After Dark – On Crossing the Rubicon, Bad Vibes Loan Forgiveness, and the Post-Religious Sexual World of Andrew Tate

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At the end of every month, Emily Jashinsky and Inez Stepman run through a docket of the past several weeks of news and analysis. This month, they discuss how the right should respond to the raid at Mar-A-Lago and the potential prosecution of political opposition, the rage the direct class politics of student loan bailouts has stirred up, and whether older millennial victims of the mainstreamed sexual revolution will become Cassandras for the next generation, or drag them down the same path.


Plus: Inez warns Emily about the dangers of consorting with Tankies, and the ladies chat about whether the post-religious sexual market the left has begged for has instead built a playground for guys like Andrew Tate.

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