Christopher Hitchens

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express
A Life Of My Own review: Claire Tomalin biography's a measured account of a lifebecame immersed in literary life. She became the literary editor of the New St
express / Posted 8 days ago
became immersed in literary life. She became the literary editor of the New Statesman and the Sunday Times, working with Christopher Hitchens, Julian Barnes and Martin Amis (with whom she had a brief affair), but there’s a distinct lack of... Read more
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The Chronicle
The West has failed North KoreansThe late Christopher Hitchens, one of the greatest anti-totalitarian thinkers o
The Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
The late Christopher Hitchens, one of the greatest anti-totalitarian thinkers of the late 20th century, had an interesting anecdote he often used when discussing the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), commonly known as North Korea.... Read more
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Breitbart
Gabriel: 9/11–We Forgotat least during the Iraq War there were intellectually honest individuals in th
Breitbart / Posted 15 days ago
at least during the Iraq War there were intellectually honest individuals in the mainstream press, such as the late Christopher Hitchens, who were willing to call out this masochistic poison for what it was. Once, responding to the idea that... Read more
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The Irish Times
The 50 best films on Netflixpicture. Best of Enemies (Dir Robert Gordon, Morgan Neville, 2015) In this ind
The Irish Times / Posted 15 days ago
picture. Best of Enemies (Dir Robert Gordon, Morgan Neville, 2015) In this indecently entertaining documentary, we find Christopher Hitchens explaining that Gore Vidal (left-wing libertine) and William F Buckley (right-wing scold) really did... Read more
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New Kerala
Hillsdale College's Darryl G. Hart Named President of Mencken Society - newkerala news #270497the speaker for the 2017 Mencken Memorial Lecture, Hart joins the ranks of este
New Kerala / Posted 15 days ago
the speaker for the 2017 Mencken Memorial Lecture, Hart joins the ranks of esteemed previous lecturers including author Christopher Hitchens, long-time editor of The American Scholar Joseph Epstein and Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post book... Read more
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Daily Star
September 11 date chosen for attacks for THIS reasonthey had turned the tide and that Islam was again on the march," he added. The
Daily Star / Posted 16 days ago
they had turned the tide and that Islam was again on the march," he added. The late award-winning writer and philosopher, Christopher Hitchens, also supported this theory. Writing in the Guardian just weeks after the attacks, he said that unlike... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Campaigners win court battle as they seek to reopen village pubthat they can reopen it as a pub. An appeal by Worthmore against the protectio
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 days ago
that they can reopen it as a pub. An appeal by Worthmore against the protection has now been thrown out by tribunal judge Christopher Hitchens, who said that he did not believe the developer's arguments that the pub was financially unviable. The... Read more
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WA Today
Longtime 'Vanity Fair' editor Graydon Carter to step down in DecemberVanity Fair in 1992, and turned the magazine's focus to crime, culture and cele
WA Today / Posted 18 days ago
Vanity Fair in 1992, and turned the magazine's focus to crime, culture and celebrities. He nurtured revered writers such as Christopher Hitchens and Dominick Dunne, humourists Fran Lebowitz and James Wolcott, and photography great Annie... Read more
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Canberra Times
Longtime 'Vanity Fair' editor Graydon Carter to step down in DecemberVanity Fair in 1992, and turned the magazine's focus to crime, culture and cele
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
Vanity Fair in 1992, and turned the magazine's focus to crime, culture and celebrities. He nurtured revered writers such as Christopher Hitchens and Dominick Dunne, humourists Fran Lebowitz and James Wolcott, and photography great Annie... Read more
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The Age
Longtime 'Vanity Fair' editor Graydon Carter to step down in DecemberVanity Fair in 1992, and turned the magazine's focus to crime, culture and cele
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
Vanity Fair in 1992, and turned the magazine's focus to crime, culture and celebrities. He nurtured revered writers such as Christopher Hitchens and Dominick Dunne, humourists Fran Lebowitz and James Wolcott, and photography great Annie... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Longtime 'Vanity Fair' editor Graydon Carter to step down in DecemberVanity Fair in 1992, and turned the magazine's focus to crime, culture and cele
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Vanity Fair in 1992, and turned the magazine's focus to crime, culture and celebrities. He nurtured revered writers such as Christopher Hitchens and Dominick Dunne, humourists Fran Lebowitz and James Wolcott, and photography great Annie... Read more
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Salon.com
Legendary "Vanity Fair" editor Graydon Carter steps downjournalists and contributors who either were or would become celebrities in the
Salon.com / Posted 19 days ago
journalists and contributors who either were or would become celebrities in their own right including the late authors Christopher Hitchens and Dominick Dunne. Carter had previously been top of the masthead at the wry New York Observer and the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Graydon Carter to step down as Vanity Fair editor after 25 yearsentertainment, and technology worlds and the corresponding New Establishment Su
Irish Examiner / Posted 19 days ago
entertainment, and technology worlds and the corresponding New Establishment Summit and gave columns to writers including Christopher Hitchens, James Wolcott, and Dominick Dunne. The most recent cover of the magazine features Prince Harry’s... Read more
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Reuters
Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter to step down in Decemberof Vanity Fair in 1992, and turned the magazine’s focus to crime, culture and c
Reuters / Posted 19 days ago
of Vanity Fair in 1992, and turned the magazine’s focus to crime, culture and celebrities. He nurtured revered writers such as Christopher Hitchens and Dominick Dunne, humorists Fran Lebowitz and James Wolcott, and photography great Annie Leibo... Read more
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Variety
Graydon Carter Stepping Down as Vanity Fair Editorhave been telling me about, and I figure I’d better get a jump on it.” In addi
Variety / Posted 19 days ago
have been telling me about, and I figure I’d better get a jump on it.” In addition to promoting writers such as Christopher Hitchens, Dominick Dunne, Bethany McLean, Bryan Burrough, and William D. Cohan, Carter created the magazine’s... Read more
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JTA
Self-hatred: It’s not just for self-haters!Jewish leader in Israel who called comedian Sarah Silverman a self-hating Jew.
JTA / Posted 20 days ago
Jewish leader in Israel who called comedian Sarah Silverman a self-hating Jew. Or the JTA reader who called the late pundit Christopher Hitchens a self-hating Jew. Or the famous Jewish comedian (OK, Jackie Mason) who called Bernie Sanders a... Read more
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The Washington Times
Southern Poverty Law Center enemies list targets Ayaan Hirsi Aliconversation. Anti-religion writing became a growth industry post 9/11. Among
The Washington Times / Posted 21 days ago
conversation. Anti-religion writing became a growth industry post 9/11. Among the most popular writers was the late Christopher Hitchens (“God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything”), who was never referred to as an extremist,... Read more
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The Christian Post
Leaders Mourn Loss of Michael Cromartie, 'the Patron Saint of Journalists'CP, Harder cited The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg, who noted that Cromartie "Lov
The Christian Post / Posted 25 days ago
CP, Harder cited The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg, who noted that Cromartie "Loved journalists. Loved Jesus and [atheist] Christopher Hitchens, simultaneously." One of Cromartie's widely-praised legacies is the Faith Angle Forum, an initiative he... Read more
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The Columbian
Parker: Cromartie was ambassador for America’s faithfulwere held twice a year in Key West and more recently Miami’s South Beach. An i
The Columbian / Posted 26 days ago
were held twice a year in Key West and more recently Miami’s South Beach. An immeasurable loss There are stories. Atheist Christopher Hitchens, who died nearly six years ago, was a chapter unto himself. There were at least two romances — then... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Michael Cromartie, scholar who explained the intersection of politics and religion, dies at 67experiences in journalism.” Discussions featured writers such as David Brooks,
Bangor Daily News / Posted 27 days ago
experiences in journalism.” Discussions featured writers such as David Brooks, Malcolm Gladwell, Ross Douthat and Christopher Hitchens (the late author of “God Is Not Great”) alongside megachurch pastor Rick Warren, theologian Peter... Read more

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