Our New Orleans Saints rally, lift oil-dampened spirits in Plaquemines Parish
~Fans await the arrival of our New Orleans Saints in Buras, La.
“The most important lessons we can take from the Saints victory are two-fold.
First, that with hard work and perseverance, the people of Louisiana can overcome anything.
We are world champions- and nobody can keep us down. And secondly, we’re going to come back better than we were before.”
~Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal
Delisted and in danger: BP Oil Crime threatens brown pelicans months after they are dropped from endangered species list
Scientists seek oil clues as concentrations confirmed deep in Gulf~Sandy Davis
Mitch'Mo, figuring out life jacket calls for checks on drilling moratorium
Advocate Erin Brockovich visits bayou families~Fisheries openings and closings announced in Terrebonne
LeveesOrg to speak at conference and lead tour
Why the BP Oil Crime is an environmental and human health disaster
AP finds energy ties in Gulf judges’ financial disclosures
~“Thirty-seven of the 64 active or senior judges in key Gulf Coast districts in Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida have links to oil, gas and related energy industries, including some who own stocks or bonds in BP PLC, Halliburton or Transocean — and others who regularly list receiving royalties from oil- and gas-production wells, according to the reports judges must file each year. The AP reviewed 2008 disclosure forms, the most recent available.
Slicked and Slabbed Part 4: Slabbed calls bullsh*t on the sand berm scheme. BP is being fleeced to no good end.
And the Tilla'Girls say...
Seafood group debuts website for oil spill concerns
Bhopal and the BP Oil Spill:
A Tale of Two Disasters
BP's Equal Opportunity Screw
~Florida Gov. Crist reminded Fryar that BP paid out $1.5 billion in dividends to stockholders in the last quarter and was ``the fourth largest corporation on the planet.'' He agreed the BP claims process was ``unacceptable'' and demanded that it expand the number of claims offices in the state from 8 to 30, one in each county bordering the Gulf of Mexico.