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A Se'nnight of Steyn, July 10-16

In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:

~The week began with Steyn on Dover Beach for the first of our video poetry selections. We were gratified by the (mostly) warm response, for example from Mark Steyn Club Founding Member Annie:

Bless you Mark. Please, please keep the Sunday Poems coming, and keep them in video. Poets long ago changed the world with their words. Now they are not taught at all, to our shame.

Indeed. Keep an eye out for our next one. Our Song of the Week, meanwhile, was verse of a more genial disposition, all Irish hearts and lilting laughter: "Peg O' My Heart."

~On Monday, speaking of music, Steyn considered the media meltdown over Trump's Warsaw speech: The President spoke of symphonies, but the press heard only dog-whistles. It was our most-read piece of the week.

~On Tuesday, Mark returned to "Varney & Co" on Fox Business for further consideration of the civilizational naysayers among the American media - and of the Canadian Government's decision to endow murderous traitor Omar Khadr with a jihadist jackpot.

~On Wednesday, Steyn remembered Chris de Freitas, one of the principled climatologists he cited in his book "A Disgrace to the Profession": The World's Scientists - in Their Own Words - on Michael E Mann, His Hockey Stick and Their Damage to Science Volume One. Professor de Freitas paid a high price for being on the receiving end of the hockey stick.

~By midweek, the Democrats' Red Scare was cranked up to fever pitch with the latest revelations re Donald Trump Jr. Mark joined Tucker Carlson to discuss the Azerbaijani connection. Click below to watch:

Warming to his theme, Steyn did his best to keep a straight face with "Fox & Friends" on Thursday morning.

~On Friday Mark was "Outnumbered" as the #OneLucky Guy surrounded by Kennedy, Harris, Meghan and Marie. Many topics came up for debate, including health care and the media's ignorance of and antipathy to faith. Click below for an excerpt:

~With all this collusion in the air, our weekend movie date looked at the last time Russo-American collusion went awry for a president, with Harrison Ford aboard Air Force One. On Saturday night, Mark unwound with Shannon Bream, Kat Timpf and Tyrus for the full hour on "The Greg Gutfeld Show".

All of our content at SteynOnline is made possible through the support of members of The Mark Steyn Club. Don't worry, none of our regular features are being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are providing Club members with a few extras, including the aforementioned poetic divertissement. Founding Member Charles Duke writes:

Dover Beach video was outstanding in every way. The way you wove your discourse on the present currents sweeping through humanity via the poem was enlightening, frightening, enriching and extremely well done. I think your newest effort is a tremendously good idea.

We'll be back with another very soon - and with this month's exciting yarn in our series Tales for Our Time. For more on The Mark Steyn Club, see here.

Due to an unexpected sales surge, the CD of Mark's cat album Feline Groovy: Songs for Swingin' Cats has temporarily sold out at Amazon. Don't worry, the re-stock is en route, and in the meantime you can pick it up at the Steyn Store, where Mark Steyn Club members get it at a special member price that will have you feline even more groovy!

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week - and continues tomorrow with a brand new SteynPost.

July 16, 2017 at 8:13 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, July 3-9

For members of The Mark Steyn Club, we have a brand new weekend feature for you today: Poetry! Mark revisits some classic verse that played an important part in America Alone. For more on The Mark Steyn Club, see below.

Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:

~The week began with Mark celebrating the centenary of Lena Horne, and her signature song.

~On Monday Steyn considered the ever expanding ideological comfort zone in which terrorism incubates.

~Tuesday was Independence Day. Steyn marked the occasion with an appreciation of a great American hymn, and, closer to home, recalled the town that was insufficiently independent to hold an Independence Day parade. Up north, by contrast, Canada's Justin Trudeau inaugurated the first post-national holiday.

~Mark spent Wednesday on TV and radio. First, he joined John Oakley at Toronto's AM640 to discuss, among other matters, the $10 million jihadist jackpot given to murderous traitor Omar Khadr. Click below to listen:

Later he checked in with Tucker Carlson on Fox News to enjoy another spectacularly awful week for CNN:

~On Thursday President Trump delivered a memorable speech in Warsaw. Steyn analyzed it in our most-read column of the week: "The Will of the West."

~At the weekend we like to avert our gaze from the grubby media circus and enjoy a few cultural pleasures. But this week's movie date featured a TV host even more menacing than Wolf Blitzer.

All of our content at SteynOnline is made possible through the support of members of The Mark Steyn Club. Don't worry, none of our regular features are being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are providing Club members with a few extras, including our brand new Sunday divertissement. For more on The Mark Steyn Club, see here.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week bonus - and keep an eye out for Mark on your TV screens as the week progresses.

July 9, 2017 at 9:20 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, June 26-July 2

Happy Post-Sequicentennial to all our Canadian readers and Happy Pre-Glorious Fourth to all our American readers. In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:

~The week began with the 50th anniversary of a memorable movie song and America's Number One Record of the Year: "To Sir, with Love."

~On Monday The Daily Telegraph in Sydney noted the prescience of Steyn's words seven years ago on the ever expanding security perimeter.

~On Tuesday Mark considered Justin Trudeau's answer to a question nobody was asking: Which Muslim socks should you wear to the gay parade? It was our most-read piece of the week. In an even livelier breakthrough for vibrant diversity, a Canadian Tire store saw the first recorded instance of golf-club jihadism.

~It was a very bad week for CNN, but it made for a lively discussion when Steyn joined Tucker Carlson live on Fox News on Wednesday. Lots of viewers enjoyed this, and lots of news outlets picked up on Mark's comments. Elmo, black holes and interpretative dance were involved. If you haven't yet seen it, click below to watch:

~On Thursday Steyn featured the most unabashed musical tribute to the heroism of Flight 93 in the immediate aftermath of 9/11 - and by a Canadian. This was part of his series of Canadian songs that might not obviously appear to be Canadian, including Billboard's first ever American Number One record, an upstate New York drive-in classic, the quintessential Brazilian bossa nova, and a Filipino karaoke classic.

~Earlier in the week Steyn asked Mark Steyn Club members to submit their questions for Friday's video edition of Mark's Mailbox. It was a lively bunch of topics including everything from the brutal Afghan winter to a hot-diggety-dog-ziggety Spanish classic. Click below to watch:

~Saturday was the 150th anniversary of the Dominion of Canada, born on July 1st 1867. By comparison with the centennial, it was something of a muted anniversary. Mark observed the occasion with a look at the curious history of "O Canada", and a great war film about the country, 49th Parallel.

Mark's Mailbox, The Mark Steyn Show and much of the rest of our content at SteynOnline are made possible through the support of members of The Mark Steyn Club. Don't worry, none of our regular content is being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are providing Club members with a few extras, including a brand new feature launching later this month. For more on The Mark Steyn Club, see here.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with a Song of the Week bonus. Have a great Fourth of July, and keep an ear and eye out for Mark on your radio and TV north and south of the border.

July 2, 2017 at 9:25 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, June 19-25

Happy St-Jean-Baptiste Day weekend to all our Quebec readers. We have a cinematic celebration of the province's health care system - and later tonight a Québécois song you might not think of as such.

Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:

~The week began with a van attack on Muslims leaving a London mosque. Steyn considered the question of action and reaction.

~On Monday Mark wrapped up his serialization of H G Wells' classic tale of a bifurcated humanity, The Time Machine. This was the second in his series of audio adventures, Tales for Our Time - a bonus feature for Mark Steyn Club members. You can hear all the episodes here.

~On Tuesday Mark looked north to a viceregal kerfuffle on immigration, Indians and identity politics. There were more Canadian capers when Steyn joined Tucker Carlson on Fox News to discuss transgender pronouns, and also one-way multiculturalism. Click below to watch:

~Tuesday night saw the Democrats' hopes dashed in the Georgia special election. On the Wednesday morning after, Steyn started the day with "Fox & Friends" to discuss the folly of over-investing in celebrity activists and Deep State dinner theatre.

~On Thursday Mark examined Robert Mueller's money-no-object "Russia investigation" in what became our most-read piece of the week: "Fifteen Lawyers in Search of a Crime."

~This week's brand new episode of The Mark Steyn Show featured Mark's full-length interview with Douglas Murray on his new book The Strange Death of Europe. Click below to watch:

For more on the fatal ennui in Britain and elsewhere, see Steyn's Friday column, "A Tale of Two Johnsons".

~At the weekend we always recommend taking your mind off the woes of the world and sampling some of our movie and musical features - for example, Mark's celebration of songs for caped crusaders and swingin' sexists.

The Mark Steyn Show, Tales for Our Time and much of the rest of our content at SteynOnline are made possible through the support of members of The Mark Steyn Club. Don't worry, none of our regular content is being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are providing Club members with a few extras, including a brand new feature launching in early July. For more on The Mark Steyn Club, see here.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week inaugurating a week of Canadian songs in the run-up to the 150th Dominion Day.

June 25, 2017 at 6:02 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, June 12-18

Happy Father's Day to all our pops, pas and paters around the planet. We have a song for the season - and a doughnut for the day.

Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:

~The week began with a live-performance edition of Steyn's Song of the Week. Bond villain and Hollywood tough guy Robert Davi joined Mark for a Cole Porter classic. Click below to watch:

~On Monday, Steyn analyzed the results of the UK general election, in which the safe pair of hands fumbled the easiest ball.

~On Tuesday, Mark contrasted the left's instant hatred for Theresa May's allegedly homophobic and misogynist Ulster allies with their entirely relaxed attitude to Jeremy Corbyn's virulently homophobic and misogynist Islamic allies.

~This week's SteynPost considered the recent increase in political violence by the left. Click below to watch:

A few hours later, on the morning of Flag Day, the GOP's Congressional baseball team became the target of a mass assassination attempt. Mark discussed the attack - and the descent of political discourse - on a double-dose of Tucker Carlson's Wednesday show. Here's a taste:

For the complete versions of his two Wednesday interviews with Tucker, see here.

~The other midweek horror story came, as so many recent horrors have, from England: the conflagration that destroyed Grenfell Tower in North Kensington. Steyn pondered the grim events in what became our most-read piece of the week: "The Great Fire of a New London."

~On the weekend we continued with the second in Mark's series of audio adventures, Tales for Our Time, whose tale of a bifurcated humanity seems timelier than ever in light of the headlines: the H G Wells classic The Time Machine.

Tales for Our Time and our video content are made possible through the support of members of The Mark Steyn Club. Don't worry, none of our regular content is being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are providing Club members with a few extras. And, if you're stumped for a last-minute Father's Day gift for the Steyn fan in your family, we hope you'll consider a Gift Membership to the Club or one of the many other delights of the Steyn Store. (And, if you're an existing member, remember to use your promo code for special member pricing!)

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week - and Part Ten of The Time Machine.

June 18, 2017 at 7:41 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, June 5-11

In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:

~The week began with the aftermath of the London Bridge terror attack. On the morning after, Steyn appeared on "Fox & Friends" to discuss the second mass murder in Britain within twelve days. Click below to watch:

~The following day, as the usual absurd revelations about this week's "known wolves" piled up, Mark returned to the subject both on Fox News and on America's Number One radio show. In his column he noted that Britons and Europeans were getting used to it.

~On Tuesday Steyn invited Mark Steyn Club members around the world to submit questions for our latest Clubland Q&A. You can watch his answers below, on everything from post-Christian Europe to Tommy Robinson and Sting - and stick around for a double-dose of cultural appropriation right at the end. Click to watch:

~Wednesday marked the centenary of the birth of Dean Martin. Steyn observed the occasion with a consideration of Dean on screen, and a favorite song. Later he joined Tucker Carlson on TV to discuss the new tribalism of identity politics, and John Oakley on the radio to ponder Obama in Montreal and Theresa in trouble. Click below to listen:

~Thursday was a day of pseudo-drama and the real thing. On the former, Mark considered Jim Comey's testimony to Congress in our most-read piece of the week: "Comeytose State." On the latter, Steyn reflected on a disastrous election result for Theresa May, and possibly for Brexit - and the Prime Minister's impending Therexit.

~Friday saw the launch of the second in Mark's series of audio adventures, Tales for Our Time: This time Steyn's reading H G Wells' classic story of bifurcated humanity, The Time Machine. Our first adaptation - Conan Doyle's The Tragedy of the Korosko - was a big hit with Mark Steyn Club members. Founding Member Melanie Cooke writes:

My husband and I greatly enjoyed your reading of The Tragedy of the Korosko. The music, the story and the different characters' accents as performed by you, held us spellbound. It was also eye opening in the demonstration of the chasm between western and Islamic culture. They haven't changed much... and regrettably we seem to still be resolutely unwilling to face that fact.

Looking forward to The Time Machine.

~For our Saturday movie date, Mark revisited a crackerjack political thriller with Kevin Costner, Gene Hackman, corrupt politicians and Russian spies, No Way Out - followed by Part Two of Steyn's reading of The Time Machine.

Tales for Our Time and our video content are made possible through the support of Founding Members of The Mark Steyn Club. Don't worry, none of our regular content is being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are providing Club members with a few extras. For more details, see here.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with a special live-music edition of our Song of the Week - and Part Three of The Time Machine.

June 11, 2017 at 6:31 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, May 29-June 4

Last night, twelve days after Manchester, Britain was hit by another murderous terror attack - this time in London. Mark shared some initial thoughts on Fox News, and, in print, here.

Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:

~The week began with Memorial Day observances. Mark offered some thoughts on war and sacrifice, a song for the season, and a poem from his daughter.

~Monday was also the centenary of the birth of John F Kennedy. Steyn looked back at young Jack - and at the post-death mythological Jack.

~On Tuesday Mark considered the curiously coercive uniformity of the response to the Manchester terrorist attack: "The Ruin of England" was our most-read column of the week. The Manchester suicide bombing was also the subject of this week's SteynPost. Click below to watch:

~On Wednesday Hillary Clinton opened up and let rip with a lengthy list of people who cost her the 2016 election - including certain sinister Macedonians. Mark joined Tucker Carlson on Fox News and tried to take it seriously. Click below to watch:

~Thursday was a busy day for Mark, on TV, radio and in print. He started the day with "Fox & Friends" demonstrating "The Full Covfefe", then guest-hosted The Rush Limbaugh Show, and rounded out the day with a column continuing his analysis of terrorism in England: "The New Mancunians." But the big news on Thursday was President Trump's withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord, as Mark discussed on Fox News with Neil Cavuto.

~To close out the week The Mark Steyn Weekend Show offered a welcome break from the woes of the world, as Mark mused on McDonald's and Mary Tyler Moore, and the great Patsy Gallant joined him with a trio of songs in celebration of Édith Piaf. Click below to watch:

~Our Saturday movie date marked the one hundredth anniversary of Dean Martin with a consideration of Dean on screen.

~The Mark Steyn Show and SteynPosts are made possible through the support of Founder Members of The Mark Steyn Club. Don't worry, none of our regular content is being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are providing Club founders with a few extras, such as Tales for Our Time and Clubland Q&A. For more details, see here.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week - and tomorrow, Monday, Mark analyses the London Bridge attack and the rest of the news as he guest-hosts America's Number One radio show.

June 4, 2017 at 6:56 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, May 22-28

To all our American readers, Happy Memorial Day weekend. We shall have some words and music appropriate to the occasion later today. To all our Canadian readers, there was a surprise finish to the world's longest party leadership contest, as Mark reported last night.

Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:

~The week began with the President overseas and discoursing on Islamic terrorism, prompting Mark to make a few observations on scripted remarks and Trumpism. Steyn's thesis was not persuasive to The New York Times' Ross Douthat.

~Our Monday morning Song of the Week celebrated one of the great landmark movie songs: "Over The Rainbow." We could all use a place "where troubles melt like lemon drops". Instead, a few hours later, at another musical event by another young singer, this week's Islamic barbarian slaughtered 22 concertgoers and wounded dozens more.

~Mark's Tuesday column on the bloodbath in Manchester was our most-read piece of the week: "'Dangerous Woman' Meets Dangerous Man." Later that day, he discussed the Orwellian inversion of language and other reactions to the carnage with Evan Solomon on CFRA.

~Wednesday's SteynPost was a special edition of Mark's Mailbox rounding up a few letters from Founding Members of The Mark Steyn Club he didn't get to in our live-across-the-globe Clubland Q&A session. Mark covered everything from Donald Trump to Oliver Twist. Click below to watch:

~Thursday's Mark Steyn Show featured a full-length interview with poet and Muslim reformer Raheel Raza. But Muslim reform seemed as remote and unrealistic as ever later that day when Mark joined Nigel Farage to consider some of the more disturbing aspects of events in Manchester with Tucker Carlson on Fox News. Click below to watch:

~On Friday Steyn checked in with Cheryl Casone on Fox Business to consider the now traditional pre-Ramadan carnival of killing - as well as Nancy Pelosi's A-Z of foreign policy.

~The week ended with the final episode of the first of Mark's serialized Tales for Our Time. Conan Doyle's The Tragedy of the Korosko concluded with the sheepskin on the sand. If you're a Founding Member of The Mark Steyn Club and playing catch-up on our nightly radio thriller, you can hear all fifteen episodes here. There'll be a brand new Tale for Our Time starting in June.

~Mark's weekend column brought breaking news: Steyn's long campaign to decriminalize Kinder Eggs in America has resulted in a hollow victory. Our Saturday movie date saluted the definitive Saint and a boffo Bond: the nimble-eyebrowed Roger Moore.

~As you may have discerned above, Mark now offers Founder Membership in The Mark Steyn Club, which comes with various benefits. Don't worry, none of our regular content is being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are providing Club founders with a few extras, such as the aforementioned Tales for Our Time and Clubland Q&A. The enrollment period for Founder Membership ends this Wednesday, May 31st. So, if you're considering signing up, don't leave it too long.

Those who subscribe to this weekly digest via our SteynOnline mailing list are automatically conscripted into The Mark Steyn Club, free of charge, as Basic Members - which admittedly sounds a bit dragged-down-the-aisle-from-coach-class on United, but it does entitle you to special Member Prices at the SteynOnline bookstore. Or you can upgrade to Founder Membership here.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with a song for the season - and some thoughts for Memorial Day. And listen for Mark back on the radio later this week.

May 28, 2017 at 7:25 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, May 15-21

To all our Canadian readers, Happy Victoria Day weekend. We have a film about Queen Victoria's wild side, and, for Founding Members of The Mark Steyn Club, a rollicking Victorian adventure written at the time of Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee in 1897 and narrated by Mark.

Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:

~The week began with another magazine editor falling victim to "cultural appropriation". Mark looked at the relentless march of the Shut-Up crowd.

~Our Monday morning Song of the Week celebrated an Abba Eurovision classic, with a little bit of a history lesson in it.

~Tuesday's SteynPost addressed a paradox of our time: In the absence of a security perimeter at the border, we now have to have a security perimeter around everything inside the border. Click below to watch:

~By Wednesday the American media's hamster wheel was spinning more furiously than ever. Mark's midweek column contrasted the "news" that we cover ceaselessly with the stories that never make the papers.

~On Thursday Steyn considered the further descent into barbarism of the social-justice left - the poisoning of Robert Spencer after his speaking engagement in Reykjavik.

~On Friday Mark remembered the late Roger Ailes, founder of Fox News. Later that day he appeared on one of the shows Ailes created - "Varney & Co" on Fox Business - to talk about Trump and a dysfunctional Washington. Click below to watch:

~On Saturday a brand new edition of The Mark Steyn Weekend Show found Mark in conversation on war, politics and culture with the Hollywood screenwriter Lionel Chetwynd. Click below to watch:

~As noted above, Mark now offers membership in The Mark Steyn Club, which comes with various benefits. Don't worry, none of our regular content is being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are providing Club founders with a few extras, such as our first live Clubland Question Time, in which Mark answered queries from members around the planet on not just the big doom'n'gloom stuff but everything from the Beatles to babysitting. You can read the questions, and Mark's answers, in full here. We'll have another round in the days ahead.

Those who subscribe to this weekly digest via our SteynOnline mailing list are automatically enrolled in The Mark Steyn Club, free of charge, as Basic Members - which admittedly sounds a bit dragged-down-the-aisle-from-coach-class on United, but it does entitle you to special Member Prices at the SteynOnline bookstore. Or you can upgrade to Founder Membership here.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week - and the latest episode of Mark's Tale for Our Time.

May 21, 2017 at 7:26 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, May 8-14

Happy Mother's Day to all the moms, mums, mas and maters among our readers. Mark has some songs for the season.

Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:

~The week began with the launch of Emmanuel Macron's presidency and the launch of The Mark Steyn Club. We like to think the latter will prove more consequential for the world. For details on our new club, see here. As for how it impacts Se'nnight of Steyn subscribers, scroll down.

~As for the French election, the Monday morning after the landslide before found Mark pondering the barrenness of Eurocrats. Steyn marked the occasion with a suitably Gallicly elegaic Song of the Week; Paris celebrated with a terror alert at the Gare du Nord.

~On Tuesday, President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. Mark marveled at the Democrat-media whiplash in what became our most read piece of the week.

~Wednesday's SteynPost examined what may well be the most important graph of our time. In other midweek media appearances, Mark joined John Oakley on Toronto's AM640 to consider whether Justin Trudeau's cardboard cutout is better suited to attend G7 summits, as well as the state of late-night comedy in the age of Trump. Click below to listen:

~Thursday's Mark Steyn Show featured a full-length interview with Australia's second longest-serving prime minister, The Hon John Howard, OM, AC. Click below to watch:

Speaking of Oz, there's plenty to savor in this profile of Steyn in the indispensable magazine Quadrant. Mark and John Bloom chew over both the Big Picture and life's small pleasures.

~As noted above, this week we launched The Mark Steyn Club with various benefits. Don't worry, none of our regular content is being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are offering Club members a few extras, including this weekend the launch of our series of audio adventures, Tales for Our Time. As Marian Booker commented after the first episode:

This Tales for Our Time is a wonderful idea. I'm enjoying it very much. Can't wait for the next installment!

Thank you, Marian. Much appreciated. There'll be a new episode tonight.

~For our Saturday movie date we went shagadelic, baby, as Steyn marked the 20th anniversary of Austin Powers.

Those who subscribe to this weekly digest via our SteynOnline mailing list are automatically enrolled in The Mark Steyn Club, free of charge, as Basic Members - which admittedly sounds a bit dragged-down-the-aisle-from-coach-class on United, but it does entitle you to special Member Prices at the SteynOnline bookstore. Or you can upgrade to Founder Membership here. William Tomlinson is enjoying it:

Thank you so much for giving us the honor of being a founding member of the Mark Steyn Club. We dearly love your work, Mark, and consider you as fine a friend as we might have.

It's you we should thank. Mark has been very touched to hear from so many old friends and loyal readers, some of whom go back to the National Post and Speccie days.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week.

May 14, 2017 at 8:23 am  |  Permalink

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