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They're pioneers, and this is now the greenest neighborhood in the world. Plus, our special discussion with three men who've worked tirelessly to bring renewal and regrowth to the city they love: If you know the town, we're in the former Bella Luna, now the Galvez Restaurant, a building halfway destroyed in Katrina.
And it's part of the plotline here, it has come back, and these days is back and prospering as a restaurant. And here in our studio space we have nothing but Landrieus. It feels like four years ago. Mayor, let's, let's mix things up right at the top here.
We've come down here so many times in these past five years I could probably accept mail delivery by now, and you, you pick up on the local quirks. And when you say down here that Katrina was the worst natural disaster ever, usually you're not allowed to get that sentence out, and you're interrupted and a New Orleanian says, "Wait a minute.
But then a Northerner comes back and says, "Yeah, but you're living below sea level, why is this America's problem?
Well, first, two things: One, it is a historical fact that this was a man-made disaster. It wasn't a natural disaster, the levees broke. That's the reason why the catastrophe exists. The federal government was responsible for building the levees, engineering the levees, and consequentially, the federal government is responsible for repairing the damage that has been done, which has not been completed yet.
That's first of all. Secondly, the city of New Orleans and all of the coastal parishes along the Gulf Coast have been at the tip of the spear for this nation's fight for energy security, economic independence, and its national security.
We produced most of the oil and gas that this country uses domestically.
We produce 30 to 40 percent of the fisheries. We produce the greatest culture that this country has ever seen.
And so it's a, it's a strange question for us when people even ask us that. And by the way, I'll make two other points, we're not the only other place in America, much less the world, under sea level, and we've learned how to live peacefully in those places.Mar 28, · Tonight on Nightly Business Report, stocks rally as investors turn their attention to market fundamentals.
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