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Theodore Dalrymple.

Theodore Dalrymple is the Dietrich Weismann Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor of City Journal. He is a retired doctor who most recently practiced in a British inner-city hospital and prison. Dr. Dalrymple has written a column for the London Spectator for thirteen years and writes regularly for National Review. Denis Dutton, editor of Arts & Letters Daily, called Dr. Dalrymple the "Orwell of our time."

Dr. Dalrymple has published two collections of his City Journal essays: Life at the Bottom and Our Culture, What's Left of It. Both were widely praised.


[SORT BY CATEGORY] [SORT BY PUBLICATION TYPE]

Advocacy Groups
  • Prison Porn City Journal, Winter 2003


  • Affirmative Action
  • The Veneer of Civilization National Review Online, 09-26-05


  • Architecture
  • Barbarians on the March City Journal, Autumn 1999
  • Do Sties Make Pigs? City Journal, Summer 1995
  • Why Havana Had to Die City Journal, Summer 2002
  • Curing the Soul City Journal, 15 July 2004
  • The Architect as Totalitarian Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2009
  • The Vandals in Retreat Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2010


  • Arts and Literature
  • A Lost Art City Journal, Spring 2001
  • Poetry and Self-Pity Oh, to be in England, Winter 1998
  • Trash, Violence, and Versace: But Is It Art? City Journal, Winter 1998
  • How—and How Not—to Love Mankind City Journal, Summer 2001
  • The Dystopian Imagination Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2001
  • Gillray’s Ungloomy Morality City Journal, Winter 2002
  • Multiculti Museums—Or Else City Journal, Summer 2000
  • The Rage of Virginia Woolf City Journal, Summer 2002
  • Curing the Soul City Journal, 15 July 2004
  • A Neglected Genius Oh, to be in England, Winter 2004
  • Why Shakespeare Is For All Time Oh, to be in England, Winter 2003
  • What’s Wrong with Twinkling Buttocks? Oh, to be in England, Summer 2003
  • Sex and the Shakespeare Reader Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2003
  • Ibsen and His Discontents City Journal, Summer 2005
  • Truth vs. Theory Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2005
  • How to Read a Society City Journal, Spring 2000
  • A Taste for Danger City Journal, Summer 1998
  • Barbarians on the March City Journal, Autumn 1999
  • Victimhood Equals Heroism City Journal, Spring 2004
  • A Prophetic and Violent Masterpiece Oh, to be in England, Winter 2006
  • The Terrorists Among Us City Journal, Summer 2006
  • What Makes Doctor Johnson Great? Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2006
  • A Drinker of Infinity Oh, to be in England, Spring 2007
  • The Marriage of Reason and Nightmare Oh, to be in England, Winter 2008
  • Between Deference and Insolence The Spectator UK, 04-26-08
  • The Gelded Age The Claremont Review of Books, 04-19-07
  • Modernity’s Uninvited Guest Oh, to be in England, Summer 2010
  • The Welsh Chekhov Oh, to be in England, Winter 2011
  • Zadie Smith’s London Oh, to be in England, Winter 2013
  • The Discriminating Philistine Oh, to be in England, Spring 2013
  • The Noble Conrad Oh, to be in England, Winter 2014


  • Business and Economy
  • The Uses of Corruption City Journal, Summer 2001
  • An Undismal Economist City Journal, Summer 2002
  • Colbert vs. Smith? City Journal, Summer 2005
  • Inflation’s Moral Hazard Oh, to be in England, Summer 2009
  • The Galbraith Revival Oh, to be in England, Winter 2010
  • The European Crack-Up Oh, to be in England, Winter 2012


  • Children and Family
  • And Dying Thus Around Us Every Day Oh, to be in England, Spring 2001
  • Turning Kids Against Parents City Journal, Summer 2002
  • Ibsen and His Discontents City Journal, Summer 2005
  • Tough Love Oh, to be in England, Winter 1999
  • When Islam Breaks Down City Journal, Spring 2004
  • Who Killed Childhood? Oh, to be in England, Spring 2004
  • The Frivolity of Evil Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2004
  • British Freedom and Muslim Discipline City Journal, 13 March 2006
  • Childhood’s End Oh, to be in England, Summer 2008
  • Ramses Has Us On the Run The Daily Telegraph, 05-17-07
  • Minding Our Manners The American, 04-10-06
  • Destructive Delusions Wall Street Journal, 11-20-08
  • The Terrible Logic of Kids, Drugs and Killin Times Online, 02-19-07
  • Babies Give Purpose To Desperate Lives Canada.com, 10-21-06


  • Cities
  • The Terrible Logic of Kids, Drugs and Killin Times Online, 02-19-07


  • Crime
  • Tough Love Oh, to be in England, Winter 1999
  • What Causes Crime? Oh, to be in England, Spring 1998
  • Zero Intolerance Oh, to be in England, Summer 1998
  • Who’s to Blame? City Journal, Autumn 2001
  • The Economist Sees No Evil City Journal, 20 February 2002
  • How Criminologists Foster Crime Oh, to be in England, Autumn 1999
  • A Coda City Journal, Summer 2000
  • A Horror Story City Journal, Spring 1996
  • It Hurts, Therefore I Am City Journal, Autumn 1995
  • Theory vs. Reality? The French Choose Theory City Journal, 15 July 2002
  • The Starving Criminal Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2002
  • Benetton’s Evil Ads I: Righteous Consumerism City Journal, Spring 2000
  • Policeman in Wonderland Oh, to be in England, Spring 2000
  • Don’t Legalize Drugs City Journal, Spring 1997
  • Addicted to Addicts City Journal, Winter 1999
  • Ideas That Kill Diarist, Winter 2000
  • Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics City Journal, Winter 2005
  • A Murderess’s Tale Oh, to be in England, Winter 2005
  • A Perplexed Guide Diarist, Winter 2001
  • Who Killed Childhood? Oh, to be in England, Spring 2004
  • The Prince of Poisoners Diarist, Autumn 2004
  • Theoretical Criminals City Journal, Summer 2002
  • ‘Ang ‘em City Journal, Winter 2002
  • It’s This Bad Oh, to be in England, Spring 2006
  • Crime and Indulgence City Journal, Summer 2006
  • Real Crime, Fake Justice Oh, to be in England, Summer 2006
  • Surreal London City Journal, Autumn 2006
  • The Real Meaning of Barbarism City Journal, Winter 2007
  • Rewarding Bad Behavior City Journal, Winter 2007
  • Notoriety Beats Anonymity; A 21st-Century Massacre Times Online, 04-20-07
  • The Terrible Logic of Kids, Drugs and Killin Times Online, 02-19-07
  • Murder Most Academic Oh, to be in England, Spring 2011
  • The Barbarians Inside Britain's Gates Wall Street Journal, 08-15-11
  • Barbarians on the Thames Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2011
  • Sentimentalizing Serial Murder Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2012
  • “The Knife Went In” Oh, to be in England, Autumn 1994
  • Monstrous Oh, to be in England, Summer 2013


  • Culture and Society
  • All Sex, All the Time City Journal, Summer 2000
  • Poetry and Self-Pity Oh, to be in England, Winter 1998
  • Trash, Violence, and Versace: But Is It Art? City Journal, Winter 1998
  • Uncouth Chic Oh, to be in England, Autumn 1998
  • What is Poverty? Oh, to be in England, Spring 1999
  • Why Brits Love Iron Mike City Journal, Spring 2000
  • Puffing Puff Daddy City Journal, Summer 2001
  • What We Have to Lose City Journal, Autumn 2001
  • The Dystopian Imagination Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2001
  • Who’s to Blame? City Journal, Autumn 2001
  • Gillray’s Ungloomy Morality City Journal, Winter 2002
  • ‘Ang ‘em City Journal, Winter 2002
  • The Man Who Predicted the Race Riots Oh, to be in England, Spring 2002
  • Lost in the Ghetto Oh, to be in England, Summer 2000
  • The Goddess of Domestic Tribulations City Journal, Autumn 1997
  • The Rush from Judgment Oh, to be in England, Summer 1997
  • “There’s No Damned Merit in It” Oh, to be in England, Spring 1997
  • Good-bye, Cruel World Oh, to be in England, Winter 1997
  • The Heart of a Heartless World City Journal, Summer 1996
  • Multiculti Museums—Or Else City Journal, Summer 2000
  • Festivity, and Menace City Journal, Winter 1996
  • It Hurts, Therefore I Am City Journal, Autumn 1995
  • ‘In China, It Is Different’ City Journal, Autumn 1995
  • Do Sties Make Pigs? City Journal, Summer 1995
  • Reader, She Married Him—Alas City Journal, Spring 1995
  • We Don't Want No Education City Journal, Winter 1995
  • How PC Boosts Le Pen City Journal, 25 April 2002
  • Nanny Knows Best City Journal, 24 April 2002
  • Turning Kids Against Parents City Journal, Summer 2002
  • The Rage of Virginia Woolf City Journal, Summer 2002
  • Theory vs. Reality? The French Choose Theory City Journal, 15 July 2002
  • That’s Mister Hyde to You City Journal, 11 July 2002
  • A Terrorist Returns City Journal, 31 May 2002
  • Life at the Bottom: The Worldview That Makes the Underclass Book, November 2001
  • Smearing Orwell City Journal, Summer 2003
  • What’s Wrong with Twinkling Buttocks? Oh, to be in England, Summer 2003
  • Not All Cultures Are Equal City Journal, Spring 2003
  • Ibsen and His Discontents City Journal, Summer 2005
  • Flower of Evil? Diarist, Summer 2005
  • Truth vs. Theory Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2005
  • Law Isn’t Enough Diarist, Autumn 2005
  • Seeing Is Not Believing Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2000
  • Free at Last Diarist, Autumn 2000
  • How to Read a Society City Journal, Spring 2000
  • Benetton’s Evil Ads I: Righteous Consumerism City Journal, Spring 2000
  • Policeman in Wonderland Oh, to be in England, Spring 2000
  • Free to Choose City Journal, Autumn 1996
  • Barbarians on the March City Journal, Autumn 1999
  • All Our Pomp of Yesterday Oh, to be in England, Summer 1999
  • Choosing To Fail Oh, to be in England, Winter 2000
  • Ideas That Kill Diarist, Winter 2000
  • The Roads to Serfdom Oh, to be in England, Spring 2005
  • Victimhood Equals Heroism City Journal, Spring 2004
  • Clinton Psychobabble City Journal, Summer 2004
  • Torn Jeans City Journal, Autumn 2004
  • A Prophetic and Violent Masterpiece Oh, to be in England, Winter 2006
  • It’s This Bad Oh, to be in England, Spring 2006
  • Vanishing Decencies Diarist, Spring 2006
  • The Gift of Language City Journal, Autumn 2006
  • What Makes Doctor Johnson Great? Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2006
  • The Eternal Present Diarist, Winter 2007
  • What the New Atheists Don’t See Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2007
  • The Marriage of Reason and Nightmare Oh, to be in England, Winter 2008
  • The Quivering Upper Lip Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2008
  • The Persistence of Ideology Oh, to be in England, Winter 2009
  • Between Deference and Insolence The Spectator UK, 04-26-08
  • Point of View: Misguided by the Stars The Star, 05-27-07
  • Ramses Has Us On the Run The Daily Telegraph, 05-17-07
  • Notoriety Beats Anonymity; A 21st-Century Massacre Times Online, 04-20-07
  • Post Mortem on Sellafield: Don't Panic Times Online, 04-19-07
  • The Gelded Age The Claremont Review of Books, 04-19-07
  • Minding Our Manners The American, 04-10-06
  • Destructive Delusions Wall Street Journal, 11-20-08
  • The Terrible Logic of Kids, Drugs and Killin Times Online, 02-19-07
  • Babies Give Purpose To Desperate Lives Canada.com, 10-21-06
  • Suicide of the West The Claremont Review of Books, 09-28-06
  • An Update From France . . . (Remember Those Riots?) Wall Street Journal, 02-11-06
  • Bonfire of the Vanities Wall Street Journal, 01-23-06
  • A Wiser Holland National Review Online, 01-23-06
  • Modernity’s Uninvited Guest Oh, to be in England, Summer 2010
  • The Handwriting Is on the Wall Wall Street Journal, 07-09-11
  • Barbarians on the Thames Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2011
  • Sentimentalizing Serial Murder Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2012
  • Ball Hogs Oh, to be in England, Spring 2012
  • The Discriminating Philistine Oh, to be in England, Spring 2013
  • Trouble in Paradise City Journal, Summer 2013
  • Everyone on the Couch Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2013
  • Monstrous Oh, to be in England, Summer 2013
  • Addiction Is A Matter Of Persistence, Not Fate The Epoch Times, 03-16-14
  • To Have or to Be? Oh, to be in England, Spring 2014
  • The Noble Conrad Oh, to be in England, Winter 2014


  • Drugs
  • A "Free" Fix? City Journal, Winter 2003
  • Don’t Legalize Drugs City Journal, Spring 1997
  • Good-bye, Cruel World Oh, to be in England, Winter 1997
  • Addicted to Addicts City Journal, Winter 1999
  • Rewarding Bad Behavior City Journal, Winter 2007
  • Don't Blame Me, I'm Just the Junkie Times Online, 07-20-06


  • Economic Development
  • My Economic Interests Front Page Magazine, 01-26-09
  • The Gelded Age The Claremont Review of Books, 04-19-07
  • Inflation's Moral Hazard National Post, 09-21-09
  • Bonfire of the Vanities Wall Street Journal, 01-23-06


  • Education
  • The Man Who Predicted the Race Riots Oh, to be in England, Spring 2002
  • We Don't Want No Education City Journal, Winter 1995
  • The Triumph of Reason? City Journal, 27 July 2005
  • An F for French Schools City Journal, Winter 2000
  • Multiculturalism Starts Losing Its Luster Oh, to be in England, Summer 2004
  • Inclusive Failure City Journal, Autumn 2004
  • The Gift of Language City Journal, Autumn 2006
  • How Not to Do It Oh, to be in England, Winter 2007
  • The Handwriting Is on the Wall Wall Street Journal, 07-09-11


  • Environment
  • The Persistence of Ideology Oh, to be in England, Winter 2009


  • Ethnicity
  • Choosing To Fail Oh, to be in England, Winter 2000
  • The Man Who Predicted the Race Riots Oh, to be in England, Spring 2002
  • The Dumbest Immigration Policy Oh, to be in England, Winter 2001
  • Less Liberté Means Less Egalité City Journal, Winter 2006
  • Anti-Semitism Without Anti-Semites City Journal, Spring 2006


  • Feminism
  • Ibsen and His Discontents City Journal, Summer 2005
  • The Rage of Virginia Woolf City Journal, Summer 2002


  • Foreign Affairs
  • After Empire City Journal, Spring 2003
  • Colbert vs. Smith? City Journal, Summer 2005
  • Flower of Evil? Diarist, Summer 2005
  • The Uses of Corruption City Journal, Summer 2001
  • The Roads to Serfdom Oh, to be in England, Spring 2005
  • High and Low Diarist, Spring 2005
  • The Specters Haunting Dresden City Journal, Winter 2005
  • Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics City Journal, Winter 2005
  • Discontent in Paradise Diarist, Summer 2004
  • Less Liberté Means Less Egalité City Journal, Winter 2006
  • Dangerous History City Journal, Winter 2006
  • The Empty Fanatic City Journal, Winter 2006
  • Autos-da-fé Diarist, Winter 2006
  • France’s New Serfdom City Journal, 30 January 2006
  • Viva Voltaire City Journal, 10 February 2006
  • No Beheadings, Please, We’re British. City Journal, 6 February 2006
  • Red Ken, the Odious City Journal, 9 March 2006
  • Profumo After the Affair City Journal, 15 March 2006
  • Anti-Semitism Without Anti-Semites City Journal, Spring 2006
  • It’s This Bad Oh, to be in England, Spring 2006
  • Vanishing Decencies Diarist, Spring 2006
  • Crime and Indulgence City Journal, Summer 2006
  • Real Crime, Fake Justice Oh, to be in England, Summer 2006
  • Surreal London City Journal, Autumn 2006
  • Talking Turkey City Journal, Autumn 2006
  • Rewarding Bad Behavior City Journal, Winter 2007
  • The Real Meaning of Barbarism City Journal, Winter 2007
  • How Not to Do It Oh, to be in England, Winter 2007
  • The Eternal Present Diarist, Winter 2007
  • Delusions of Honesty Oh, to be in England, Summer 2007
  • Time Out Londonistan City Journal, Summer 2007
  • A Confusion of Tongues Oh, to be in England, Spring 2008
  • Childhood’s End Oh, to be in England, Summer 2008
  • The Quivering Upper Lip Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2008
  • Cuba Libre? Front Page Magazine, 04-29-09
  • Cuba: A Cemetery of Hopes Front Page Magazine, 01-05-09
  • Europe Does Sex Scandals Better Los Angeles Times, 03-16-08
  • No Way to Treat a Lady Wall Street Journal, 03-31-07
  • Suicide of the West The Claremont Review of Books, 09-28-06
  • Britain Has Been Left a Poisonous Legacy The Globe and Mail, 09-13-06
  • Divided Hearts National Review Online, 09-11-06
  • Is "Old Europe" Doomed? Cato Unbound, 02-06-06
  • From Stiff Upper Lip to Clenched Jaw The Australian News, 05-14-06
  • Bonfire of the Vanities Wall Street Journal, 01-23-06
  • Haiti's Apocalypse National Post, 01-19-10
  • A Wiser Holland National Review Online, 01-23-06
  • Murder Most Academic Oh, to be in England, Spring 2011
  • Why London Bridge is Falling New York Daily News, 08-10-11
  • Appetite For Destruction The Spectator UK, 08-13-11
  • British Rioters The Spawn Of A Bankrupt Ruling Elite The Australian News, 08-11-11
  • The Barbarians Inside Britain's Gates Wall Street Journal, 08-15-11
  • Austerity in the U.K. Oh, to be in England, Summer 2011
  • Sympathy Deformed Oh, to be in England, Spring 2010
  • Britain's Cherished, Lousy National Health Service Los Angeles Times, 08-08-12
  • Zadie Smith’s London Oh, to be in England, Winter 2013
  • Sentimentalizing Serial Murder Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2012
  • Universal Mediocrity Oh, to be in England, Summer 2012
  • Ball Hogs Oh, to be in England, Spring 2012
  • The European Crack-Up Oh, to be in England, Winter 2012
  • Moody’s Doesn’t Rate City Journal, Spring 2013
  • The Discriminating Philistine Oh, to be in England, Spring 2013


  • Government Reform
  • Free at Last Diarist, Autumn 2000


  • Healthcare
  • Addicted to Addicts City Journal, Winter 1999
  • Good-bye, Cruel World Oh, to be in England, Winter 1997
  • Free to Choose City Journal, Autumn 1996
  • That’s Mister Hyde to You City Journal, 11 July 2002
  • The Starving Criminal Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2002
  • Why New Vaccines Are Scarce Books and Culture, 6 March 2006
  • Is There a 'Right' to Health Care? Wall Street Journal, 07-28-09
  • Man vs. Mutt Wall Street Journal, 08-08-09
  • Health of the State National Review Online, 09-23-04
  • New Efficiencies in Health Care? Not Likely Wall Street Journal, 04-16-11
  • Universal Mediocrity Oh, to be in England, Summer 2012
  • To Have or to Be? Oh, to be in England, Spring 2014


  • Higher Education
  • That’s Mister Hyde to You City Journal, 11 July 2002
  • A Terrorist Returns City Journal, 31 May 2002
  • Inclusive Failure City Journal, Autumn 2004
  • Babies Give Purpose To Desperate Lives Canada.com, 10-21-06


  • History
  • All Our Pomp of Yesterday Oh, to be in England, Summer 1999
  • How to Read a Society City Journal, Spring 2000
  • How—and How Not—to Love Mankind City Journal, Summer 2001
  • Who’s to Blame? City Journal, Autumn 2001
  • Trivializing the Holocaust II City Journal, 12 April 2002
  • An Undismal Economist City Journal, Summer 2002
  • After Empire City Journal, Spring 2003
  • The Prince of Poisoners Diarist, Autumn 2004
  • Dangerous History City Journal, Winter 2006
  • A Drinker of Infinity Oh, to be in England, Spring 2007
  • The Rosenbergs, Always Front Page Magazine, 04-15-09
  • The Meaning of Beheading National Review Online, 10-24-05
  • Modernity’s Uninvited Guest Oh, to be in England, Summer 2010


  • Homelessness
  • Free to Choose City Journal, Autumn 1996


  • Housing and Redevelopment
  • Do Sties Make Pigs? City Journal, Summer 1995
  • Barbarians on the March City Journal, Autumn 1999


  • Immigration
  • The Dumbest Immigration Policy Oh, to be in England, Winter 2001
  • Choosing To Fail Oh, to be in England, Winter 2000
  • Multiculturalism Starts Losing Its Luster Oh, to be in England, Summer 2004
  • Less Liberté Means Less Egalité City Journal, Winter 2006
  • A Confusion of Tongues Oh, to be in England, Spring 2008


  • Islam
  • Live and Let Live—for Now City Journal, Spring 2003
  • The Barbarians at the Gates of Paris City Journal, Autumn 2002
  • The Suicide Bombers Among Us City Journal, Autumn 2005
  • Choosing To Fail Oh, to be in England, Winter 2000
  • When Islam Breaks Down City Journal, Spring 2004
  • The Empty Fanatic City Journal, Winter 2006
  • Viva Voltaire City Journal, 10 February 2006
  • No Beheadings, Please, We’re British. City Journal, 6 February 2006
  • British Freedom and Muslim Discipline City Journal, 13 March 2006
  • Anti-Semitism Without Anti-Semites City Journal, Spring 2006
  • All or Nothing Books and Culture, 4 June 2006
  • The Terrorists Among Us City Journal, Summer 2006
  • Dhimming the Light City Journal, Winter 2007
  • Time Out Londonistan City Journal, Summer 2007
  • A Confusion of Tongues Oh, to be in England, Spring 2008
  • The Persistence of Ideology Oh, to be in England, Winter 2009


  • Law Enforcement
  • ‘Ang ‘em City Journal, Winter 2002
  • Policeman in Wonderland Oh, to be in England, Spring 2000
  • Ideas That Kill Diarist, Winter 2000
  • A "Free" Fix? City Journal, Winter 2003
  • Prison Porn City Journal, Winter 2003
  • The Barbarians at the Gates of Paris City Journal, Autumn 2002
  • The Starving Criminal Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2002
  • Don’t Legalize Drugs City Journal, Spring 1997
  • A Horror Story City Journal, Spring 1996
  • Zero Intolerance Oh, to be in England, Summer 1998
  • What Causes Crime? Oh, to be in England, Spring 1998
  • How Criminologists Foster Crime Oh, to be in England, Autumn 1999
  • A Coda City Journal, Summer 2000
  • Real Crime, Fake Justice Oh, to be in England, Summer 2006


  • Legal Issues
  • Free at Last Diarist, Autumn 2000
  • Law Isn’t Enough Diarist, Autumn 2005
  • Don’t Legalize Drugs City Journal, Spring 1997
  • Why New Vaccines Are Scarce Books and Culture, 6 March 2006


  • Love and Sex
  • Prison Porn City Journal, Winter 2003
  • What’s Wrong with Twinkling Buttocks? Oh, to be in England, Summer 2003
  • Sex and the Shakespeare Reader Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2003
  • Ibsen and His Discontents City Journal, Summer 2005
  • All Sex, All the Time City Journal, Summer 2000
  • The Rush from Judgment Oh, to be in England, Summer 1997
  • Good-bye, Cruel World Oh, to be in England, Winter 1997
  • Tough Love Oh, to be in England, Winter 1999
  • Who Killed Childhood? Oh, to be in England, Spring 2004
  • Europe Does Sex Scandals Better Los Angeles Times, 03-16-08


  • Media
  • A Taste for Danger City Journal, Summer 1998
  • Benetton’s Evil Ads I: Righteous Consumerism City Journal, Spring 2000
  • Puffing Puff Daddy City Journal, Summer 2001
  • The Economist Sees No Evil City Journal, 20 February 2002
  • A Perplexed Guide Diarist, Winter 2001
  • Seeing Is Not Believing Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2000
  • Ideas That Kill Diarist, Winter 2000
  • Trivializing the Holocaust II City Journal, 12 April 2002
  • The Most Politically Correct Magazine in the World City Journal, 25 February 2002
  • Theoretical Criminals City Journal, Summer 2002
  • Theory vs. Reality? The French Choose Theory City Journal, 15 July 2002
  • Smearing Orwell City Journal, Summer 2003
  • Anti-Semitism Without Anti-Semites City Journal, Spring 2006
  • Cuba: A Cemetery of Hopes Front Page Magazine, 01-05-09
  • Point of View: Misguided by the Stars The Star, 05-27-07
  • Murder Most Academic Oh, to be in England, Spring 2011


  • Mental Illness
  • In the Asylum Oh, to be in England, Summer 2005
  • Free to Choose City Journal, Autumn 1996
  • Everyone on the Couch Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2013
  • Addiction Is A Matter Of Persistence, Not Fate The Epoch Times, 03-16-14


  • Monuments
  • Victimhood Equals Heroism City Journal, Spring 2004


  • National Politics
  • Is There a 'Right' to Health Care? Wall Street Journal, 07-28-09
  • Cuba: A Cemetery of Hopes Front Page Magazine, 01-05-09
  • No Way to Treat a Lady Wall Street Journal, 03-31-07
  • Suicide of the West The Claremont Review of Books, 09-28-06
  • Britain Has Been Left a Poisonous Legacy The Globe and Mail, 09-13-06
  • Divided Hearts National Review Online, 09-11-06


  • New York City
  • A Perplexed Guide Diarist, Winter 2001


  • NYC Economy
  • The Root of the Wall Street Debacle Front Page Magazine, 02-10-09


  • Obituaries
  • And So He Became a Communist Front Page Magazine, 04-21-09


  • Other Cities
  • Flower of Evil? Diarist, Summer 2005
  • Why Havana Had to Die City Journal, Summer 2002
  • The Veneer of Civilization National Review Online, 09-26-05
  • Zadie Smith’s London Oh, to be in England, Winter 2013


  • Policing
  • A Perplexed Guide Diarist, Winter 2001
  • Policeman in Wonderland Oh, to be in England, Spring 2000
  • Zero Intolerance Oh, to be in England, Summer 1998
  • A Coda City Journal, Summer 2000
  • Theoretical Criminals City Journal, Summer 2002
  • How Not to Do It Oh, to be in England, Winter 2007
  • Islam, The Marxism of Our Time Front Page Magazine, 09-21-07


  • Political Correctness
  • A "Free" Fix? City Journal, Winter 2003
  • Not All Cultures Are Equal City Journal, Spring 2003
  • In the Asylum Oh, to be in England, Summer 2005
  • Seeing Is Not Believing Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2000
  • Multiculti Museums—Or Else City Journal, Summer 2000
  • And Dying Thus Around Us Every Day Oh, to be in England, Spring 2001
  • Multiculturalism Starts Losing Its Luster Oh, to be in England, Summer 2004
  • Inclusive Failure City Journal, Autumn 2004
  • Engineering Souls City Journal, Spring 2007
  • Point of View: Misguided by the Stars The Star, 05-27-07


  • Politics
  • The Uses of Corruption City Journal, Summer 2001
  • How PC Boosts Le Pen City Journal, 25 April 2002
  • Prison Porn City Journal, Winter 2003
  • Discontent in Paradise Diarist, Summer 2004
  • My Economic Interests Front Page Magazine, 01-26-09
  • Europe Does Sex Scandals Better Los Angeles Times, 03-16-08
  • Point of View: Misguided by the Stars The Star, 05-27-07
  • Sarkozy Must Ring the Changes The New English Review, 05-17-07
  • There Is No God but Politics The New English Review, 05-16-07
  • Notoriety Beats Anonymity; A 21st-Century Massacre Times Online, 04-20-07
  • No Way to Treat a Lady Wall Street Journal, 03-31-07
  • Delusions of Honesty OpinionJournal.com, 07-18-07
  • The Terrible Logic of Kids, Drugs and Killin Times Online, 02-19-07
  • Babies Give Purpose To Desperate Lives Canada.com, 10-21-06
  • Suicide of the West The Claremont Review of Books, 09-28-06
  • Britain Has Been Left a Poisonous Legacy The Globe and Mail, 09-13-06
  • Divided Hearts National Review Online, 09-11-06
  • Health of the State National Review Online, 09-23-04


  • Poverty
  • What is Poverty? Oh, to be in England, Spring 1999
  • Barbarians on the Thames Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2011
  • Sympathy Deformed Oh, to be in England, Spring 2010


  • Prisons
  • Prison Porn City Journal, Winter 2003
  • How Criminologists Foster Crime Oh, to be in England, Autumn 1999
  • Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics City Journal, Winter 2005
  • How Prisons Became Just An Extension of Britain's Welfare State Daily Express, 05-01-08


  • Quality of Life
  • Don’t Legalize Drugs City Journal, Spring 1997
  • Festivity, and Menace City Journal, Winter 1996
  • Theoretical Criminals City Journal, Summer 2002
  • Life at the Bottom: The Worldview That Makes the Underclass Book, November 2001
  • A "Free" Fix? City Journal, Winter 2003
  • How Prisons Became Just An Extension of Britain's Welfare State Daily Express, 05-01-08
  • Post Mortem on Sellafield: Don't Panic Times Online, 04-19-07
  • Babies Give Purpose To Desperate Lives Canada.com, 10-21-06
  • Inflation's Moral Hazard National Post, 09-21-09
  • The Veneer of Civilization National Review Online, 09-26-05
  • I Hereby Resolve To Make Fewer Resolutions New York Daily News, 12-29-09


  • Race
  • Not All Cultures Are Equal City Journal, Spring 2003
  • And Dying Thus Around Us Every Day Oh, to be in England, Spring 2001
  • The Man Who Predicted the Race Riots Oh, to be in England, Spring 2002
  • A Modern Witch Trial Oh, to be in England, Spring 2009


  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Not All Cultures Are Equal City Journal, Spring 2003
  • Why Brits Love Iron Mike City Journal, Spring 2000
  • The Man Who Predicted the Race Riots Oh, to be in England, Spring 2002
  • Less Liberté Means Less Egalité City Journal, Winter 2006


  • Race Issues
  • Why Brits Love Iron Mike City Journal, Spring 2000
  • Puffing Puff Daddy City Journal, Summer 2001
  • Reader, She Married Him—Alas City Journal, Spring 1995


  • Race Relations
  • The Suicide Bombers Among Us City Journal, Autumn 2005
  • A Modern Witch Trial Oh, to be in England, Spring 2009


  • Regulation
  • Multiculti Museums—Or Else City Journal, Summer 2000


  • Religion
  • Live and Let Live—for Now City Journal, Spring 2003
  • The Heart of a Heartless World City Journal, Summer 1996
  • Choosing To Fail Oh, to be in England, Winter 2000
  • When Islam Breaks Down City Journal, Spring 2004
  • What the New Atheists Don’t See Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2007
  • What the New Atheists Don’t See National Review Online, 10-29-07
  • Sarkozy Must Ring the Changes The New English Review, 05-17-07
  • There Is No God but Politics The New English Review, 05-16-07
  • Delusions of Honesty OpinionJournal.com, 07-18-07
  • Divided Hearts National Review Online, 09-11-06
  • So That's the Reason Wall Street Journal, 10-14-05
  • Tolerance, If Not Respect National Review Online, 03-01-06


  • School Curriculum and Programs
  • The Man Who Predicted the Race Riots Oh, to be in England, Spring 2002
  • An F for French Schools City Journal, Winter 2000
  • We Don't Want No Education City Journal, Winter 1995
  • Inclusive Failure City Journal, Autumn 2004


  • Schools and Ethnicity
  • An F for French Schools City Journal, Winter 2000


  • Scientific Evidence
  • Knowledge Doesn't Always Mean Power Times Online, 03-12-09


  • Subsidized Housing
  • The Barbarians at the Gates of Paris City Journal, Autumn 2002


  • Taxes and Budget
  • “There’s No Damned Merit in It” Oh, to be in England, Spring 1997
  • Austerity in the U.K. Oh, to be in England, Summer 2011
  • Moody’s Doesn’t Rate City Journal, Spring 2013


  • Terrorism
  • The Suicide Bombers Among Us City Journal, Autumn 2005
  • Who’s to Blame? City Journal, Autumn 2001


  • Underclass
  • Not All Cultures Are Equal City Journal, Spring 2003
  • The Barbarians at the Gates of Paris City Journal, Autumn 2002
  • The Starving Criminal Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2002
  • Why Brits Love Iron Mike City Journal, Spring 2000
  • Good-bye, Cruel World Oh, to be in England, Winter 1997
  • Tough Love Oh, to be in England, Winter 1999
  • What is Poverty? Oh, to be in England, Spring 1999
  • Lost in the Ghetto Oh, to be in England, Summer 2000
  • A Murderess’s Tale Oh, to be in England, Winter 2005
  • The Frivolity of Evil Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2004
  • Autos-da-fé Diarist, Winter 2006
  • Barbarians on the Thames Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2011


  • Urban Issues
  • Seeing Is Not Believing Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2000
  • Lost in the Ghetto Oh, to be in England, Summer 2000


  • War on Terror
  • What We Have to Lose City Journal, Autumn 2001
  • The Suicide Bombers Among Us City Journal, Autumn 2005
  • Who’s to Blame? City Journal, Autumn 2001
  • Islam, The Marxism of Our Time Front Page Magazine, 09-21-07
  • Cutthroats in White Coats National Review Online, 07-30-07
  • The Case for Mistrusting Muslims Los Angeles Times, 07-08-07


  • Welfare
  • Lost in the Ghetto Oh, to be in England, Summer 2000
  • Nanny Knows Best City Journal, 24 April 2002
  • The Frivolity of Evil Oh, to be in England, Autumn 2004
  • Trouble in Paradise City Journal, Summer 2013
  • Monstrous Oh, to be in England, Summer 2013


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