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This week: Jesse gets sent directly to Jewish Hell for misrepresenting Judaism, Men’s Health becomes the next to fall to ideological capture and publishes the worst advice column of all time, and Win Butler of Arcade Fire fame becomes the next to be canceled due to allegations of sexual misconduct. But as usual, there may be more to the story…
Nathan Robinson review WITH MAJOR SPOILER
NPR on Rowling’s new book
Trace’s article on Biden’s student loan cancellation program
Judaism lore: on graven images
Men’s Health publishes the worst advice column ever (a record soon to be shattered)
Pitchfork breaks news of allegations against Win Butler of Arcade Fire fame
Image: DUBLIN, IRELAND - AUGUST 30: Richard Reed Parry, Win Butler, Tim Kingsbury, Régine Chassagne and Sarah Neufeld of Arcade Fire perform at The 3Arena Dublin on August 30, 2022 in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Debbie Hickey/Getty Images)