Coming Together: Former ambassador Young to speak at upcoming prayer breakfast
by Ricky Leroux
April 26, 2015 04:00 AM | 0 0 comments | 19 19 recommendations | email to a friend
ATLANTA — Andrew Young, a former congressman, Atlanta mayor and U.N. Ambassador, said these days, he prays for sanity and understanding. “The world is more confused now than any time in my life since the bombing of Pearl Harbor,” Young said. “The bombing of Pearl Harbor really shocked, well, I guess I was about 9. I knew what was going on and I lived in New Orleans.” To Young, the Nazi Party wasn’t a foreign threat in a far off country....
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Do you think the Civil War locomotive "The Texas" should be moved to Cobb County?