Dines D'Souza & Larry Alex Taunton

Dinesh D’Souza interviews Larry Alex Taunton about his new book “Around the World in (More Than) 80 Days”

Larry Alex Taunton is the Executive Director of the Fixed Point Foundation and a freelance columnist contributing to USA Today, Fox News, First Things, The Atlantic, CNN, Daily Caller, and The American Spectator. He is also the author of The Grace Effect, The Gospel Coalition Book of the Year The Faith of Christopher Hitchens, Around the World in (More Than) 80 Days. (Available to order now) You can subscribe to his blog at larryalextaunton.com and find Read more…

Alan DiDio and Larry Alex Taunton

What Makes America Great and How to Keep It That Way – Interview With Larry Taunton

Larry Alex Taunton is the Executive Director of the Fixed Point Foundation and a freelance columnist contributing to USA Today, Fox News, First Things, The Atlantic, CNN, Daily Caller, and The American Spectator. He is also the author of The Grace Effect, The Gospel Coalition Book of the Year The Faith of Christopher Hitchens, Around the World in (More Than) 80 Days. (Available to order now) You can subscribe to his blog at larryalextaunton.com and find Read more…

Christopher Hitchens Taunton Censorship

Larry Taunton Covers Censorship, Socialism, And His Friendship With Christopher Hitchens

Larry discusses how Christopher Hitchens’s widow, Carol Blue-Hitchens, attempted to discredit not only his award-winning 2016 book—which she admits to not reading—but a new book by first-time author Stephen Phillips on the late atheist provocateur. This discussion, and the article on which it is based, offers you an inside look Read more…

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An Open Letter to The New York Times: Christopher Hitchens, Censorship, and Assassination Attempts

Last week, The New York Times published a column titled “Hitchens Biography Proceeds, Against His Widow’s Wishes.” In it, author Elizabeth A. Harris makes less-than-accurate reference to me and my book about the late atheist journalist Christopher Hitchens. Even so, the article is interesting. It details the entirely believable attempts Read more…