Tarsands are already shipping through metro Mobileâ€™s residential neighborhoods and downtown business area, with plans to eventually increase to more than 120 carloads of tar sand oil per day. That translates to more than 2 million gallons of oil entering the city every day. The danger to the community far outweighs any potential benefit.
Paul Simonen “we stormed the oil rig and went to the office to ask what their oil spill response plan was. They basically said if you don’t get off the oil rig, then we will phone the authorities in Greenland and say you’ve hijacked the oil rig, and the police will come and arrest you. And that’s pretty much what happened.”
Dear New Orleans Compilation; All proceeds this month benefit Gulf Coast Restoration. 31 tracks of collaborations, originals & covers including: Mike Mills, Steve Earle, Brandi Carlile, My Morning Jacket, the Wrens, the Flobots, Nelly McKay, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Bonerama, OK Go, Tom Morello, Wayne Kramer, Indigo Girls….
Michael Franti’s VLog/Report from Hangout Festival, Gulf Shores
Deepwater joint investigation board concludes 1st day of hearing – KENNER, La. – The Deepwater Horizon joint investigation board held Tuesday concluded the first day of hearings into