For an ideological camp that enjoys boasting about its imaginary commitment to “facts over feelings,” conservatives have failed to address these three issues.
Conspiracies Pushed By Atlantic’s Editor Excluded From Atlantic’s Denunciation Of Conspiracy Theories
In exploring how “America lost its mind,” The Atlantic let everyone in corporate media off the hook, saving most of the ire for obscure hippies, rednecks and postmodern academics.
Which “conspiracy theories” the media decide to care about and which they don’t is largely a function of who is advancing those conspiracy theories, and whose interests they serve. The Atlantic published a 12,000-word cover story by Kurt Andersen on