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The American hip-hop recording artist follows only one person on Twitter: his fiancee, Kim Kardashian...The singularity of Peter Hitchens is one of the reasons for his success in the crowded field of opinion. He is not very interested in other people'
Author, columnist, and homosexual activist Dan Savage said the idea that would change the world for the better if implemented is population control, and toward that end said abortion should be mandatory. Savage made his comment while on a panel for
Ia. Senior linebacker Anthony Hitchens had one of the best games of his Iowa career Saturday...Assistant coach Jim Reid, in his first year at Iowa, works with the linebackers. Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz hired Reid after Virginia let him go as defensive
I was reading Alessandra Stanley's review of a NBC summer series--i.e., sacrificial fodder--called Camp when I came across the following shard of reflection: Given how indelible many people's memories of childhood camp can be, it's surprising that so
July 3, 2013 Death has been a great literary theme for so long you might think there'd be little left to say on the subject, but in recent decades the literature of death has taken an interesting and novel turn. Writers are recording their own deaths
David Levene for the Guardian A strange notion that a festival sponsored by the Telegraph might hold out its hand to liberals and set its face against writers perceived to be too conservative. But the shunning of David Goodhart, author of the
Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby for themes that, despite their age, had resonance in the post-millennial age. Hitchens's stream-of-consciousness commentary, dutifully handwritten in the novel's margins, illuminates his train of thought as he
Tim Hitchens, the new British ambassador to Japan, has observed with his own eyes the country's economic transition since he first visited here as a teenager back in the 1970s. But even as Japan stumbled through economic turbulence from the oil
No event since the 1984 miners' strike has divided the left more than the Iraq war. Friendships were ended, political reputations were destroyed and antagonists accused each other of betrayal. Few were more stridently supportive of the US-led
Christopher Hitchens has been brought back from the dead by Slate, but it won't do them any good. Yesterday, they republished a hit piece by the atheist from 2010 that was vintage Hitchens: the man was a great polemicist but a third-class scholar.