Pamala Smith Portrait


HNY, Organizational Ethics, and Justice

Jan 01, 2021

It is New Year’s Eve and I’d love to wish everyone a happy one but we all know that for many it will be not be a happy one this year but I hope that we can work through 2021 toward making it so that 2022 has a better chance of being happy for as […]

The Value of Investing (really this is more exercise related)

Dec 22, 2020

Again, this is not a traditionally politically oriented/current issues related post.  Nonetheless, it is important. Over the years I have done that seemingly stupid thing where I spent money on a piece of exercise equipment but then only used it a handful of times’.  But now that I am working from home, I can chip […]

Native Americans Leading the United States or This Place Has Gone to Pot

Nov 27, 2020

Given the context, Native Americans are still blatantly and glaringly marginalized in the United States.  One thing I know is that there is no good reason that Native Americans shouldn’t, wouldn’t, and/or couldn’t be prominent in our public daily lives.  I do want to point out, too, that I meant the word daily – as […]

My Thoughts on Voting Machine Security

Nov 23, 2020

Acting fraudulently is apparently super easy – in short stints anyway. Heck, even H. Brooke Paige, who cannot even bring himself to think about logical solutions to problems if they may not benefit the status quo, dared to run as a Democrat previously. Of course Donald Trump didn’t win – either time.  That goes without […]

If I Can Tell You [Are Interacting with me with Ulterior Motives I May Twist you up]

Nov 22, 2020

2006 is a landmark year for me.  This is because something happened that so shocked me to the core that I became hyper-conscious of happenings in my environment in the immediate succeeding years.  I had a dog (Winky Dinky, no really her name was just Wink) who had a litter of puppies.  I had no […]

Mister Jim Condos

Nov 15, 2020

Let’s be clear.  I’m not a fan of Jim Condos’ in the least.  I think he is almost are far removed from the face of Democracy as you can be. Democracy is now decided at the kitchen table (or something to that effect) of every household (hopefully) in the country.  And I wonder how many […]

A Wandering Eye

Nov 09, 2020

I remember the first time I saw Celine McArthur on WCAX – In relative terms, and years removed, it didn’t seem long after our best local station was bought out – when the web page or maybe it was their facebook page, immediately went from primarily providing content to being loaded with strange ads for […]