Tag Archives: elizabeth dougherty

THE DOUGHERTY REPORT IS BACK!

She’s healthy, rested and has a LOT to say about what’s going on in the world today. Join us for The Dougherty Report:    LISTEN HERE NEW TIMES:  Fridays 4pm – 6pm   AND  Sunday 10 pm – 12mid. PLUS… The LIVE video feed of the show can be seen at:  …

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WHO KILLED JFK? MAYBE THE ODDEST STORY EVER!

One thing is for certain, fifty-five six years after the assassination of JFK, we’re no closer to the truth than the afternoon of  November 22, 1963.    The Dougherty Report asks questions… and some of the answers we receive are a bit on the outside of the mainstream thought.  As …

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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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WHO REALLY AUTHORIZED EXEC ORDER 12333 & 12334

Dougherty Report Rewind:   Several troubling pieces of news from different sources came out that gave us a mixed perspective of both President Ronald Reagan and his VP, George H.W. Bush.  Was Reagan’s rehabilitation from his assassination  attempt longer and more difficult than we were led to believe?  Who was actually …

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THE USA – WHOLLY OWNED SUBSIDIARY OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

The purchase of Starwood Hotels by a Chinese entity has sparked the interest of the “Committee of Foreign Investments in the United States.”  Do you understand what that means?  It happens so frequently that the Congress of the United States created a “committee” to review purchases of American businesses by …

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Who is Listening to You Near Your Home?

In Baltimore this week, the Public Defender’s office is seeking review of over 2,000 cases that were prosecuted with the use of the controversial Stingray device. This device is used by law enforcement and mimics a cell tower, picking up the cell information from your home. It is currently unknown …

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The City that Once Was . . .

Imagine a bed of granite in the dead of winter. Skyscrapers have toppled or are empty shells. Cars and trucks lay rusting in what were bustling streets, filled with commerce and promise. There’s a blizzard; and all of the destruction is covered in a thin, white blanket. It’s no comfort. …

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