Angry New Yorker

Wednesday, January 31, 2007
City Journal Winter 2007. Winter 2007.

A quarterly magazine of urban affairs, published by the Manhattan Institute, edited by Myron Magnet.


Nicole Gelinas
Help Us, Governor Spitzer!

This crusading reformer has his work cut out for him.

Heather Mac Donald
Elites to Anti-Affirmative-Action Voters: Drop Dead

The University of California has spent a decade wiggling around Proposition 209.

Kay S. Hymowitz
The New Black Realism

A new generation sees opportunity in America—and
seizes it.

Steven Malanga
Yes, Rudy Giuliani Is a Conservative

And an electable one, at that.

Christopher Hitchens
Facing the Islamist Menace

Mark Steyn’s new book is a welcome wake-up call.

Victor Davis Hanson
Mexifornia, Five Years Later

The flood of illegal immigrants into California has made things worse than I foresaw.

John Kekes
Reflections on the Revolution in Hungary

After half a century, does it seem worth it?

John Leo
Free Inquiry? Not on Campus

And the college speech police threaten the liberty of us all.

Heather Mac Donald
No, the Cops Didn’t Murder Sean Bell

And here’s what decent black advocates would say.

Sol Stern
This Bush Education Reform Really Works

Reading First, though much maligned, succeeds in teaching kids to read.


David Garrard Lowe
The Houses of Worship That Hallow New York

A tour through three centuries of history and architecture


In Prospect

The Truth About Poverty
Muslim Mau-Mauing
Dhimming the Light
Bonus Boom, But . . .
Rewarding Bad Behavior
The Real Meaning of Barbarism
The Big Lie, Clothbound
The Garden State Wilts

Theodore Dalrymple
Oh, to be in England

How Not to Do It



Theodore Dalrymple
Shropshire Diarist

The Eternal Present

Saturday, January 13, 2007
New boss, same as the old boss.

Now that Eliot Spitzer is Governor, and the rather oily Andrew Cuomo is, amazingly, Attorney General, it's a depressing time for New York republicans, who more and more are essentially stuck "behind enemy lines" here.

But like the commandos in WWII, there's still much we can accomplish. Stay tuned.

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