Oil spill and the political fallout
The federal government are finding more oil in the Gulf and trying to stem the tide of tar balls washing into marshes in Louisiana. President Obama recently announced that he's adding more manpower to help clean up the spill. He's also announced changes in drilling policy. Beyond the policy approaches, the President is being graded by the public and pundits on the style of his leadership.
- Fred Kasten: Former program director of the New Orleans NPR affiliate WWNO for 20 years.
- Regina Lawrence: Professor of political communication at Louisiana State University.
- Susan Page: Washington bureau chief for USA Today.