Despite his tired atheistic cliches and his boorish ideoloogical bromides, Christopher Hitchens is still by turns funny, insightful, and poignant. It is difficult to see that in his four-part debate with Douglas Wilson in the online pages of Christianity Today. But, it is on full display in his essay on Londinistan in the current Vanity Fair. Hitchens asks how Britain moved from cricket and fish-and-chips to burkas and shoe-bombers in a single generation? Great question. Disturbing answer.