YOU CAN RUN BUT YOU CANNOT HIDE INTERNATIONAL
Bradlee Dean is the founder of You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International and The Sons of Liberty, a ministry with a mission to reshape America by re-directing the current and future generations both morally and spiritually through education, media, and the Judeo-Christian values found in our U.S. Constitution. He is host of the live, nationally syndicated radio broadcast, The Sons of Liberty, a weekly columnist for 40 columns nation-wide, and drummer of the band Junkyard Prophet.
Dean provides an uncompromising approach to hot topics like media bias, our U.S. Constitution, abortion, traditional marriage, the price paid by our veterans and more.
“Bradlee delivered a much needed conservative message to our campus. The open-mic forum stirred up a bit of controversy that made our mission as conservative activists extremely effective. Also coming from a post-abortion perspective, Dean was exceptional at reaching those with opposite views. I am now pro-life and not looking back,” - Elizabeth Ilse, St. Cloud State University.
The program starts with an optional band performance by Junkyard Prophet, continuing with a multi-media presentation by Bradlee Dean and the popular open-mic forum to finish.
LIVE CONCERT WITH Junkyard Prophet :
Please see the band's official website for more details.
BRADLEE DEAN/MULTI-MEDIA PRESENTATION:
Bradlee Dean is the founder of You Can Run But You Canot Hide International and The Sons of Liberty, host of nationally syndaicated radio broadcast, The Sons of Liberty, and drummer for international band, Junkyard Prophet.
Bradlee Dean will use his own personal experience, along with a multi-media presentation, to discuss issues such as the media, personal responsibility, abortion, marriage, true freedom, America’s moral foundation, the United States Constitution in relation to society today, and the price paid for our freedom. It is an overall message of responsibility.
*If the event is at a college, we will then commence an open mic forum for students to bring questions or thoughts to Mr. Dean.
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