted as being fine with cutt...
Audio Feature: WGXC Congressional Report 20181211 news
Dec 08, 2018
Here's the week in the news for Rep. John Faso (R-Kinderhook), the current District 19 Congressperson for the WGXC listening area, and Antonio Delgado, the Congressperson-elect. The Fivethirtyeight.co...
Audio Feature: This week in News for Rep. John Faso 20180724 news
Jul 20, 2018
Tuesday headlines and audio news
Sep 27, 2011
Senate reaches deal to avert government shutdown Jennifer Steinhauer reports in The New York Times that the U.S. Senate voted Monday, Sept. 26, 79 to 12, to approve funding for the government for seve...
Baer defends himself, electoral politics in Columbia County news
Dec 17, 2010
Art Baer, the Columbia County Budget Officer and Hillsdale Supervisor who was singled out by party chiefs for the county's GOP, Conservatives and Independence Party in a major public snit of late, has...
Some local representatives are pro-gun, others want some controls news
Feb 21, 2018
City and State reports about the public stances on guns of local elected officials. Rensselaer County Executive Steve McLaughlin is the most pro-gun local official, voting against the SAFE Act in 2013...
Large sturgeon spotted in Hudson River news
Mar 11, 2019
Joseph Spector reports at LoHud.com that researchers last June spotted a 14-foot sturgeon, probably weighing 800 pounds and 80 to 90 years old, in the Hudson River. John Madsen, a University of Delawa...
Presidential election changing local politics news
Aug 16, 2016
Presidential politics are busy in New York these days: A new Sienna Poll released Aug. 15 shows 42 percent of voters favor Democrat Hillary Clinton; 34 percent, want Republican Donald Trump to lead th...
Stuyvesant Dems endorse Serpico for town board news
Sep 01, 2015
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="200"] Frank Serpico in 2010.(From c-spanvideo.org)[/caption] John Mason is reporting in the Register-Star Frank Serpico, former New York City police officer...
Gillibrand says she wants to stay in Senate news
Oct 26, 2018
Chris Sommerfeldt reports in the New York Daily News that Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, asked at a debate Oct. 25 with Republican opponent Chele Farley said, “I will serve my six-year term,” when asked...
Chele Farley announces Congressional run news
Apr 10, 2019
Joseph Spector is reporting for lohud [dot] com Republican Chele Farley, who ran for the U.S. Senate against Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand last year, announced April 9, she is running for Congress in th...
Sullivan County opens latest NY casino news
Feb 08, 2018
Joseph Spector reports at LoHud.com that New York's largest casino opened in Sullivan County Feb. 8. The Resorts World Casino in Thompson replaces the Borscht Belt-era Concord Hotel and cost $1.2 bill...
Audio Feature: This week in News for Rep. John Faso 20180911 news
Sep 07, 2018
Thruway Authority board elects new executive director news
Jun 14, 2016
Joseph Spector is reporting at lohud.com Bill Finch, the former mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut, has been chosen to head the state Thruway Authority. The agency's board voted Mon., Jun. 13, to select...
WGXC Congressional Report 20200217 news
Feb 17, 2020
This is WGXC's Congressional Report, tracking the votes, words, and actions of Rep. Antonio Delgado, a Democrat from Rhinebeck representing the 19th Congressional District, and Paul Tonko, a Democrat...