OK, up ‘n at ’em! Time to get up, listen to this week’s NAM radio show, another great effort from the mellifluous Darren McKinney. This week features an interview with the man himself, NAM President John Engler, on the pressing need for Congress to open the Outer Continental Shelf’s 420 trillion cubic feet of natural gas to energy exploration and production. Then, small manufacturer Kellie Johnson of ACE Clearwater speaks with us on California’s recent special election and left-coast energy politics. Later, American Welding Society President and Lincoln Electric Research and Development specialist Dr. Damian Kotecki joins us, followed by the Manufacturing Institute’s Stacey Wagner and RecruitMilitary’s Drew Myers on a new alliance bringing high-skill military veterans together with civilian employers. All this, along with music that includes Billy Idol’s cover of the Doors’ L.A. Woman and When Johnny Comes Marching Home.
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