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Drill Baby Drill - A Country Song - SGN Radio 05-18-2010 2PM EST

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Shades of Green Network Radio™ "Drill Baby Drill" a Country Song Tuesday, May 18th, 2010, 2 PM (EST) About This Week's Show I heard it this morning, "Drill Baby Drill, let's see what we can kill, if it don't make us money, then it don't fit the bill." Ah yes, country music at its best. I listened while enjoying the smell of burning diesel at the beach. Don't you just love that? Now you too can enjoy a spectacular view of the largest beach bonfire fish-cookout right from the comfort of your very own oil-slicked beach chair. But perhaps there is hope. Yesterday, John Kerry and Joe Lieberman (of all people) introduced the American Power Act in the senate. It does still call for more offshore drilling, but at least it puts the decision to do so in the hands of the states. And it truly makes the green economy a real focus. Heck, even Fred Krupp, E.D. of EDF says it's cool and was one of the key creators. This week's guests, Dena Mottola Jaborska, Doug O'Malley, and Matt Elliott of Environment New Jersey talk about how New Jersey and other coastal states can deal with all this sticky stuff. Call us on the phone or listen online here: New phone number to call in: (718) 664-9208 New URL: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sgnradio Our Guests Dena Mottola Jaborska, Doug O'Malley, and Matt Elliott of Environment New Jersey. Environment New Jersey is a statewide, citizen-based environmental advocacy organization. Their professional staff combines independent research, practical ideas and tough-minded advocacy to overcome the opposition of powerful special interests and win real results for New Jersey's environment. (www.environmentnewjersey.org) Our Hosts Peter van Geldern and David L. Marks Co-Founders of Shades of Green Network™ Brought to you by: Shades of Green Network™
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