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It's been over a month now - and the gulf oil spill rages on.

Oil continues to pour out from that pipe - a mile down on the ocean floor.

BP STILL unable to stop the leak.

Diana Furchgott Roth - Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute - talked to many Fox radio stations this morning- including WNYM in New York City.

Host Curtis Sliwa posed a good question - why has our government allowed BP to operate independently to fix the problem - giving very little input in finding a fix?

The latest move - a "KILL SHOT".

This involves shooting of heavy drilling mud into the pipe in an attempt to PLUG the hole. This method has yet to be tried at such depths.

Also buzzing on the airwaves today:

Social networking sites such as facebook and myspace promise the highest of privacy standards... BUT - Do you think that the things you post are really private?

Former Federal Prosecutor Fred Tecce doesn't think so:

Tecce speaking with Fox affiliate WTAM Cleveland, OH.

Like it or not - social networking sites send data to advertising companies... despite promises that they don't share your information without consent.

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