Since the days of Plato, a few hundred years before Christ, there has been a debate between which is more powerful—culture or politics? Conservative commentator, and president of American Principles Project Foundation recently wrote an article in The Hill: “Social Conservatives Won’t Change Culture Without Politics.” In that article, Cannon notes, “There’s a popular idea circulating among social conservatives: ‘Politics is downstream of culture.’….And nothing could be further from the truth. Politics isn’t downstream from culture; it is a part of the culture and can drive culture as a whole.” Frank Cannon joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss this issue. www.americanprinciplesproject.org

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