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Elizabeth Dougherty comments on the news of the day.


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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TALKRADIO – How To Think – NOT What To Think

I’m going to be very honest with you since I’m awake and I don’t watch television. Radio is sort of so-so tonight, so here goes: When I began doing radio, the GM of the first station I was on was concerned that the Operations Manager might be wrong about me. …

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Thinking About You – 10/22/14

Elizabeth Dougherty   For the last two nights, I’ve been waking up in the middle of the night for about an hour. I’m not sure why. I do have a lot on my mind and it’s very quiet this time of the morning, so I can think. Before my current …

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The Insolence Of Food Nation Radio Network – Explained

People ask all the time, “Why is Food Nation Radio Network so outspoken?” There are a few very good reasons for that, but first I would ask, “Why aren’t you?” What did Californians get by trying to pass Proposition 37, the statewide GMO labeling initiative? Nada. Zilch. Nothing. Do you …

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Make up your own mind: A novel thought

Elizabeth Dougherty It’s the end of food as we know it. That’s a broad, very generalized way to put it, so let me explain. First, I have to give you some background leading me to this conclusion. My parents were blue-collar Democrats, growing up we ate pot roast, pasta (no …

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Gulf Voices heard on Capitol Hill today

WASHINGTON – Residents of Florida, Alabama and Louisiana converged on Capitol Hill today to convey to senators what they are going through in the gulf states, discussing loss of jobs and tourism dollars as well as concerns over health due to the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico .

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