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How the CIA Hoodwinked Hollywood.
1 month ago by HibikiBlack to /s/ConspiracyRecord from theatlantic.com
Must It Be the Rest Against the West? Whites are doomed
3 months ago by Jesus to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
Plastic Recycling Doesn’t Work and Will Never Work
3 months ago by weavilsatemyface to /s/environment from theatlantic.com
Did Scientists Accidentally Invent an Anti-addiction Drug?
4 months ago by Entropick to /s/Health from theatlantic.com
The Moms Who Breastfeed Without Being Pregnant
5 months ago by [deleted] to /s/LateStageCapitalism from theatlantic.com
Free Speech for Me but Not for Thee
8 months ago by core3 to /s/Freedom from theatlantic.com
Drag Shows Are Free Speech
8 months ago by acti to /s/Freedom from theatlantic.com
Twitter Was the Ultimate Cancellation Machine - If the platform dies, how will people find quick justice?
8 months ago by [deleted] to /s/propaganda from theatlantic.com
8 months ago by HibikiBlack to /s/ConspiracyRecord from theatlantic.com
A new way to be mad. ~The Atlantic. Circa 2000
9 months ago by Alienhunter to /s/TumblrInAction from theatlantic.com
ChatGPT Will End High-School English
9 months ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from theatlantic.com
DeSantis’s Speech Policing Could Hurt the Right Too
10 months ago by bb3 to /s/Freedom from theatlantic.com
Atlantic writer proposes “a pandemic amnesty,” suggests that “we need to forgive one another for what we did and said when we were in the dark about COVID”…
11 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Coronavirus from theatlantic.com
Trump’s Warped Definition of Free Speech
11 months ago by bb3 to /s/Freedom from theatlantic.com
I Turned My Home Into a Fortress of Surveillance
11 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Surveillance from theatlantic.com
Elon Musk’s Texts Shatter the Myth of the Tech Genius - The world’s richest man has some embarrassing friends.
12 months ago by neolib to /s/technology from theatlantic.com
'My Little Pony' Fans Are Ready to Admit They Have a Nazi Problem
12 months ago by [deleted] to /s/NotTheOnion from theatlantic.com
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/DownTheMemoryHole from theatlantic.com
The Dark Psychology of Social Networks
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/Internet from theatlantic.com
Racist and classist: Liking peace and quiet
1 year ago by iamonlyoneman to /s/racism from theatlantic.com
"The Atlantic" digitized their entire archive, going back to 1857
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/USnews from theatlantic.com
Shadowbanning Is Big Tech’s Big Problem
1 year ago by raven9 to /s/censorship from theatlantic.com
1 year ago by Melodic_Programmer to /s/environment from theatlantic.com
What The New Yorker Didn’t Say About a Famous Writer’s Anti-Semitism. Just look at the photo to understand why she gets a pass.
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/DownTheMemoryHole from theatlantic.com
Perhaps you’ve noticed that the thing we call “social media'' is deeply antisocial—the thing that promised to unite us has done precisely the opposite. But the best explanation I have read to date was just published in the Atlantic Jonathan Haidt.
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
Why the past ten years of American life gave been uniquely stupid
1 year ago by jet199 to /s/OpinionPieces from theatlantic.com
Can a Dolphin Really Commit Rape?
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/whatever from theatlantic.com
That’s Not What Grooming Means
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/propaganda from theatlantic.com
1 year ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
The Five-Day Workweek Is Dying. Bosses of the world are getting all butt hurt over it.
1 year ago by IkeConn to /s/ButtHurt from theatlantic.com
Should I Just Get Omicron Over With?
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/Coronavirus from theatlantic.com
Why Are Young People Having So Little Sex?
1 year ago by BravoVictor to /s/porntrap from theatlantic.com
Arguably the most consequential magazine article of all time—“Broken Windows,” by James Q. Wilson and George Kelling—and the foundation of the restoration of public order in urban America from the 1990s up until our present progressive elites decided to chuck all that real progress into the gutter.
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/history from theatlantic.com
This piece is a classic in a particularly strange form of worry porn that progressives have become addicted to in the past half-decade. They insist that they don’t want something to happen, but they fixate on it so relentlessly that it’s abundantly clear that a deep part of them wants it to happen.
The Atlantic: The Pandemic of the Vaccinated Is Here
1 year ago by Maniak to /s/WayOfTheBern from theatlantic.com
David French in The Atlantic: The New Right’s Strange and Dangerous Cult of Toughness. An emerging culture idolizes a twisted version of “toughness” as the highest ideal and despises a false version of “weakness” as the lowest vice.
The Bad Guys Are Winning
1 year ago by CottageSamuel to /s/For_Slavs from theatlantic.com
A Secretive Hedge Fund Is Gutting Newsrooms
1 year ago by carn0ld03 to /s/economics from theatlantic.com
A New, Cheaper Form of Meth Is Wreaking Havoc on America
1 year ago by Drewski to /s/Drugs from theatlantic.com
You guys saw saidit got mentioned in a "The Atlantic" article a ways back, right?
1 year ago by magnora7 to /s/SaidIt from theatlantic.com
What if people don’t just invent medical symptoms to get attention—what if they feign oppression, too?
1 year ago by jet199 to /s/Psychology from theatlantic.com
The Experts Somehow Overlooked Authoritarians on the Left
Then a couple of women brought out these trays of cups of what they said was cyanide-laced Kool-Aid, or Flavor-Aid—whichever they had. Everybody drank it. If we didn’t drink it, we were forced to drink it. If we ran, we thought we’d be shot. At the end of it, we were wondering, Why aren’t we dead?
2 years ago by Orangutan to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
The Day the Space Station Lurched
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/space from theatlantic.com
Facebook Cares About Privacy - But Only If You’re an Advertiser. The social giant kicked off researchers studying how political ads can encourage targeted voter suppression, leaving citizens with little insight into how they’re manipulated on the platform.
2 years ago by Pis-dur to /s/WorldNews from theatlantic.com
Unvaccinated People Belong on the No-Fly List
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Coronavirus from theatlantic.com
Modern Porn Education Is Totally Unprepared for Modern Porn: Courses to train young people to be ethical consumers of porn have a hugely complex task ahead of them.
2 years ago by thefirststone to /s/whatever from theatlantic.com
When Children Say They’re Trans - article by Jesse Singal, 2018Transing Children
2 years ago by reluctant_commenter to /s/LGBDropTheT from theatlantic.com
Critics of critics race theory debate themseves
2 years ago by wendolynne to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
The Internet Is Rotting
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Internet from theatlantic.com
The Lie We Tell Ourselves About Going to Bed Early
2 years ago by jet199 to /s/Health from theatlantic.com
THE ATLANTIC continues to gut what's left of its reputation "The War on Trans Kids Is Totally Unconstitutional"
2 years ago by BEB to /s/GenderCritical from theatlantic.com
A 2014 report in The Atlantic written by journalist Matti Freidman suggested Associated Press were well aware of Hamas's presence in the building - and chose not to report it. Hamas fighters would regularly 'burst into the AP's Gaza bureau and threaten the staff—and the AP wouldn't report it.'
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/media_criticism from theatlantic.com
2 years ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
No One Is Prepared for Hagfish Slime - The Atlantic
2 years ago by zyxzevn to /s/Biology from theatlantic.com
The Utility of White-Bashing
2 years ago by jet199 to /s/Collusion from theatlantic.com
Forgotten People Fighting the Forever War
2 years ago by Tomoko to /s/news from theatlantic.com
Yes, the Pandemic Is Ruining Your Body
2 years ago by super1 to /s/news from theatlantic.com
The Atlantic: A Whole Bunch of Transgender Researchers Insist Trans Kids 'Know Who They Are'. Case Closed, Everyone!
2 years ago by Femaleisnthateful to /s/GenderCritical from theatlantic.com
And here is an OUTRIGHT ADMISSION that "resistance" journalists will be going back to sleep under Biden's administration.
2 years ago by tabesadff to /s/WayOfTheBern from theatlantic.com
The Life in "The Simpsons" Is No Longer Attainable
2 years ago by magnora7 to /s/news from theatlantic.com
Facebook Is a Doomsday Machine | The Atlantic
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Facebook from theatlantic.com
The Secret Internet of TERFs
2 years ago by bluetinfoilhat to /s/GenderCriticalUSA from theatlantic.com
The Secret Internet of TERFs - The Atlantic publishes poorly-researched hit piece about radical feminist site Ovarit
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/GenderCritical from theatlantic.com
"Reddit’s Banned Hate Groups Are Still Here": The Atlantic magazine tries (not very hard) to understand WTF that purge was all about
2 years ago by AngelaMotorman to /s/GenderCritical from theatlantic.com
The Nazi Inspiring China’s Communists
2 years ago by JuliusCaesar225 to /s/debatealtright from theatlantic.com
Paul Verhoeven's Starship Troopers film is a parody of war, Hollywood war films and the control of a fascist state.
Trump’s Doctor Comes From a Uniquely American Brand of Medicine
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/news from theatlantic.com
overlooked variable is the key to the pandemic
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/whatever from theatlantic.com
20% of covid-19 carriers are responsible for 80% of infections. 70% of infected people don't infect a single other person.
2 years ago by jet199 to /s/Coronavirus from theatlantic.com
Behind the 'Bad Indian Coder'
3 years ago by suckitreddit to /s/programming from theatlantic.com
Women Scientists Have the Evidence About Sexism
3 years ago by Happy_face_caller to /s/PinkPillFeminism from theatlantic.com
3 years ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
Power Shortage - Women’s rights are human rights. But rights are nothing without the power to claim them.
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/GenderCritical from theatlantic.com
"A New Way to Be Mad" - Reposting this classic!
3 years ago by eddyelric to /s/GenderCritical from theatlantic.com
How Trigger Warnings Are Hurting Mental Health on Campus
3 years ago by sproketboy to /s/whatever from theatlantic.com
The Still-Misunderstood Shape of the Clitoris - just to show how even biological women have not been told about their bodies, but now TiM's claim ownership over it with literal ballsacks.
3 years ago by vitunrotta to /s/GenderCritical from theatlantic.com
A Newsroom at the Edge of Autocracy: The South China Morning Post is arguably the world’s most important newspaper—for what it tells us about media freedoms as China’s power grows.
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/China from theatlantic.com
Trump Is Determined to Split the Country in Two
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/news from theatlantic.com
The Dehumanizing Condescension of 'White Fragility'
3 years ago by SierraKiloBravo to /s/books from theatlantic.com
A New Way to Be Mad
3 years ago by Susiesmum to /s/DownTheMemoryHole from theatlantic.com
How J. K. Rowling Became Voldemort
3 years ago by Camberian to /s/GenderCritical from theatlantic.com
30 Years Ago, Romania Deprived Thousands of Babies of Human Contact
3 years ago by Nechama to /s/Psychology from theatlantic.com
The Atlantic in April: "Georgia’s Experiment in Human Sacrifice" shaming people for being in the street. Today: shaming people for not being in the street.
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/ClownWorld from theatlantic.com
Study: ADHD Symptoms Persist Despite Medication in 9 Out of 10 Kids
4 years ago by Anticapitalist to /s/Antipsychiatry from theatlantic.com
How I Became a Poker Champion in Less Than a Year
3 years ago by Drewski to /s/Games from theatlantic.com
The CDC and States Are Misreporting COVID-19 Test Data
3 years ago by Drewski to /s/Coronavirus from theatlantic.com
"The Conspiracy Theorists Are Winning"
3 years ago by Vigte to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
A Biblical Mystery at Oxford: A renowned scholar claimed that he discovered a first-century gospel fragment. Now he’s facing allegations of antiquities theft, cover-up, and fraud.
3 years ago by Vigte to /s/history from theatlantic.com
Small-Business Die-Off Is Here
3 years ago by freespeech to /s/news from theatlantic.com
The Atlantic: Hurrah for Pandemic Censorship!
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/censorship from theatlantic.com
We Are Living in a Failed State
3 years ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
The Technology That Could Free America From Quarantine (The "solutions" are always worse than the "problem")
3 years ago by Tom_Bombadil to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
3 years ago by Tom_Bombadil to /s/Coronavirus from theatlantic.com
Creeping Authoritarianism Has Finally Prevailed
Books Briefing: If Your Attention Span Is Shrinking, Read Poetry
3 years ago by Drewski to /s/books from theatlantic.com
I don't think this is reasonable at all!
3 years ago by dafadu to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
Left and right agree now is the time to ditch the constitution
3 years ago by jamesK_3rd to /s/news from theatlantic.com
Feminist absolutely outraged that her husband voted his conscience. "Voting for a progressive woman felt like a chance so rare that it caused me to fume at my own husband for making a different decision."
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/politics from theatlantic.com