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London Review of Books publisher Nicholas Spice believes in his audience, e
Image via Wikipedia By BOB ANDELMAN There has been a lot of whining in recent years about the fate of the physical book?and, for that matter, magazines and newspapers. We?re in an era of rapidly shifting habits, spending more time, effort and money on the digital word over its print cousin. And yet there are some happy hangers-on to the old ways and old days. Nicholas Spice, the publisher of the London Review of Books, for example, is about to join me to say that his publication?s numbers are up, not just on the web but in the dead trees edition, too. Incidentally, the London Review of Books?which you can preview online @ lrb.co.uk?is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its U.S. edition this month, April 2010. NICHOLAS SPICE AUDIO EXCERPT: "I think there is a tremendous tradition of reading in the States; almost half our readers are in the U.S.?20,000 readers, which is pretty good, really, for a U.K. magazine." Open in your default playerDetach into a separate wi...
By: Mr. Media
Above The Law: Former Veep, Richard ?Dick? Cheney Admits To Committing Mult
Where Are The Feds And Why Haven’t They Arrested Dick Cheney Yet? Okay, we all know — or at least, those of us who don’t have our heads stuck in that Senate “Partisanville” the Democratic Senator from Indiana, Evan Bayh has chosen to abandon at the end of his current... This is only a comment summary. Visit http://guntotingliberal.com to view the lastest content complete with some of the most outrageous original photoshops in the political blogosphere!
Atheist Presents Gospel, Christian Exposes Unbelief
Apparently, the known atheists Christopher Hitchens sat down with the former ?minister? of the First Unitarian Church of Portland, Marilyn Sewell, for an interview. The discussion was based around Hitchens book, God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.Interestingly, Hitchens describes himself through the words of Pascal, ?in his Pensťes, his great apology for Christianity??so made that they cannot believe?,? declaring he is one of the ?10 percent of us (who) just never can bring themselves to take religion seriously.? Though, he does not deny ?religion as natural to humans? or that ?we do seem in the majority to have a tendency to worship, and to look for patterns that lead to supernatural conclusions,? it would seem that he apparently believes he was created (or evolved) without equal proneness to such things within his own being. He notes, it?s not because of intellect, so must it be natural selection? I jest.In question #4, Hitchens not only presents the gospel, but als...
Far-Right Talk Radio Shock Jock And Regular Fox News Commentator Admits Wat
Sean Hannity Who Famously Volunteered To Be Waterboarded? NOPE — Erich “Mancow” Muller Who Actually Had The Gonies To Go Through With His Claim… “It’s way worse than I thought it would be.” admitted Mancow (NBC Chicago), who had, by volunteering to be... This is only a comment summary. Visit http://guntotingliberal.com to view the lastest content complete with some of the most outrageous original photoshops in the political blogosphere!
Kind of old, but important if you never saw it: Christopher Hitchens gets
This guy originally said waterboarding was not torture.† Watch the video and see how a tiny amount of water makes him give up in a matter of seconds… Even CIA agents only last 14 seconds at this, on average.
Chris Hitchens Nails It. . .
From yesterday's Hugh Hewitt show: What I?m thinking is that in a little while, people will be marveling over who well she?s done in West Virginia and Kentucky. And by that time, the vote will have become thoroughly racialized, if you don?t mind that rather disgusting expression. And people will be speaking about Barack Obama as having won the black vote, as if there was such a thing as if... Click the Headline Link to Visit Copious Dissent and Read the Full Story.
Hitchens On Obama?s Latest Primary Victory
Christopher Hitchens has a funny column in the Mirror about Barack Obama’s latest primary victory and his battle with Hillary Clinton. addthis_url = 'http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thehotjoints.-com%2F2008%2F05%2F07%2Fhitchens--on-obamas-latest-primary-victo-ry%2F'; addthis_title = 'Hitchens+On+Obama%26%238217%3B-s+Latest+Primary+Victory'; addthis_pub = ''; Related PostsObama’s Promise Of A New MajorityClinton Showing No Signs Of Leaving RaceChris Mathews: MSNBC Support ...
Brian Williams: When was the last time you went to church? Same question to the lot of you Pope ring kissers off-the-chart about the Pontiff's visit. Has the Vatican's Swiss Army Guard sent anthrax letters? Venal George Bush tells the Pope his speech yesterday was "awesome?" The Devil to whom Bush sold his soul responds to the prez's straying from Satan's playbook with an earthquake in Illinois."Faced with the prospect of salvation," Tim Russert blabs to Brian Williams this am on his private audience with the Pope yesterday, "I kept my mouth shut." Tim and Wolf Blitzer were the "Buffalo Boys" version of Milwaukee's finest: "Laverne & Shirley Meet The Pope." Except they kept their yaps shut. TV Newser: "I must say, I don't often say it, but I truly feel blessed that I had this opportunity to do what I've just done," said Blitzer to CNN's John King who was sub-anchoring the Situation Room while Blitzer was at the University. King said, "Pope Benedict may be the only m...
Christopher Hitchens: Barack Obama is no Martin Luther King
The so-called black leaders who Barack Obama used to acquire his black political identity, and from whom he does not distance,¬†are certainly no disciples of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.¬†¬† They are races hustlers.¬†¬†¬† Christopher Hitchens, makes a bold assertion, “Today, the national civil rights pulpit is largely occupied by second-rate shakedown artists:”¬†¬†¬†Further, Hitchens makes it stick.¬†¬† BO may claim to transcend race, but his friends certainly do not. ÔŅĹ Technorati Tags: Obama
Christopher Hitchens: Hillary Clinton Is Soppy and Bitchy
Sen. Hillary Clinton is cold and calculating; I wouldn't be surprised if she's able to regulate her heart beat. Everything she does is orchestrated, every "ad lib" comment has been vetted and tested. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Christopher Hitchens Corrects Andrew Sullivan's Grammar: Different From
One of my biggest pet peeves is when people use the phrase "different than" rather than "different from." Well, on Tim Russert's show today, Christopher Hitchens corrected Andrew Sullivan's grammar. It made me love Christopher Hitchens even more. Click the Headline Link to Visit Copious Dissent and Read the Full Story.
Hillary's Mask Of Lies
This is why I love about hirsute now hairless atheist Christopher Hitchens (left).There are two kinds of deliberate and premeditated deceit, commonly known as suggestio falsi and suppressio veri. (Neither of them is covered by the additionally lying claim of having "misspoken.") The first involves what seems to be most obvious in the present case: the putting forward of a bogus or misleading account of events. But the second, and often the more serious, means that the liar in question has also attempted to bury or to obscure something that actually is true. Christopher Hitchens SlateExecutive summary: Hillary's insistence on nothing standing in the way of her disasterous health care BS during Bill's first term killed more than 250,000 Bosnians: Taking the advice of Al Gore and National Security Advisor Tony Lake, Bill agreed to a proposal to bomb Serbian military positions while helping the Muslims acquire weapons to defend themselves?the fulfillment of a pledge he had made during...
Hitchens: ?The Tall Tale Of Tuzla?
Read why Christopher Hitchens says Hillary Clinton’s Bosnian misadventure should disqualify her from the presidency, and a whole lot more. addthis_url = 'http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thehotjoints.-com%2F2008%2F04%2F01%2Fhitchens--the-tall-tale-of-tuzla%2F'; addthis_title = 'Hitchens%3A+%26%238220%3BThe+T-all+Tale+Of+Tuzla%26%238221%3B'-; addthis_pub = ''; Related PostsVideo: Air Force Pilot Who Flew Clinton To Bosnia Speaks OutHitchens Calls Clintons The “Gruesome Twosome”Clinton ...
Christopher Hitchens' identity crisis
Recent online discussions about Obama and the race factor, prompted me to revisit a Hitchens column ,"identity crisis", that appeared in Slate in January.Hitchens' objections to placing "emphasis on shade" makes it ironic that he sort of does. In a reference to Obama he says - "And why is a man with a white mother considered to be "black," anyway?"That's hardly the point. The point is that Obama has chosen to articulate himself as African-American. Nor incidentally is Obama's African-American identity easily pigeonholed, despite Hitchens' best efforts with Trinity United - "a sub-standard and shade oriented place."Then we we get this:"Last week happened to be the week that the nation of Kenya‚ÄĒbirthplace of Obama's father‚ÄĒwas convulsed by a political war that contained ghastly overtones of violent and sadistic tribalism. It would sound as absurd to a Kenyan to hear praise for a black candidate as it would sound to most of my European readers to hear a recommendation of a "g...
By: Aidan Maconachy
It's only fitting that Christopher Hitchens occupy the hallowed space of Chickaboomer's three-thousandth post. From the bitch on heels to the bitch on eels, Vanity Fair gives erudite snaky incendiary Hitchens's irate readers a bitch niche. Vanity Fair email@example.com.
An obviously hung over Christopher Hitchens surfaces on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" this a.m. on top of his game. Any guy who submits to full-body waxing (sac, back & crack) isn't going to let a mere hangover cramp his acerbic style. NewsBusters vidHitchenisms: "Anyone who like me when they think about the Clintons thinks about zombies, thinks about the undead, thinks about stakes through the heart, silver bullets and so on, has just received confirmation. It's as bad as we thought it was going to be.""She would do anything, she wouldn't mind running as George Wallace if it would get her the nomination."Hitchens on Obama: "I repeatedly call him a shallow and flaky candidate. I thought he was an incredibly successful shallow and flaky candidate." He goes off on Obama's Chicago church but keep in mind atheist Hitchens's anti-organized religion books and articles. He quit smoking (supposedly) last October after Vanity Fair paid for his body makeover. Although I'm not 100 percent...
Hitchens: To Hell With The Archbishop of Canterbury
Christopher Hitchens has a great piece in Slate about the ridiculous endorsement of Sharia law by the archbishop of Canterbury. The worldwide criticism of the archbishop’s comments has now turned to calls for his resignation, which frankly are more than justified considering the stupidity of his comments. Picture the life of a young Urdu-speaking woman brought ...
Coluna de Christopher Hitchens na revista √Čpoca
Repostado de √Čpoca.Est√° na hora de os EUA abolirem a CIAA CIA acaba de dar credibilidade ao regime mentiroso do Ir√£.Parece improv√°vel que o presidente George W. Bush tenha tomado conhecimento do relat√≥rio da CIA, sua ag√™ncia de intelig√™ncia, sobre as ambi√ß√Ķes nucleares iranianas s√≥ alguns dias antes de n√≥s. Mas sua rea√ß√£o mostra que ele pode estar dizendo a verdade. Afinal, se o governo soubesse h√° mais tempo que os mul√°s haviam apertado o bot√£o ‚Äúpausa‚ÄĚ no fim de 2003, poderia alegar que a deposi√ß√£o de Saddam Hussein impressionou os iranianos tanto quanto os l√≠bios, fazendo-os reconsiderar sua vontade de desafiar o tratado de n√£o-prolifera√ß√£o de armas.Visto que a verifica√ß√£o do imenso estoque da L√≠bia tamb√©m revelou o com√©rcio nuclear paquistan√™s, a remo√ß√£o de Saddam do tabuleiro teve mais efeito para conter o com√©rcio ilegal de armas de destrui√ß√£o em massa do que se acredita.Ningu√©m sabe o que fez as ag√™ncias de intelig√™ncia americanas mudar ...
By: Reduto dos Ateus
Hitchens Calls Clintons The ?Gruesome Twosome?
Christopher Hitchens has written another great piece for Slate. This time he weighs in on Bill Clinton using the race card in South Carolina and refers to Bill and Hillary as the “gruesome twosome.” -Chris Jones addthis_url = 'http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thehotjoints.-com%2F2008%2F01%2F28%2Fhitchens--calls-clintons-gruesome-twosom-e%2F'; addthis_title = 'Hitchens+Calls+Clintons+The+%2-6%238220%3BGruesome+Twosome%26%-238221%3B'; addthis_pub = ''; Related PostsKathleen ...
Al Sharpton To Bill Clinton: Shut Up!
Don Imus riffed on today's show that if it were he and not Bill Clinton who had remarked that Barack Obama's presidential run is nothing more than a Jesse Jackson retread (my words - Clinton likened Obama's SC win to Jesse's back in the day to further minimize and corral BO as the "black candidate) - he'd be hearing from Al Sharpton. Again. Fishbowl NY Today on ABC's "The View" Sharpton bluntly ordered Hill's shill Bill to shut his gaping foul maw. "It's time for him to stop. As one of the most outspoken people in America, there's a time to shut up, and I think that time has come." Watch the vidBoozing former nicotine-stained wretch (he quit in October) Christopher Hitchens (right) with the gritty balls to get his balls waxed for a Vanity Fair ongoing series on beautifying himself: "How can one equal Bill Clinton for thuggery and opportunism when it comes to the so-called race card?... And where does one even start with the breathtaking nastiness of his own conduct I never ...
Genuflect, Genuflect, Genuflect
My anti-establishment, anti-Christ, smoking in the shower, scotch-swilling hero and ball waxing survivor Christopher Hitchens manifests at a DC soiree and talks his way through Tom Lehrer's 1959 Christmas Carol. Wash Post's Reliable Sources babes Amy Argetsinger and the lovely and witty Roxanne Roberts got to write about it today. Christmas time is here, by gollyDisapproval would be follyDeck the halls with hunks of hollyFill the cup and don't say when.Kill the turkeys, ducks and chickensMix the punch, drag out the DickensEven though the prospect sickensBrother, here we go again. The dweeby Harvard math whiz Lehrer's biggest hit: The Vatican Rag DC's own Mark Russell called Lehrer "the greatest satirist that ever lived."
The Four Horsemen - Hour 2
Posted below is the second hour to The Four Horsemen, a roundtable discussion with Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, and Daniel Dennet. View Hour 1 Here. Hour 2 You can also preorder the DVD at RichardDawkins.net . Share This
The Four Horsemen - Hour 1
RichardDawkins.net has recently posted a literal roundtable discussion of Atheism with Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Daniel C. Dennet, and Christopher Hitchens. So essentially you have the four most popular Atheist writers today discussing the reception of their books and how the non-atheist has generally reacted to their argument. A very interesting two hour conversation and there ...
Hitchens exposes Romney and his baloney
You might recall during a heated debate about penis size with fellow U.S. Republican Presidential hopeful, Rudy Giuliani, that Mitt Romney said his penis was made of baloney and that all the Mormon chicks dig it. Well, now it seems Mr. Romney is at it again with a window dressing about his Mormonism. Almost the ...
By: Turd on a Stick
Hitchens - A Rebuttal
Christopher Hitchens has written a masterpiece of idiocy and foolishness on The Slate. This shows the true triumph of distorted ideas and baseless convictions in the face of evidence, logic or scholarship. I haven't laughed so much in ages. In fact, since I really don't like Chanukah, this is probably the best thing that has happened all week!This rebuttal of what Christopher Hitchens says is only scratching the surface of his mistakes and errors. But I have to leave room for others as well.The basis of his arguments is that Chanukah celebrates the triumph of theocratic darkness against the enlightenment of Greek philosophy and science. He obviously didn't go to cheder, or to history class, because this is the opposite of what historical records show.Although there are claims that Alexander the Great was a student of Aristotle and a philosopher in his own right, no such claims are extended to Antiochus IV Epiphanes. He was the first king to declare himself to be a god, and was co...
Something To Give Thanks For
As always Christopher Hitchens says it best in his latest column discussing the flood of recent good news coming out of Iraq. I am not at all certain that any of this apparently good news is really genuine or will be really lasting. However, I am quite sure both that it could be true and ...
Wax And Pain
NYDN Rush & Molloy: Be thankful Graydon Carter isn't your boss. The Vanity Fair honcho ordered columnist Christopher Hitchens to get a makeover for the October issue, after which Hitchens felt more like a POW than well-kempt gentleman. The Brit endured six hours of dental rejuvenation and some manscaping thanks to a "sack, back and crack" wax. Says Hitchens: "The combined effect was like being tortured for information you do not possess." I wrote about this before. I thought the hirsute Hitchens volunteered for this tour of duty. Perhaps they sprung the waxing on him AFTER he got to the spa. Maybe he was characteristically drunk. It hurts. Remember Steve Carell in "40-Year-Old Virgin"? Part One of Hitchens's spa torture tactics here. Silver lining: the pain wanes straight away. It's all hype. Here's the self-destructive Hitchens smoking in the shower. Note the missing chest hair. BTW I adore the fabulously talented Christopher Hitchens. And prefer hairless men...
Christoper Hitchens: Isolationism Isn?t the Answer
Christopher Hitchens has delivered another very insightful piece relating to the War on Terror. He debunks the tired argument from the left that the only reason terrorism exists in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere is because we’re there. If we would just bring the troops home, then everything would settle down. Most people that actually apply critical ...
Dinesh D'Souza debates Christopher Hitchens on Christianity and God.
View here A couple of points: 1. When Hitchens says, "no decent atheist would do this," he's essentially saying, "no person who wouldn't do this would do this." => Read more!
god is not Great: (not) A Book Review
Regular readers may remember me expressing an intention to write a review of god is not Great by Christopher Hitchens. With my apologies, I must now tell you that I have decided not to write that review for two distinct, but connected, reasons. Firstly, I have allowed too much time to pass since finishing the ...
By: A Load of Bright
Defending the term ?Islamofascism?
Christopher Hitchens defends using the term “Islamofascism” in a new column for Slate magazine. When it comes to religion I think Christopher Hitchens is dead wrong, but on terrorism he almost always gets it right. The term “Islamofascism” makes liberals feel all icky inside, but it’s a very accurate way to describe radical Islam. Hitchens discusses ...
Christopher Hitchens : Militant Atheist?
?Myers says Hitchens wasn't noticeably drunk, so he doesn't have his usual excuse for inexcusable behavior, such as in this previous instance. In any event, such antics are the logical extension of his increasingly warlike thought. This ex-Trotskyist, whose support for militant secularism led him to idolize the founder and first commander of the Red Army, has gone so over the top with his crusade against all religion that he has come to advocate wiping out entire populations. "Demolish it!" he said, when asked about Iran ? with apparently no more moral compunctions about the slaughter of the innocent than one might normally exhibit toward a swarm of midges.??Hitchens is quite clearly marketing himself as a contemporary Robert Ingersoll, the spokesman for atheism and secularism in the English-speaking world, although, clearly, looking at the bestseller list, he has a lot of competition for that title. If someone with that kind of a public platform should use his status to spread an...
A.J. Jacobs, "The Year of Living Biblically" author: Mr. Media Interview, P
(Return to Part 1)BOB ANDELMAN: What are you especially glad to be done with from that year?A.J. JACOBS: Well, it was a very intense year so it was hard to, for instance, completely cut out lying, to be totally honest, all the time. It?s a radical life change. And I think it?s good not to. I think I learned that I should lie less. But there were times where it was just exhausting because I have a three-year-old kid, and you can?t tell him, ?Uh, sorry, the TV?s broken?. You have to say, ?No, you can?t watch TV because I don?t want you to,? and so there?s screaming, there?s crying, and he gets upset too.ANDELMAN: I think at one point he wanted a bagel, and you tried to convince him it was an English muffin. No, your wife convinced him it was an English muffin, and you just couldn?t do that.JACOBS: Right. He wanted a bagel. We didn?t have bagels. We only had an English muffin. So she wanted me to say, ?Hey, here?s a bagel,? and give him the muffin, but I felt I had to tell him the trut...
By: Mr. Media
Christopher Hitchens: Godless And Hairless
Atheist Mother Teresa critic, ink-stained wretch, boozer, and shower smoker Christopher Hitchens undergoes the equivalent of male childbirth as he gets that Devilish hair waxed from his "back, crack, and sack." [NY Post]Formerly hirsute now hairless Hitchens hoisted his pitchfork as the first guest on liberal Air America's new anti-organized religion talk radio show, Freethought Radio.Rush Limbaugh's trademark bellowing that he's "talent on loan from God," countered by Freethought's opening line: "Hello all you godless infidels, out-of-the-closet atheists and happy heathens!"Bible-thumping Christians don't seem too wacked out about the show. Personally I detest organized religion. It's corrupt mind control and a life crutch for the teeming, clueless, hypocritical masses too weak to think for themselves. The Bible is nothing more than interesting fiction. I am not an atheist and have unilaterally cultivated a strong spiritual relationship with God as I perceive him or her.
Christopher Hitchens' Vanity Fair article on Mark Daily
A very touching article, expertly written.
Burma's foul regime depends on Beijing. - By Christopher Hitchens - Slate M
Joining the young and passionate demonstrators outside the office of a certain Washington military attach√© last week (and there was I, having thought that my "demo" days were over) helped me to settle one trivial question. The crowd was united in chanting "Free, Free, Free Burma." This may seem like a detail, but I think it's right to object to the grotesque renaming of Myanmar and Yangon, and I am glad that the Washington Post, at least, continues to say Burma and Rangoon. (You can tell a lot... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Christopher Hitchens, My Flawed Exemplar
The Washington post has a web based forum called: “On Faith” which has guest columnists who touch on all religious and, to their credit, anti-religious topics. Today’s (Sept. 26th) guest columnist, clearly from the anti-religious side, is Christopher Hitchens, the iconoclastic ‘Bard’ of the atheist community. In Hitchen’s column he gives an example of ...
Christopher Hitchens on CSPAN 9/2/07
This is the first part of a three hour interview of Christopher Hitchens author of God Is Not Great that was on CSPAN yesterday. There are (so far) six more installments and they can be found here.
Christopher Hitchens on Hardball
Aired: August 31, 2007 Chris Mathews talks to Hitchens about princess Diana and the royal family in Britain. Notice what the host says to Hitchens at the end.
Christopher Hitchens on the Hugh Hewitt Radio show
Hitchens talks about Iran, Iraq, and mother Teresa - August 29, 2007
Christopher Hitchens & Bill Donohue on Mother Teresa
"I have no faith" - Mother Teresa
Christpher Hitchens on Oakland's 'Your Black Muslim Bakery'
"talks about the Oakland Muslim bakery which was involved in the murder of a journalist who was looking into their affairs." Hitchens wrote an article about the topic on Slate Magazine. Link Thanks...
Christopher Hitchens This Sunday on Book-TV
Set your DVRs now! This Sunday Book TV will broadcast a live three hour In Depth interview with Christopher Hitchens. Hitchens is the contributing editor to Vanity Fair magazine and visiting professor of liberal studies at the New School. As most Freethinkers know by now, he is also the author of ‚ÄúGod is NOT Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.‚ÄĚ If you would like to be a part of the discussion, call the program or send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Program will broadcast: Sunday, September 2, at 12:00 PM Monday, September 3, at 12:00 AM Saturday, September 8, at 9:00 AM Also, if you haven't seen it by now, Hitchens discussed "God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything" at Google's California headquarters on August 16, 2007. The discussion was part of the Authors@Google series.
Authors@Google: Christopher Hitchens
This is Hitchens in great form. He references Weinberg’s book ‘The First Three Minutes‘ which I discussed last week. I’m glad to see someone has been able to understand it! It’s 70 minutes long but as always, Hitchen’s makes some great points and it’s worth watching: (Link) christopher hitchens, god, relgion
Christopher Hitchens vs CAIR and other Jihad Stuff
You Tube Video - Hitch Part 2 Dennis Prager Islamophobia, - 08:00 Why ‘Islamophobia’ is a brilliant term - By Dennis Prager What do anti-Semitism, racism and Islamophobia have in common? In fact, nothing. But according to Islamist groups, Western media and the United Nations, they have everything in common. Anti-Semites hate all Jews, racists hate all members ...
Christopher Hitchens and Crazy Pills
Doesn’t anybody notice this? I feel like I’m taking crazy pills! That’s how Mugatu, played by Will Ferrell, felt about Derek Zoolander’s looks in the the 2001 movie Zoolander. When I read some of the things that atheists write I feel the same way. The truth looks so obvious, but it is somehow missed in almost ...
By: Prudent Musings
Christopher Hitchens - Point of Inquiry
Christopher Hitchens is this week’s guest on Point of Inquiry. He discuss ‘God is Not Great’ with D.J. Grothe. He explains his aims behind writing the book and how it fits in with the current wave of atheist bestsellers. I do like his point that if you want to see something that’s marvelous and awe inspiring, ...
Discussion of God and religion, Christopher Hitchens
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6/28/07 Christopher Hitchens and Al Sharpton on Hardball
Pretty interesting discussion on religion, politics, God, no God. No big fireworks but worth the watch if you missed. I have this in 3 parts. Will post the others on my You Tube profile RepubBlackCon later. My internet is real slow this evening. FYI - Hitchens wrote a book entitled, ‚ÄúGod Is Not Great‚ÄĚ
Christopher Hitchens on Religion
At the top of most every bestseller list right now is a book written by Christopher Hitchens titled: “ God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything From the title you may assume that Christopher Hitchens is a atheist but you would not be quite right — Hitchens is a self-proclaimed “non-theist.” The difference, according to ...