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ARE ANTIDEPRESSANTS ARE A PRESCRIPTION FOR MASS SHOOTINGS?

A John Madden Football Tournament in Jacksonville ended with gunfire that left three dead. 24 year-old David Katz, had a long history of mental instability treated with various medications. As in the recent school shootings where the gunman was treated anti-depressants and anti-psychotic medications, it’s long overdue, again, that we …

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY STRIKES AGAIN

Habitat for Humanity has the best of all worlds… it’s a real estate broker, it’s a property developer, it’s a mortgage lender, and it has some sort of reputation of doing good work in the community for underprivileged families in poor neighborhoods. Even after taking possession of a Habitat home …

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$289 MILLION DOLLAR JUDGEMENT AGAINST MONSANTO

On Friday, San Francisco jurors ruled that that Bayer/Monsanto’s “Roundup” (the most popular weedkiller in the world) was responsible for causing a former school groundskeeper to develop terminal cancer.  So they awarded him $289 million in damages — mostly to punish the agricultural company Monsanto. Dewayne Johnson’s victory Friday could …

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FLASHBACK: OUR FIRST GO-AROUND WITH WESTBORO BAPTIST CHURCH

Tomorrow as funerals for the first victims of the Pulse Nightclub attack are held member of the Westboro Baptist Church will be on-hand to protest.  The Orlando Police Department received a formal request spelling out their plans to protest outside the Cathedral Church of St. Luke on Saturday from 10:15 …

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MEMORIAL DAY 2016

While our current Commander-in-Chief of our military is half a world away second-guessing the actions of Harry S Truman and hugging those who once fought against America, the Dougherty Report shared President Ronald Reagan’s amazing Memorial Day 1982 tribute to those American heroes who paid the ultimate sacrifice.  

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DOES “PRIVATE CLUB” REALLY MEAN “WHITES ONLY” ???

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was intended to outlaw discrimination in the US based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.  It was designed to end unequal application of voter registration requirements and racial segregation in schools, at the workplace and by facilities that served the general “public …

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A Call To The Florida Bar

If you’ve listened to The Dougherty Report over the past two years, you’ll know that Elizabeth was enrolled as a law student.  Elizabeth’s goal was simple; to earn her law degree, become barred by the bar association of the state she lives in, then use the synergy of the radio …

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