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Ugly clumps of oil - making their way to Louisiana and Mississippi's marshlands and wildlife - including pelicans, otters, and mink. A  result of the explosion of the rig "Deepwater Horizon" - operated by BP.

That - according to Nick Loris - An Environmental and Regulation Expert from the Heritage Foundation on with KFAB Omaha, NE.

It's estimated that some 5,000 barrels of oil a day are spewing into the Gulf.

A top advisor in the Obama administration has said that no new oil drilling will be permitted until it's learned what caused last week's explosion.

This could be the BIGGEST public relations challenge an oil company has had to face in the U.S. since 1989's "Exxon Valdez" tanker disaster in Alaska.

Also whipping up some buzz today...

May Day Protests - Tomorrow - Taking place in over 80 Cities around the Country.

National Director for the Campaign for Community Values at the Center for Community Change  Gabe Gonzalez - speaking with many Fox News Radio stations today.

I'm Jessica Curtis - and this has been your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.