The radio buzz... the top talk radio stories of the day...

The President addressed the nation last night - regarding the situation with BP and the oil spill in the gulf - and ultimately touched on the necessity of "CLEAN ENERGY"... being put to use in the future.

"It was heavy on snappy phrases - of course, clean energy - and then millions of jobs. You can't talk about energy without jobs now... of course. And then a menacing cloud of black crude. But there were no specifics. There was no discussion of what our energy policy should be."

That was Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Robert Bryce spending a few minutes with Gary and Jim at KFAB Omaha, NE.

Also churning up some buzz:

A man on a mission...

For almost Ten Years - the US has been on the hunt for Osama Bin Laden... with no luck.

...tired of our government's inability to make a capture -  a 50 year old Colorado man- attempted to take things into his own hands.

"He's trying to do what we've been trying to do as a government for almost 10 years - and that is - get Osama Bin Laden. I'm sure he was attracted also by the 20 million dollar price-tag -- a bounty on his head."

Director of the Center for Terrorism Law at St Mary's University - Retired Lt. Col Jeff Addicott spoke with many of our stations this morning.

The man  - identified as Gary Brooks Faulkner was stopped by Pakistani police on the Afghanistan / Pakistan border ready to seek out and destroy Bin Laden - complete with a pistol, a 40 inch sword, and night vision equipment.

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