The Two Culture Leaders Changing Today's World

History has shown, in countless examples, the reality and value of leadership – George Washington, Ulysses Grant, Eisenhower, and Churchill, to name a few. Studying the movement of history, it's clear that the character, resolve, and intelligence of these leaders played a big part in historical change.  Great leaders often changed the course of their times. There is another kind of leader who is less obvious.  Dub them culture leaders – a description of those who wrote and spoke new historical trends into existence.  They are as important as the generals who won victories.  Think of John Locke, Thomas Jefferson, John and Abigail Adams for the Revolutionary War.  Think of Harriet Beecher Stowe, Frederick Douglass, and Abraham Lincoln as the most famous who wrote and spoke prior to the Civil War. One of Breitbart's most famous and compelling lines was "Politics is downstream from...(Read Full Article)