Here’s a pretty cool independently-made documentary on Christopher Hitchens called “The Hitch”: Now go lift something heavy, Nick Horton
“Perhaps the most stirring single event of South African history was the aesthetically perfect moment in February 1985 when his jailers came to Nelson Mandela and told him he was free to leave. And he loftily declined! He would quit the prison when he was ready, and when the whole country had been released, and… [Read More]
Christopher Hitches moderates a panel discussion about the ever-blurring lines between reality and satire in political reporting.
I’ve been reading Hitch 22, Christopher Hitchens’ memoir. It’s absolutely fantastic. In fact, it’s one of the best memoirs I’ve read in a very long time. As you might expect, it’s gotten me onto a Hitchens-kick, as of late. Tamara and I watched a few debates between Hitch and some notables recently. I’ve watched a… [Read More]
Sullivan has a collection of quotations by Christopher Hitchens over the years on a variety of topics. Here’s Hitchens on the Tea Party movement: [T]he people who really curl my lip are the ones who willingly accept such supporters for the sake of a Republican victory, and then try to write them off as not… [Read More]