It turns out Christopher Hitchens is not always spewing forth absurd misinformation regarding Iraq. Today he makes the case for the legalization of all drugs, and, in a few weeks he has a book coming out called: God is not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.
Despite the fact that Hitchens has seemingly gone mad in recent years, I look forward to reading his book on God--which may give his "temporary neocon allies" some discomfort. I can only assume, however, he will somehow use his atheism to justify the War in Iraq an other wars against Muslims. This is one element of the secular community that I do not see eye-to-eye with. For example, I think Sam Harris is fascinating and agree with him on the folly of religion, but he uses his atheism to justify some insane platforms, such as his declaration in the Washington Times that "We are at war with Islam." His passive support for torture is also disturbing.