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Sundown: Rahm’s Bill

Plus, the pain of the Jewish writer, and more

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• Rahm meets his foul-mouthed twitter imposter, explains it was good therapy, gives him $5,000… So probably saved money he would’ve spent on a real therapist. [Chicago Sun-Times]

• After the slowest news day ever, Tablet Magazine contributor David Rakoff explains how writing is hard. Word. [Read Roll]

• The dilemma of being a Jewish writer. [The Millions]

• An Israeli rabbi is attacking a Knesset member for marrying a gentile. He said, “A Knesset member in a mixed marriage, for no reason, is more than I can tolerate.” No reason? Maybe she likes the guy or something. [YNet]

• Inside the war room with settlers. [YNet]

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Sundown: Rahm’s Bill

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