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Bryan Stevens joins us from Atlanta, Georgia, where he serves the trade industries as a business owner, serves his church as a Prayer Team Leader and serves the patriot community as the founder of “Survival On Purpose.” Bryan’s recent commentary on the fastest ways to get yourself killed as a concealed carry citizen grabbed our attention.
Tonight we discuss the primacy of the Constitution, what is happening to traditional America and the Biblical principles of family, God, country and moral certitude in a world that seems less and less certain about anything.
Bryan Stevens is the father of four sons ages 17 through 31. Two of whom are Eagle Scouts. Bryan has dedicated years to the shaping of young men in order to equip them for leadership roles in business, church and family.
You can find Bryan’s videos on the YouTube channel “Survival On Purpose”, where he dissiminates information on everything from Constitutional gun ownership to preparation tactics and gear reviews designed for regular folks.
Richard Nelson is the executive director of the Commonwealth Policy Center, a non-profit 501c4 working to shore up the pillars of society—sanctity of life, man/woman marriage, religious freedom and fiscal stewardship. He currently serves on the Pennyrile Christian Community Board and previously served on the Trigg County Hospital Corporation Board and also the Trigg County Fiscal Court as magistrate.
Richard’s articles and opinion pieces have appeared in several newspapers including the Lexington Herald-Leader, Cincinnati Enquirer, and Louisville Courier-Journal. He’s been a guest on Kentucky Educational Television’s (KET) Kentucky Tonight pro-gram. He hosts an hour-long, live weekly radio program that reaches much of Western Kentucky and Middle TN. He also produces the Commonwealth Minute—a daily radio commentary aired on 65 stations in seven states. He is also a regular guest on radio shows throughout the state. He is available to speak to churches, governmental bodies and civic groups across the Commonwealth.
He served as a policy analyst with The Family Foundation of Kentucky from 1997-2012. Previous employment includes: Field biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Jamestown, ND; Research assistant in the Wisconsin State Capitol; Policy analyst for Family Research Institute of Wisconsin: and Board of Directors for Pro-life Wisconsin. He graduated with a BS in triple majors of biology, wildlife management and resource management from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 1992 and earned a Master of Arts in public policy from Regent University in 1995. He is certified by the Wildlife Society as a wildlife biologist and certified by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction as a secondary education teacher in environmental science.
Richard is an outdoors enthusiast and formerly ran an award-winning taxidermy stu-dio in Cadiz, KY. In his free time, he enjoys hunting, fishing and camping with his family at Land between the Lakes. Father of three girls and a boy and grandfather to Lyanna, he resides in Cadiz with his wife Kari of 28 years on their farm where they keep cat-tle, horses, two dogs and two cats.
Writings: Published in USA Today, Cincinnati Enquirer, Louisville Courier-Journal and Lexington Herald-Leade; Regular column contributor to state newspapers
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by Captain Beyond