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    1. He had appeared on TV last Friday, where his complaisant interviewer Bill Maher compared him with a “young, gay, alive Christopher Hitchens …” Excuse me? Compared with Hitchens ...

    2. You remind me of a young, gay, alive Christopher Hitchens, but you gotta lose that kind of sh*t. This guy [media commentator on terrorism and intelligence Malcolm Nance] has done ...

    3. Sharing their stories at 'Moth Mainstage'

      The Champaign News-Gazette12 hours ago

      Then Moth became an underground literary scene, with George Plimpton, Christopher Hitchens and other heavyweights showing up to tell their own stories. Moth started to present ...

    4. At 16, she started reading Christopher Hitchens and Aldous Huxley and started to distance herself from hr religion. “I disassembled what my faith had been as a child,” she says ...

    5. Maher absurdly described him as “a young, gay, alive Christopher Hitchens” – a contrarian fly in the ointment, rattling smug liberal certainties – but Hitchens had wit, ...

    6. Readers suggest big, thick books as winter drags on

      Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune2 days ago

      Christopher Hitchens suggested that ‘Moby’ might still be the great American novel and I rarely disagree with his opinions.” Harbin likes to read series in winter: John Dos Passos ...

    7. March 10, 2011 Christopher Hitchens: “The pilots of Qaddafi's own air force, who flew their planes to Malta rather than let themselves be used against civilians, have demonstrated ...

    8. There's now the possibility of dismantling a host of government safeguards on various matters. The defenseless may be even more so in a year or two. If Trump read books or plays — which he seems ...

    9. The archive is filled with ’80s and ’90s letters written from Christopher Hitchens, David Lodge, Michael Ondaatje, Harold Pinter, Philip Roth, Salman Rushdie and Zadie Smith. From ...

    10. The Four Horsemen of the new atheism, Anglo-American style, are Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, and Daniel Dennett. Their recourse to “ . . . insult, ridicule ...

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