Courtesy of Townhall comes this story which bolsters one of the serious points underlying the predominantly humorous (or so I intended) piece I wrote for this morning’s web site. Also, if you have the patience to wait for our May issue of the print magazine, I touch on the same topic again in an article there. Anyway, the point is that Hollywood has it all wrong: Americans do not habitually spend time and energy looking for extramarital pleasures. Adultery is not a way of life. And fidelity remains a virtue honored not just in the breach, but in the faithful observation thereof.
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