Ginger

Ginger Howard is a small business owner and conservative activist who has been involved in the Republican party for many years. She owns a ladies' boutique in Buckhead, in the heart of Atlanta.

Posts by Ginger

Believe!

A Week to Remember!

  Last week, I was honored to serve as a National Delegate from the Fifth District of Georgia to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.  There were threats of violence to happen from protestors and a looming threat of a hurricane.  But, we were spared both, thank the Lord! Three of my dearest friends
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The Freedom Five

This morning four of my friends and I began a brand new adventure. We are hosting a Nationally Syndicated Radio Web show on Americaswebradio.com.  I thought I would share with your our introduction.  We began watching the series “24” three years ago every Sunday night, and continue to this day as we are on Season
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Friends forever

Last week was such a sweet and wonderful week at the beach with my family and my NaNa who will be 99 years young one month from today! One day we had five generations there. NaNa now has two great great grandchildren. While there, I received news that my oldest and dearest friend’s grandmother had
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The Day After the Day After

The day after my election, I woke up with a throbbing head-ache that would not go away.  My mother was here and put a cold washcloth on my forehead and gave me something for it. It never went away. I was exhausted, mentally and physically.  Every muscle and bone in my body ached. I played
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Ginger for Georgia

 Yes, I have officially decided to run for Georgia National Committeewoman. Many of you may be asking what does the Georgia National Committeewoman do?  The Republican National Committee members consist of a National Committeeman, a National Committeewoman and a Chairperson from each state. The main role is to represent your state party on a national
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A man of principle

Never have I been more discouraged and concerned about our nation and its leadership. Many people have been sounding the alarm over the past several years that our nation is at a crossroads. People who love America and are saddened to see her decline.  Many of those same people have felt called to put themselves
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Perry’s Band of Brothers

I have just returned from four fantastic days in Iowa where I was a part of 500 volunteers, representing 30 states to volunteer for Rick Perry’s Strike Force.  The team of volunteers and staff were amazing, and I believe Rick Perry would have been in first place in every Iowan had gotten to meet them
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The Forgotten City

The Forgotten City

For the past several years, the Saturday before Christmas I have taken girls from my Bible Studies downtown to minister with Pastor 7’s ministry, 7 bridges. I wrote about his ministry last year at this same time.  Today, three of my girls and one boyfriend of an older girl went down with me.  There were
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A Small Town Thanksgiving

A Small Town Thanksgiving

I went to Waycross this week for Thanksgiving, and I am always amazed at the difference of life in a small town in comparison to life in the city. I arrived Tuesday afternoon and drove up to my grandmother’s home, who happens to be 98 years young. My mother and aunt were sitting at the
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Restoring our foundations

Restoring our foundations

I was asked to speak this past week-end at the National Federation of Republican Women’s Convention in Kansas City at the prayer breakfast. The topic they gave me was “the Politics of Religion in Government and its impact on the 2012 elections.”  I was only given ten minutes to speak on something that would take
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