About H. Lewis Smith
H. Lewis Smith Founder/CEO
Chairman of the Board
H. Lewis Smith is a retired Marketing & Sales Executive, entrepreneur and author. Lewis was born and raised in Hamilton, Ohio and after graduating from high school, he enlisted into the Air Force, served an eight-year tour of duty, and was honorably discharged. In the mid-1960’s, Lewis moved to the Los Angeles-metropolitan area where upon he attended Cal State Los Angeles College.
A little over 20 years ago, Lewis came to a crossroad in his life: He was diagnosed with cancer. In the doctor’s opinion, Lewis could either have surgery or begin taking medication, which he would have to consume for the rest of his life. Lewis, who has been a student of metaphysics for a great part of his life, chose to do neither. Instead, he elected to place his fate in the hands of a higher power. That epochal moment in Lewis’ life positioned him to receive divine cultivation of psychic (clairsentient), spiritual-healing, and mystic-power abilities.
During his studies of metaphysics, he learned about the power of thoughts and words and the energy that emanates from a simple word; that prompted him to conduct some research on the word, n**ger. Lewis’ findings were intense. He felt obligated to share this enlightening information with his black brothers and sisters. Based on research findings and his in-depth understanding of the power of thoughts and words, Lewis wrote the book, Bury that Sucka: A Scandalous Love Affair With the N-word.
By H. Lewis Smith
“For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family… Continue reading
by H. Lewis Smith
The recent and despicable killings of Charleston church members have brought about renewed pandemonium over the flying of the Confederate flag. The concerns from Black America’s perspective are legitimate, but with reservations, in other words are African Americans being a bit disingenuous about the issue.
Consider the fact that many African Americans… Continue reading
by H. Lewis Smith
In light of the recent Ferguson, Missouri, grand jury decision to not indict Officer Darren Wilson for killing Michael Brown, a common denominator associated with all other injustices African Americans face—including others also being unnecessarily killed at the hands of police officers—all across the American landscape was once again proven to undoubtedly… Continue reading
(BlackNews.com) — Attorney Roy Miller of Macon, Georgia, states that “if the District Attorney was serious about getting an indictment on Darren Wilson, he would have done as usual and made an arrest. This should have been done before sending the case to the Grand Jury. Probable Cause… Continue reading
by Ron Shirley
In the last several days the headlines in the National News has caused me to be deeply concerned about- has America really progressed from the 1960’s. In this age of social media, one would think that people would be more conscience about how they behave in… Continue reading