Tag Archives: The Atlantic

The Atlantic Endorses Hillary In Only Their Third Endorsement Since The Magazine Launched In 1860

In 1860 they endorsed Lincoln and in 1964 it was LBJ. From the editors of The Atlantic: Today, our position is similar to the one in which The Atlantic’s editors found themselves in 1964. We are impressed by many of the qualities of the Democratic Party’s nominee for president, even as we are exasperated by others, but we are mainly ...

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The Atlantic Takes On Huckabee Over Claim That States Can Ignore SCOTUS

On Tuesday Mike Huckabee told right wing radio host Hugh Hewitt that states have the right to defy the Supreme Court should they rule in favor of nationwide marriage equality. Huckabee has said the same whackadoodle thing in the past (as have Bryan Fischer and others), but this time his remarks have gotten wide notice due to his potential bid ...

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The Atlantic Maps The Protests

The Atlantic is tracking the anti-American protests exploding across many nations today. The map is being updated as reports come in.

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The Tyranny Of New York

Conor Friedersdorf writes in an Atlantic piece titled The Tyranny Of New York: New York City’s role on the American scene isn’t unhealthy merely because it attracts creative, ambitious people with its dynamism, or because its residents have a healthy ego about the relative merits of their city. The problem is that along with those inevitable traits of great cities, ...

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Uninventing Suburbia

Over at The Atlantic, Richard Florida thinks the current economic crisis will result in the most radical redrawing of the physical American landscape since the onset of the Industrial Age. The housing bubble was the ultimate expression, and perhaps the last gasp, of an economic system some 80 years in the making, and now well past its “sell-by” date. The ...

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