Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Will Oprah & President Obama Help Vera Richardson Achieve her Divine Purpose?

Like Oprah I believe that nothing in this world happens by chance. I believe Oprah’s endorsement of then Senator Obama led directly to this nation electing its FIRST African-American President. I also believe that fact we share several experiences didn't happen by chance. Those experiences includes being born poor in the South to unwed mothers under the same sign Aquarius in 1954 and having a life changing event at the age of fourteen.

 I believe that my divine purpose will be achieved during Obama’s presidency. My divine purpose of is to shed light on employment discrimination and for that LIGHT to reveal that Title VII (employment discrimination) of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 needs to be amended again. 

President Obama should address employment discrimination once again because it is the RIGHT thing to do. Title VII of the Civil Right Act of 1964 needs to be amended again  In 2009 President Obama amended Title VII (Employment Discrimination) of the Civil Right Act of 1964 when he signed his first bill the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Restoration Act. 

President Obama amending the Act again will make America a more just place for all Americans. Employment discrimination is a major reason that African-American unemployment rates is double that of the  national average unemployment rate of Whites in some parts of America. It is also a reason that many African-American teenagers are unemployed and many African-American adults are either unemployed or underemployed.

Will Oprah and President Obama read my book Screwed by Former Governor...Eliot Spitzer ? Will they read and discuss all of the direct evidence in it that supports the need to protect one of Martin Luther King Jr's greatest achievement the Civil Rights Act of 1964? 

Will an African-American President Obama rise to the occasion like President Johnson and lead America to GREATNESS? I believe with all of my heart that he will. I believe it because nothing is too hard for man to accomplish with the help of God, Jesus, and the Holy Ghost.

Click link to read two perjured declaration Spitzer filed to deny me a jury trial Screwed by Former Governor and Attorney General Eliot Spitzer  After you read the preview consider download the $2.99 e-book and have fact based employment discrimination conversation on Social media.  All of the events included in my book are true therefore, I believe that this book can change hearts and minds of those who believe that racism is bad or doesn't exist.

If you are African-American or a member of any minority group please help change America and lead it to be a more just nation.  If you are in a position to help promote this book and/or make present it to the nation and the world please DO... We are the CHANGE that we voted for in 2008 and 2012.  Help President Obama and God change America FOREVER.

Monday, January 19, 2015

African-Americans we CAN Change America By SAVING Ourselves from RACISM!


The highly qualified Harris County African-Americans pictured above were defeated as judiciary candidates on November 4, 2014. Harris County has more registered Democrats than Republicans and Independents combined but they didn't vote.

I believe that during the November 4, 2014, mid-term elections African-Americans behaved like the children of Israel after they were delivered from slavery. Exodus 14:12 of King James Version of the Bible: “Is not this the word that we did tell thee in Egypt; saying Let us alone, that we may serve the Egyptians, than that we should die in the wilderness.”

After witnessing all of the January 20, 2009, conspired opposition to President Obama by the Republican Party, many minorities felt exhausted from defending President Obama. Like President Obama they didn't know about the secret 2009 pledge to vote NO to EVERY agenda item of the first African-American president. We couldn't understand him using most of his first term trying to get Republicans to support and vote for "Obamacare."

Hispanic Americans got angry and didn't vote in record numbers needed to retain the Senate and take back the House. Their  reason for not turning out to vote  many didn't understand the necessary politics of waiting until after the midterms to take Executive Action on Immigration Reform.

President Obama said that change wouldn't come easy in this country and the November 2, 2010, and November 4, 2014, midterms proved that fact. President Obama hasn't gotten weary and/or given up and we can’t get weary and give up either.

Murder victims Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown, Eric Gardner, African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, the poor, under educated, and women need President Obama and educated and/or successful African-Americans to continue fighting for his visions of Justice and Equality for all Americans.

We must trust God and know that just like He delivered the children of Israel He will protect and deliver us too. We must vote in every election as if it’s a presidential election. More importantly, we MUST have the race/racism conversation that President Obama requested after the Ferguson verdict.

For less than a Burger King Whopper or a Big Mac you can DOWNLOAD $2.99 book  "Screwed by Former Governor and Attorney General Eliot Spitzer." Read the book and have a fact-based race conversation around the world, on social media, radio, and television.

After reading the book please render the jury verdict that the United States Supreme Court denied me on November 4, 2002. After you render your verdict respectfully request that President Obama protect Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, by amending it with an Executive Order.

On November 4, 2008, Senator Barack Obama was elected as this nation first African-American president. On January 29, 2009, President Obama signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Restoration Act.  This was the first act signed into law by President Obama.

According to the New York Times: “In signing the bill, Mr. Obama said that it sends the message "that there are no second class citizens in our workplaces, and that it's not just unfair and illegal, it's bad for business to pay someone less because of their gender or their age or their race or their ethnicity, religion or disability."

I am an African-American female victim of employment discrimination who likes Lilly Ledbetter was denied justice by the Supreme Court of the United States for employment discrimination.  I hope and pray that President Obama doesn’t let politics prevent him from using my employment discrimination case to address and amend Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, because my experience occurred in the State of New York and involves Democrats Eliot Spitzer and Governor Andrew Cuomo.

The salutary purpose of summary judgment and the rights of all Americans to fair and equal justice can both be accomplished with a well written and defined amendment to the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Amending the Civil Rights Act again would prevent one judge from having the absolute power to grant summary judgment motions that dismiss Title VII cases. Amending the Act again will also make the guarantees of both the 13th and 14th amendments of the United States Constitution and the protections under Title VII of the Civil Right Act of 1964 a living reality for all Americans. All Americans are entitled to due process and equal protection under the law.