Thursday, November 19, 2015


You can make the difference...

SAVE THE BUFFALO....Yellowstone National Park, to - cull - KILL, over 1,000 wild buffalo (bison) this winter - mostly: CALVES and FEMALES - to cut the reproductive rate, and to reduce the migration to Montana. Over 5,000 roamed the Park this summer - a far cry LESS that the millions that used to roam the West, killed like clay targets, for sport, by Western visitors and cowboys.

The buffalo which provided Native Americans with food, shelter and clothing and were very important in their survival. The buffalo raomed all over the West, now they barely exist and to KILL - 1,000 is wrong. These buffalo should be distributed to National Parks all over the country, so that even more people can see and enjoy them.

To save the buffalo of Yellowstone contact:
Supt Dan Wenk, (307) 344 - 7381....PO Box 168, Yellowstone, WY 82190 - 7381
National Park HQ....(202) 208 - 6843

Tell them to send the buffalo to the Native American Reservations in South and North Dakota...the poorest Reservations in the country - they could use the buffalo to support their tribal members.

Contact the Yellowstone National Park and tell them not to KILL Buffalo.
photo credit: David Malhalab . MNS Photo / M News Service

Tuesday, November 3, 2015



November celebrates the long historic story of America's - First People...who welcomed the British, French and Spanish explorers, and then we're betrayed by them, their lands were stolen and their fathers, mothers, sons and daughters massacred, those that survived were forced onto reservations....with many of their children taken from their parents be taught the "white way"...

Why are there no educational commercials - celebrating - Native American History, on TV, radio, in the newspapers ?????...Celebrating their Chiefs, their religious beliefs, their food, their culture and their heroic struggles and their continuing fight for dignity and respect.

Why not ?????? Ask

Thursday, October 8, 2015

RAPE KITS - $490 = JUSTICE ????? NO NO

RAPE KITS - $490 = JUSTICE ????????????? NO

Hello $490 = Justice ????

Women who have been Victims of rape, incest should not have to band together to raise funds to have their RAPE KITS analyzed !!!!!! $490 is the estimated cost of analyzing a medical Rape Kit....

This is a function of government, police - and the local governments who cannot afford to test those RKs should get additional funding from the Legislature....This should not be a partisan issue...a tax no tax issue....The Legislature should create a fund that local governments can withdraw from, for this issue....

NO person should pay after they have been a victim of a violent crime to get Justice - our society is wrong ....if we allow RKs to be held hostage or to age because of a lack of funds to test them....

These women deserve Justice and in a timely manner.....

Rochelle, $490 + Justice.... (Detroit Free Press)

Are you going to do an article about $490 = Justice, the Michigan Legislature that just voted and the Governor signed a bill into law - giving gun purchasers a tax break - when buying a gun lock or gun safe...a tax break... a Republican Legislature that voted to end a tax credit to the working poor !!!! and women have to band together to pay for rape kit testing ?????

And AG Schuette jumping on the band wagon - to get money for rape kit testing - OMG what a hypocrite....he spent millions of tax dollars fighting gay marriage and now he gets on board the Kym Worthy efforts to get rape kit money .....

David Malhalab
Sgt DPD Retired

Tuesday, September 22, 2015



Please ...VETO.... the Gun Lock Bill, that gives gun / rifle buyers a tax exemption for buying gun locks, gun safes to looks like Republicans take from the POOR (Earned Income Credit) and give to the RICH....$$$$ savings for buying gun locks, gun safes which should be required, by law in Michigan, on all sales of guns / rifles...

Dunham's Sport gives FREE gun locks to all buyers of guns / rifles as - policy...

VETO the law - if you can afford to buy a gun / rifle can afford to buy a gun lock and if you need a gun safe - then you have more than enough invested and need to buy a gun safe, and don't need a tax credit...

David Malhalab
Sgt DPD Retired

Michigan Senate votes to lift sales tax on gun safes, trigger locks until 2018
Michigan gun owners could buy gun safes and trigger locks without having to pay the state's 6 percent sales tax under legislation approved Thursday that backers said...


Monday, September 14, 2015


Great Gun Policy !!! - Dunham's Sports - free gun locks..

Dunham's Sports store (Dearborn Heights) manager told me that their company policy is to give (free) gun lock with every gun purchase. This is a great policy that should be - adopted by or required of - all stores that sell guns.
There is NO reason for Michigan (a State Rep proposal) to give a sales tax exemption for purchasing a gun lock. If you can afford to buy a gun or rifle, you can afford to buy a gun lock, and Michigan should require a gun lock purchase with every sale, unless included.

Walmart should stop selling all guns / rifles...It's CEO said it is a family friendly store and he was uncomfortable selling Confederate flags, so he should end the sale of all guns / rifles in their stores - nationwide (not just assault style weapons).

ps: Michigan should BAN - Open Carry Guns - in schools, stadiums, theaters, churches etc...and also BAN concealed weapons in these areas also, leaving only law enforcement officers and retirees with 'Pistol Free Zone Exemption' to carry their weapons.

Also, The Legislature should require that all TOY guns not replicate real guns and that they be colored - neon colors, so that NO one can mistake a toy gun for a REAL gun.

Friday, September 11, 2015



Should American Women be Allowed to go TOPLESS, in the 21st Century ?????????????? What do you think !!

On a hot summer day everywhere in America, men can take off their shirts to cool off or to get a good tan, but women must keep the shirts, blouses, swim suit tops on - WHY ?????

America is a 'Christian' country and God would be offended ???? Our own taboos and fears of seeing a topless woman in public ?????
Well states and cities are now allowing women the freedom to go topless and be equal with men to show off their chests....breasts...without fear of arrest, harassment by 'Christians', and awkward stares, but in New Your City, the best city in the world, topless women are causing a controversy and some people want the Mayor to crack down and save NYC.

Leave your comments....SHARE...this post, lets get the discussion going...Let's allow Women to go Topless in America, from sea to shining sea, on the mountain tops, and in cities, towns, villages and states everywhere.

The following cities are officially topless "tested":
Asheville, NC
Austin, TX,
Boulder, CO
Columbus, OH
Eugene, OR
Honolulu, HI
Keene, NH
Key West, FL at Fantasy Fest
Madison, WI,
New Orleans, LA, at Mardi Gras
New York City
Portland, Or,
Santa Fe, NM
South Miami Beach, FL (on the beach)
Washington, DC
It is also legal to be topless in public in the following countries:

Sunday, August 30, 2015


Eastern Michigan University and Native American Student Organization are WRONG...............Keep the Huron Logo ...

EMU Interim President Kim Schatzel, is buying new EMU Band jackets without the Huron Logo on an inside flap, because of protest against the logo by some Native American students - her decision is wrong !!! and so is Amber Morseau, President of the EMU Native American Student Organization for supporting the decision.

Native Americans were the first people of America - their lands were taken and an estimated five (5) million Native Americans were killed in the Westward Expansion of the United States. The rally cry was 'The only good Indian, is a dead Indian' as the Europeans marched from shore to shore killing Native Americans and stealing their lands...It is interesting that the story came out on the same day that a story was written about the Michigan Legislature, under funding Native American College Funding.

Native Americans were taught to 'scalp' so that the British and French could pay to see how many British and French men were killed during their wars against each other and their own territorial advancements.
Native Americans saw their food (buffalo) killed for sport by the millions, and not for food or clothing. They saw their women and children massacred as the US Army took over for the advancing settlers. Native Americans were forced to leave their homelands and be sent to 'reservations' sometimes in the most desolate areas.
Native Americans must stand up and demand that their story be told and taught in school districts, in every part of the country, so that it is never forgotten (as many Germans deny the Holocaust and the Japanese deny the China atrocities and Turkey denies the Armenian Genocide).

The Native Americans and all the Tribes should develop a list of acceptable - Logos
and Symbols - that honor their Tribes, leaders and people, and offer them to schools and universities so that the Native American image can be seen, revered and cheered for - to not do so allows the image of Native Americans to disappear and allows older unacceptable images (Redskins) to linger on.
So let the debate move forward - let us recognize the contributions, the history, the culture, the food and traditions of our Native Americans to be celebrated.


Eastern Michigan University announced today it will be dropping the Huron logo from marching band uniforms after controversy swirled in June when members of the Native American community voiced objections at a board meeting.

EMU Interim President Kim Schatzel made the announcement in an email to the campus community.

Several members of the community spoke out during the meeting, renewing controversy over the school's use of the Huron logo, which depicted an Indian with a painted face and two feathers.

"This morning I notified members of the Native American Student Organization and their faculty advisor, Dr. Lori Burlingame, that I am initiating a process to remove the Huron logo from the jackets of the EMU Marching Band," Schatzel said. "The university will be purchasing new uniform jackets with no logos nor symbols other than the block "E," which will continue to be on the outside of the jacket. "

Schatzel said the action will happen "as expeditiously as possible" and the associated costs will be paid for out of donated funds from the EMU Foundation.

Native Americans want 'Huron' logo off EMU band uniforms

Schatzel said there will be no impact on the General Fund and no tuition dollars will be utilized.

"This action results from a thorough review, by myself and members of EMU's senior leadership team, of the 1991 decision by the Board of Regents to stop using the Huron logo and name," she said in an email. "... As we all know, controversy and questions surrounding the use of logos and symbols that are offensive to some groups or community members is a highly complex issue that is not isolated to Eastern Michigan University.'

The use of the logo has long been controversial at the university. The school was known as the Hurons for 62 years but In 1991, under pressure from the Michigan Civil Rights Commission and Native Americans, EMU was one of the first schools in the nation to drop its logo and change from the Hurons to the Eagles.

But three years ago, former university president Susan Martin reintroduced the Huron logo under a flap on the marching band uniforms, along with another logo representing when the band was formed in 1894.

Amber Morseau, President of the Native American Student Organization at EMU, said she was pleased with the announcement, which followed a morning meeting with Schatzel. Morseau said she believes EMU is again on the "right side of history."

"It is our hope that with this decision, and the reiteration of the damaging effects of racist images, stereotypes, and symbols in our lives and our communities, the environment at EMU will improve not only for Native students, but for all students of color moving forward," Morseau said. "... We are not costumes, we are not mascots, and we appreciate that Dr. Schatzel was able to understand this so easily and was committed to doing the right thing."