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Mark Steyn

Corona-Friendly Rioting

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Welcome to the midweek edition of the self-locked-down Mark Steyn Show, with today's civilizational fire sale of news and comment, plus State Department priorities, looting in an age of Corona, prohibition blues, Armenia then and now, and a song for a lost Minneapolis. Click above to listen. And, if you're a Mark Steyn Club member and you'd like to submit a question for Mark to address on his next show, please leave it in the comments below. Do stay on topic - and no URLS, please, as they wreak havoc with our page formating. If you prefer to read your radio shows, Steyn Club members can find the transcripts here. If you're just catching on to these new audio diversions, we've done what we did with Mark's video shows and archived them in a ...

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Laura's Links

Bureaucrats, Menstruators and Rioters

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The lawmakers who said protesting lockdown was unsafe are all for Black Lives Matter protests. Also, a creepy mayor lauds "people who menstruate" and something is bubbling up from the DC swamp.

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Steyn on the Air

Tweet of Glory

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Today, Tuesday Mark joined Razia Iqbal on the BBC World Service Newshour to discuss social media, Trump and free speech with Professor Scott Lucas of Birmingham University. Click above to listen. If you like Steyn in audio, join him this evening for the latest episode in his current Tale for Our Time - The Man Who Was Thursday by G K Chesterton...

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The Mark Steyn Show

The New Normal and the Old Normal

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Riotous commentary on the passing scene, plus Your Monday Mohammed, the dark secrets of a continent from Madrid to the Bukovina, Brazilian jezebels, and more...

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Steyn's Song of the Week

Delilah

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A classic hit for Tom Jones' eightieth birthday

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The Mark Steyn Show

Locked Down but Looting

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The riots in Minneapolis and the breakdown in public order - plus circumnavigating North America, what terrified the fearless Sir John Franklin, Bill Barr on social media's bait-and-switch, and Star Wars, Eurodisco and pink shorts...

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Politics & Current Affairs

The Supreme Ayatollahs of Expertistan

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A rare moment of judicial sanity

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The Mark Steyn Show

The Wuhan Armada

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Your audio Coronacopia of news and comment, plus a pimpernel in the park, heavy rock for the self-employed, habeas corpus for the non-baklava crowd, and cultural appropriation isn't just for whitey anymore...

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Laura's Links

Moments of Normalcy

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How a teacher is dealing with missing her students, why disease experts say lockdown must end, and why Biden needs to be put out to pasture: all in this week's Laura's Links

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Politics & Current Affairs

The Case of the Topless Taoiseach

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Lockdowns are for the little people

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The Mark Steyn Show

The Swallows Skim, and All Is Hushed

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A special Memorial Day edition on battle, sacrifice and remembrance - from the Civil War to the Great War to the wars without end of our own time...

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Katz & Blaze TV vs Steyn

Steyn Wins ...Again

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Litigious losers Cary Katz and Blaze/CRTV strike out yet again

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The War on Free Speech

The Road to Mann Delay

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Will hockey-stick climate mullah comply with the Court's order?

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Mann vs Steyn

Football and Hockey

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The Corner post that launched a lawsuit...

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A Clubman's Notes

Rebelling Against Rebellion

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Here we go with Part Four of our brand new Tale for Our Time - taking us from our anarchic age to the anarchists of a century ago in G K Chesterton's metaphysical thriller, The Man Who Was Thursday. In tonight's episode, the author gives us a brilliant character sketch of our protagonist: Gabriel Syme was not merely a detective who pretended to be a poet; he was really a poet who had become a detective. Nor was his hatred of anarchy hypocritical. He was one of those who are driven early in life into too conservative an attitude by the bewildering folly of most revolutionists. He had not attained it by any tame tradition. His respectability was spontaneous and sudden, a rebellion against rebellion. I think that's even truer today: A ...

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A Clubman's Notes

Anarchists of Weary Gait

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Welcome to the latest in our series of audio adventures, Tales for Our Time: it's Part Three of my serialization of The Man Who Was Thursday by G K Chesterton, a tale of anarchists on Edwardian London streets to divert you from the anarchists on 21st century American streets. We're always happy to hear from Mark Steyn Club members who enjoy our radio adaptations, and Kitty, a First Day Founding Member from Massachusetts, likes this one so far: I read this book more than a decade ago. It is so much more pleasurable to hear it read by you! Thank you! I'll have to take your word for that, Kitty - unless you want to come in to the studio and we can compare readings. In tonight's episode of The Man Who Was Thursday, our two poets find ...

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A Clubman's Notes

Digging Deeper and Blowing Higher

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Welcome to Part Two of The Man Who Was Thursday by G K Chesterton, a metaphysical thriller concerning anarchists, policemen, and many other aspects all too familiar in our own time...

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A Clubman's Notes

Thursday's Father

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Welcome to the thirty-sixth audio adventure in our popular series Tales for Our Time, and, after many requests these last three years, it is at last a tale by G K Chesterton. The Man Who Was Thursday is a metaphysical thriller in which undercover policemen pose as anarchists and undercover poets pose as undercover policemen...

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Shaidle at the Cinema

Little Fugitive

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Kathy Shaidle on why despite its grittiness, the 1953 indie flick Little Fugitive has still earned the adjective "wholesome."

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Steyn's Song of the Week

Peggy Lee, Songwriter

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Mark celebrates the centenary of a great singer who also wrote great songs

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Steyn's Song of the Week

Avalon - with Carol Welsman and Russell Malone

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A live-performance video edition (the last before the Coronavirus lockdown) featuring two of our favorite guests - singer/pianist Carol Welsman and guitarist Russell Malone, together with the Steyn Show band

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The Mark Steyn Weekend Show

The Faint Half-Blush That Dies Along Her Throat

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ImageWelcome to another entry in our Mark Steyn Club anthology of video poetry - Mark reads a disturbing poem by Robert Browning, My Last Duchess...

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