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Friday, November 9, 2012


A short clip from Bradlee Dean's documentary called, "My War, about what is really going on in the public school system.

Listen to Bradlee Dean's radio broadcast, The Sons of Liberty, Monday - Friday 2-3pm CST at

Bradlee Dean is the founder and executive director of the non-profit ministry, YOU CAN RUN BUT YOU CANNOT HIDE INTERNATIONAL, that has reached over 500,000 youth with a message of truth and hope in schools across the country. He hosts a nationally syndicated radio show, THE SONS OF LIBERTY, a hard hitting radio program which attacks the hot issues of today, combats the lies in the media, and re-establishes the foundations of our country. Bradlee Dean recently debuted on FOX News as a part of a radio extraordinaire guest panel on Fox and Friends, was featured on MSNBC, and has been highlighted as a top story in various newspapers and magazines across the nation, including The Weekly Standard out of Washington, D.C.

Bradlee Dean is also drummer for the second-best unsigned band in the nation called JUNKYARD PROPHET, whose music videos have reached 111 million households four times over internationally and debuted on JCTV as 3rd in the United States.  Junkyard Prophet has sold over 40,000 albums in the Minneapolis area alone. Bradlee is endorsed by world-class companies such as Sonor, Buttkickers, Beatnik (including his own signature drum pad), Hornet Drumsticks (including his own signature sticks), and Soultone Cymbals.

In addition to this, he has spoken to countless churches, festivals, prisons, detention centers, radio and TV programs, and more. Bradlee Dean is known most for being a preacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ who speaks the uncompromising truth, like it or not. He is ordained as a minister both nationally and internationally, and is a graduate of the Institution on the Constitution. And even after all this, Bradlee’s most rewarding title and position is serving as husband and “Daddy” to four awesome little boys. This is the man who brings you, My War…


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