I came upon this article by one Peggy Drexler today. It's a marvelous piece of cynical gibberish about Bill and Hillary Clinton's 'surprising secret' to their marriage.
It's actually repugnant given what we know about the Clintons; particularly Bill's sexual predatory practices smoothly glossed over by the author.
But it's pretty much the norm where contemporary liberal "thinking" lies these days. Which is to say in a ditch not unlike a carcass yet to be found.
"It's easy to judge others' relationships, especially at a time in our social history when many couples are quick to call it quits.
This is not to say that all marriages should endure, even through the sorts of hurtful times the Clintons experienced. But it is to say that all marriages tell multiple stories, and that, in the end, the marriages that last are the ones that can count on mutual support, respect, love, and coming together when it really matters."
How an Ivy League professor of psychology can write such drivel directly points to the current malaise academia finds itself in.
She's not alone. In fact, she's just part of a wave of dumbasses who are in positions of power doing and saying stupid and insipid things.
This ties into the video above. The progressive left have come full circle since the early 20th century and anyone who has given life to or supported it have played their part right up to Obama.
It's a sorry state of affairs. Personally, I don't think there's much we can do to reverse this race to the bottom. Pandering to the lowest common denominator is in a current free fall and we have to let it crash until it hits the pavement splashing like a sack of wet cement.
Only then can we begin the process of cleaning up the mess left behind by progressives. Only then will we see our version of The Renaissance.