Christopher Hitchens, author of the new book God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything, debates Sean Hannity on the existence of God. Hannity gets schooled.
Bill Maher interviews Christopher Hitchens author of God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything In a New York Times review In God, Distrust Michael Kinsley writes, "Christopher Hitchens is an old-fashioned (and very entertaining) village atheist, trying to pick arguments with the good citizens on their way to church."
Atheist Christopher Hitchens wrote a eulogy of Alexander Solzhenitsyn that hailed him as a hero. There is irony to that! Find out more in today’s Learn2Discern! Distributed by Tubemogul.
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hristopher Hitchens rebuts Alessandra Stanley's essay, "Who Says Women Aren't Funny?" To see more pictures and video, read more controversial commentary, and tell Hitchens
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Crucial Step Towards Sharia Law? United Nations Anti-Blasphemy Resolution - Christopher Hitchens CNN with Lou Dobbs.
The United Nations has adopted a "resolution combating defamation of religions" and wants to regulate free speech. Featured guest is Christopher Hitchens.
The U.N. now wants to make that Anti-Blasphemy Resolution binding on all member nations. That would make it a crime to critisize religion, in particular Islam. This is a major effort taking place to curb free speech worldwide.
Christopher Hitchens discussed the United Nations Anti-Blasphemy Resolution with Lou Dobbs on February 25, 2009 on CNN. The Resolution, sponsored by the Arab members, might be the crucial next step towards imposing Sharia law in the Western world.
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International best-selling author and media personality Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, 'America's Rabbi' and world-renowned atheist and author Christopher Hitchens' in a hard-fought and electrifying debate on 'Is There An Afterlife?' , was moderated by author and actress Lisa Oz. Shmuley and Hitchens took no prisoners as they fought it out over the meaning of life and whether life ends with the termination of the body. This was their fourth debate and by all accounts the most illuminating, dynamic, and memorable. A fantastic mix of intellectual rigor, humor and spontaneity. Produced by Anthony Geathers for This World: Values Network.
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On Monday, December 17, reason hosted a "Very Special, Very Secular Christmas Party" at its Washington, D.C. headquarters.
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Sandy Beach and The Red Ribbon Girls are back in town.This video is a musical tribute to the Red Ribbon Bingo Divas as they opened a new era of entertainment in the Xanadu Room at Trump's Taj Mahal Sunday March 28, 2010. Held to benefit The South Jersey AIDS Alliance, the fund-raising event was a huge success.
Led by Robert 'Sandy Beach' Hitchen,
The Red Ribbon Bingo Girls are;
HRH Mortimer, Morgan Wells, Feressa the Electric Woman, Dareena Ho, Dee Lamour, Sonee Days, Clymidia Liverpool,and Joey Josephs.
Erin Hunter, Mo Willems, Tad Hills, David A. Carter, Sandra Boynton, Rod Campbell, Jan Brett, Nancy Tillman, Jonathan Haidt, Sam Harris , Alain de Botton, Robert E. Barron, Christopher Hitchens, James Robison, T. M. Luhrmann, Dinesh D'Souza, Norman Vincent Peale, Joseph Campbell,