Allen Johnson

Freelance journalist

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Freelance journalist and life-long resident of New Orleans, Louisiana

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In New Orleans this morning, President Bush commemorated the second anniversary of Katrina with a moment of silence, then  brief remarks  at the only school now functioning in the…

Bush Marks Second Anniversary of Katrina, Levee Break

In New Orleans this morning, President Bush commemorated the second anniversary of Katrina with a moment of silence, then brief remarks at the only school now functioning in the…

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