Monday, March 30, 2009

Illegal Immigration

If you never read anything else I send out I ask that you read this and at the end of it I will tell you why, it's fairly long so I hope you will find it worth your time. The subject will be a regular or frequent message if I continue to get the help I need from those of you in the MCDC and not just in Kansas and Missouri. I am beginning with these four items. I also ask that you send it around to everyone you know and you will know why. In the future you can be a part of it if you wish.

Ed Hayes
Kansas and Missouri State Director
Minuteman Civill Defense Corps
913 620 0771
Who AM I? In their own words:

by Ed Hayes etc.


I am 46 years old. I served 16 years in the Army including 1 year in Iraq for OIF II; Mar 04-Mar 05. Having devoted so much of my life to the defense of this great country, it only seems right that I be involved in direct support of the defense along our Southern Border given the fact that our own gov’t won’t.

I have had two Korean wives over my life, having gone through all the required steps to bring them here legally. I know all too well the humiliation, difficulty and frustration in dealing with the immigration process.

But we are a nation of laws and principles. Fair play meant something when I was growing up. My parents taught me to wait my turn in line and that “line cutters” lacked character and integrity. They taught me the honor of waiting patiently for my turn.

Nowadays that doesn’t mean much. Lie, cheat or steal to get what you want. Cut in line on the freeway. Be rude and cut in line at the supermarket. Cut in line instead of being polite. Get away with what you can. This now includes cut in line to come to America.

I am not against immigration. I am against illegal immigration because of the fact that these people sit on the fringes getting all the benefits of being here with few bearing the burden of paying for it. They have no loyalty to this country or the citizens who made it what it is. Most just want to cut in line, get the benefits of being here and share that with their loved ones also here illegally or send money to the country they fled from where their family is located. The bottom line is everyone who wants to come here cannot. Just because your country is horrific does not mean you have a right to break into ours.

Finally, Theodore Roosevelt said it best:

"In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person's becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American...There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn't an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag... We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language... and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.” Theodore Roosevelt 1907

The most important job I have as a parent is to insure that my kids HAVE a country to grow up and live in that believes and practices Freedom, Liberty and has Responsible Citizens.
Patricia Berryhill

I am Patricia Berryhill, 77 years old, a widow since 1984. I have worked out in the business world since I was 16 and retired in 2006 from Penn Valley Community College in Kansas City, MO having worked 60 years except for the few months when I had a son and daughter. My daughter served 2 years in the Navy. I am a Republican but actually will vote for the better person no matter what party. I am also Catholic, in very good health and love my country.When I graduated high school I worked for Southwestern Bell Telephone co. for a few years. Later I became a nurse, then on to computer work.


I'm the result of the unity of family lines that includes Kansas and Michigan pioneer farmers. A proud, productive and self-reliant lot, they helped clear the land and feed themselves and their neighbors. They were the children of immigrants who came to this country for a better life. They came to be Americans and to share in all of the change that designation required from their previous nationality. My father served on the Arizona, served in law enforcement and became a locomotive engineer for the Union Pacific Railroad. My mother raised 4 boys and then started college, earning a degree in Special Education and a Masters in Library Science. She taught in small schools. When my father died, she picked up and went to New Guinea to help that developing nation bring its educational system into the modern era. As a family, we ate together, played together and prayed together. Finding fault with other people because of where they came from, the color of their skin or their religion was frowned upon. Disrespect for the law was not a welcome behavior. I learned early on that a person's worth was determined by what they did with what they had and how they contributed to the prosperity and good order of the community. From these values flowed blessing that have helped me at every turn.

Among my opportunities have been, State Church Youth President, President of High School Student Body, Eagle Scout, High School Record in Mile Run that lasted for years, Navy Hospital Corpsman, Dentist, Dental Specialist, President of Local and State Dental Associations, National Dental Ethics Committee member, National Specialty Dental Ethics Committee Chairman for 2 terms, Chairman of Specialty Department at major University Dental School, voted Outstanding Dental Instructor. These all look good on a resume but my proudest accomplishment is in having raised 6 children, all college graduates, who are proud of their country, productive and self-reliant. They know who they are and their nationality doesn't require a hyphen. They are colorblind to race and respectful of the content of peoples character. They work for the prosperity and good order of the community.


Richard W. Fatherley
In 1954 thru 1956 he was a volunteer member for the Ground Observer Corps (GOC) a civilian affiliate of the United States Airforce. The purpose of the GOC was to watch for unusual aircraft formations and potential enemy aircraft during the cold war era, specifically watching for the Soviet "Tupolev" Bear Bomber. Fatherley received a 500 hour pin and a letter of commendation from President Dwight D. Eisenhower for his volunteer service with the GOC. The GOC boys and girls would now be called "Vigilantes"
Recipient of Capital the Freedoms Foundation award at Valley Forge, received special commendation a Papal Apostolic Blessing in 1967 from Pope Paul, Commendation from St. Judes Children Research hospital founded by Danny Thomas, and Public Service Commendation from Ararat Shrine Temple, received as program Director at KTOP in Topeka, in 19085 Fatherley received the State’s top public affairs program award from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters (KAB) for his investigative report; “Profile of an Undercover Narc”, and many other awards and commendations.

Fatherley is a member of the National Thespian Society, is a former active member of the Heart of America Morgan Horse Assn, appeared in the 1974-75 addition of Who’s Who in the Midwest, a well know speaker for the American Speakers Bureau.

A Connecticut native, he broke into radio broadcasting in 1959 as a staff announcer and newsreader at WSTC in Stamford.

At 20, he was a street-beat reporter, news writer and reader, and weekend Top 40 DJ at Triangle Publications’ WNHC in New Haven, Connecticut.

At 21, Fatherley was hired as a studio director at WABC/ABC Radio in New York City, moving on to the MARS Broadcasting Company in Stamford, working with Bob Whitney, Stan Kaplan, and disc jockey Dean Ingram following their exit from WIL in Saint Louis. MARS produced monthly radio station promotions.

Then, on to WICC in Bridgeport, and WDEE in Hamden-New Haven, Connecticut (those call letters later moving to Detroit), where he was recruited by the Storz Broadcasting Company as production director for KXOK in Saint Louis, and program director for Storz’ WHB in Kansas City.

His other call letter credits include WDAF in Kansas City, WFUN, Miami, and KTOP-WREN, Topeka, Kansas, and WJNO in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Mr. Fatherley retired from radio broadcasting in 1990. He is a freelance announcer-narrator, writer, and production consultant.

In, 1983, he was chosen one of the nation’s top radio air-personalities of the year by Billboard, and inducted into the Saint Louis Radio Hall of Fame in 2006.

He is a 1958 graduate of Darien Senior High School, and briefly attended Emerson College in Boston.

A longstanding resident of Kansas, Richard Fatherley resides in Kansas City, Kansas where he is completing his book titled Radio’s Revolution & the World’s Happiest Broadcasters, a study of the origins of the Top 40 radio format pioneered by the Mid-Continent Broadcasting Company, later known as the Storz Broadcasting Company.

Editors: Go to the following web sites for more information about Richard W. Fatherley:
Mr. Fatherley is the media advisor for the Kansas and Missouri MCDC and donates much of his time and expertise in making us sucessful. For those of you who live in the vicinity of the MCDC HOA Chapter he will co host a two part radio show on Kansas City Radio History on station KKFI-90.1 FM. This will air on April 2nd and 7th from 10:00 PM to 12 midnight both days
And so now you know if you had not guessed. The above four Patriots are volunteers for the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps in Kansas and Missouri. This is something I intend to send out frequently with the help of those of you in the MCDC, "Who are the Minutemen and Women of the MCDC?" because the public has a right to know the truth about who the MCDC volunteers are, what they are, what they are not.

I have been in three different outstanding groups of people in my lifetime that I have been extremely proud of and it has been and is an honor to be amongst them. The first group I was a part of was at the "cop shop" for 29 years, a third generation peace officer I was. For the most part cops are good people, thing is that I and they get paid for our service and that was good, an honorable and dangerous profession in my opinion, dedication required. The second group was with Search and Rescue in Chaffee County Colorado for no pay but also very rewarding, I worked with hero's that have saved lives and will in the future. The third and current group are the Patriotic Americans in the MCDC for no pay but again it is very rewarding, how rewarding I suppose will depend on the quality of our success. I have been proud to meet and work with many MCDC volunteers in the past three years and no one will meet a better bunch. They sacrifice their time and money to serve on the border as well as their hometowns and states, a better group of people you will never meet and the goal, our goal is to save America as we know it, not as they want it and you know who they are. There have been hero's in all three organizations in my opinion but in their own way and although it's at different levels I am proud to have served and to serve with all of them. When local radio talk show host Darla Jaye went to the border she challeged other media to go, they did not. She reported the same thing I have said about the quality in character of the men and women of the MCDC.

We Volunteers of the MCDC have been called many things with few exceptions, all are lies but reflect back on the "hate marketers" and that is the truth. This includes some past and current politicians and at least one past president but we know about them don't we? They admit to using dope, they have arrests for various charges and some SHOULD NOW be arrested on various chages including tax evasion. One past president has a DUI arrest under his belt (no pun) and they call us names? All for their own agendas, some of them are factually traitors and they call us names? We the People, we the Patriots are called everthing but what we are by most of the media.

They, the politicians and most media support the actual hate groups, La Raza, Acorn and the rest with taxpayer dollars while we Patriots operate on donations only, we are unpaid for our time. One fact I always go back to is that many of the DC and State politicians couldn't pass the background checks that we had to pass before becoming an MCDC Volunteer. Is that sad or what?

Having said all of the above I have asked MCDC Volunteers to submit to me biographies of their lives and experiences and I need more, you do not have to be from Kansas or Missouri, let's show them who we are all over the US of A. Send the bio's to me and I will post them on our web sites where we can compare them to the dope smoking, cocaine sniffing junkies, murders, tax evading, thieves and traitors in our political system from the very top on down. As mentioned anyone who applies for the MCDC has a background check done on them, do the politicians? Nope! Why not? Many of them would be turned away so as you will see there is no comparison between American Patriots of the MCDC and most politicians and I intend to prove it. Since the media is pro illegal, open border and NWO orientated we Patriots get no coverage so I depend on all of you to get the word out by the examples I will send out hopefully on a weekly basis. I will sumit first names only for obvious reasons but I will have the full names if anyone is dumb enough to challenge us, exceptions, some want their names out there and we will honor their wishes either way.

If you want to fly with the Eagles go to and join the MCDC

Don't miss the comparisons in the quiz in red, in the future they will be named along with their crimes and or alleged crimes. If it weren't true it might be funny:

The comparisons


36 have been accused of spousal abuse7 have been arrested for fraud 19have been accused of writing bad checks
117 have directly or indirectly
bankrupted at least 2 businesses
3 have done time for assault
71 cannotget a credit card due to bad credit
14 have been arrested on drug-related charges
8 have been arrested for shoplifting
21 currently are defendants in lawsuits, and
84have been arrested for drunk driving inthe last year
Canyou guess which organization this is?
Giveup yet? . . Scroll down,

Neither,it's the 435 members of the
United States Congress
Thesame group of Idiots that crank out
hundreds of new laws each year designed to keep the rest of us in line.




Blogger Myron & Sally Holter said...

I received this email froom Ed Hayes of the minutemen.

Ed attended our meeting one month.

March 30, 2009 at 4:04 AM  

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