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.

Categories: Vocal Point

Leave a Reply

  • Follow Jerry Newcombe

    Visit Us On FacebookVisit Us On TwitterVisit Us On Linkedin
  • What Others Are Saying

    Ramjan Thakre, executive producer of Miracle, Saransdal, Norway: “Aril [Edvardsen] was pleased with the Malawi editions of Miracle [produced by JN]. We are translating two of the programs for the satellite broadcasts to the Arab world…Russia, Nigeria, Uganda and Denmark. The staff here had nothing but good to say about you. Everyone appreciated your personality, your patience and skill.”
  • Site Created By:

  • Admin Menu