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As I write this, it’s after midnight and instead of sleeping, my wife Elizabeth Dougherty is in another room listening to music.  She is “recharging” after yet another long day and recharging is the best word I can use to describe it.  I’ve learned over the years to give her …

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President Barack Obama launched a final push on Tuesday to persuade the public and Congress to close the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.  Despite strong opposition from lawmakers who do not want detainees transferred to the United States, Obama pressed the legislature to give his proposal a “fair …

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My Questions About the Death of Justice Scalia

I’m not saying there was foul play, but based upon what I’ve read, here are my top questions about the death of Justice Antonin Scalia: According to authorities, his family did not want an autopsy. When they made that decision, did they know he was found with a pillow over …

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Professor Joe Cummins – Dead at 82

Our earliest interviews on the topic of GMOs were with Professor Joe Cummins.  These conversations included eye-opening news that field tests were underway designed to deliver vaccines via genetically modified foods.  Professor Joe Cummins has lost his battle with cancer.  He was 82. This weekend on The Dougherty Report, we …

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Elizabeth Calls The US Embassy in Tokyo

Elizabeth Dougherty called the US Embassy in Tokyo to find out the latest in regards to her cousin Ric O’Barry.  Since we could not secure permission to record the call for broadcast, here is a transcription of that conversation.    (“ED” of course is Elizabeth Dougherty, “CAMERON” works at the US …

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Shame On You, Japan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OP-ED Elizabeth Dougherty and Michael Serio (No license for content, use at will, editorial license retained.) -Orlando, Florida No matter how long a person lives, there is only one pain that never goes away. It’s the unimaginable agony that a parent endures when a child dies, particularly …

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