Thursday, 15 July 2010 16:50
Good Morning BP World: Featuring Janet Napolitano, Laura Ingraham, Mary Landrieu
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Good morning and what’s up with America dipping across the pond for the replacement to Larry King? CNN has tabbed America’s Got Talent judge, Piers Morgan to fill those shoes.

Author and radio talk show host, Laura Ingraham joins the show to discuss her new book “The Obama Diaries” which has garnered silence from the Obama camp and examples of how the White House shelter the masters of blurring the lines between fact and fiction.

For more information on her show and book, go to www.lauraingraham.com.

Senator Mary Landrieu
joins the show to discuss Avondale folding tent, the continued loss of jobs in Louisiana, her testimony in front of the oil commission, and where she stands on the cutting of the space program. Go to www.landrieu.senate.gov for more information.

Brigitte Gabriel, author and main speaker at the upcoming Northshore Tea Party this Saturday joins the show to talk about the issue of national security, how it surpasses everything else that is going on in this nation, and radicals exploiting our soft borders to get into the country. For more, go to the website Brigitte founded which is www.actforamerica.org.

EXCERPTS  now read the entire narrative and listen to the podcast of Jeff Crouere's radio show featuring US Senator Mary Landrieu and Laura Ingraham

July 14

Department of Homeland Security secretary, Janet Napolitano joins the show to talk about BP’s new cap placing process, the whale ship that is still being tested despite its high hopes that were advertised,  the deal surrounding super tankers being prevented from coming here, health issues surrounding dispersants, and the moratorium battle. Homeland Security’s website is www.dhs.gov.

Listen to Jeff Crouere's interview of Janet Napolitano  and others on Wednesday's radio show on WGSO

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