Politics; Domestic Violence;Women's Issues
President/CEO of Barbara Howard & Associates, Inc., Barbara Howard is a PR, media and governmental relations consultant for multi-national corporations, small minority businesses, political candidates, non-profit organizations, governmental agencies and educational institutions.
With 40 years experience, she’s received numerous awards, including “Person of the Year”, “National Black Republican Pioneer”, and “PR Firm of the Year”. She has been featured in various other newspapers/magazines/books, including Who's Who in US Executives, Who's Who of Women Executives, and Who's Who in Florida Politics.
Ms. Howard is Trade and Travel Goodwill Ambassador to Kenya, Florida State Chair of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), and a former Commissioner with the Eleventh Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission, as well as a radio host, newspaper columnist, motivational speaker, published poet/spoken word artist, political commentator/columnist, and founder of several organizations.
She is a divorced mother of three, grandmother of nine, great-grandmother of five, and mother-mentor to dozens of young professionals and business owners of all ethnic groups.
SOMEBODY HEARD WHAT I SAID
WHO'S YOUR HERO, CHILDREN?
LOVE NEVER EQUALS PAIN
Posted on: Wednesday, September 10th, 2008 by Barbara Howard
Dear Friends,Since Sarah Palin was added to McCain's ticket, the mean and evil Liberal Left haters have stepped up their assault like never before. The nastiness is at fever pitch. One of the latest rumor is that she was overheard saying "Sambo Beat the Bitch", referring to Obama and Hillary.We can't allow these things to go unanswered and we must be ready to fight for what is right. As Republicans(particularlyBlack Republicans) we must stand up and be counted and aggressively speak out whenever we can.I know I will address it on Friday during my radio show where my co-hosts are Democrats. If you care to listen and call in, its 1470AM. You can go online www.sfltimes.com
and listen live. The show is called "Elevating the Dialogue".At any rate, we must be ready to address their attempts to paint Sarah Palin as racist, as they have tried to do to every other white Republican. For black Republicans, they want to paint us as traitors, Uncle Tom's, etc.I have the answeras how to deal with them. They...
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