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Fifteen Lawyers in Search of a Crime

Further to my observations on Deep State dinner theatre, the "Russia investigation" show goes on, undeterred by the lack of any evidence of actual crime: The more obvious the absence of any crime to investigate, the bigger the investigation gets. As I've said before, in Hitchcockian terms, this is a thriller without a MacGuffin: instead, it's one big MacNuffin - unless you count the "collusion" between government bureaucracies and the Hillary campaign in surveilling their political opposition ...

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Deep-State Dinner Theatre

On Wednesday morning, Mark started the day with Steve, Ainsley and Brian on "Fox & Friends" discussing the Tuesday night before in the Georgia special election. His little bit of phrase-making appears to be catching on. The Washington Times: Conservative commentator Mark Steyn says Democrats came away empty-handed in Georgia's special election because the party as a whole is obsessed with "deep state dinner theater." Georgia Republican Karen Handel stunned challenger Jon Ossoff with a 52 ...

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One-Way Multiculturalism

On Tuesday night, Mark joined Tucker Carlson live on Fox News to discuss the latest terror attack in Brussels, with a postscript on gender identity. Click below to watch:

Mark will be back on TV on Wednesday morning...

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Steyn on Canada

O Canada, Our Home on Natives' Land

"Never complain, never explain" was Disraeli's advice, and that holds as good in our touchy age of instant Twitterstorms and politically correct eggshells as it did when he first commended it to Queen Victoria. It's good advice for the Queen's viceroys, too. Consider by way of a cautionary tale the Rt Hon David Johnston, Governor General of Canada. Full disclosure: I am not a great fan of His Excellency, as I thought he behaved disgracefully in evicting my old boss Conrad Black from the Privy ...

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Steyn on Culture

Action and Reaction

It is foolish and complacent to assume that the most effective techniques will remain forever the monopoly of one side. So it is that the Public Theatre's production of Julius Caesar - that's the one in which Caesar is a Trump lookalike who gets group-stabbed in a protracted death scene - was disrupted by right-wing protesters doing exactly what the left does: shutting down anything they don't like. Meanwhile, we have the latest daily horror from London, a city the late Alan Jay Lerner, author ...

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Steyn on Europe

The Great Fire of a New London

No black detail is too absurd for today's world. And so it happens that the first named victim of the towering inferno in North Kensington is Mohammed Alhajali, a Syrian refugee who arrived as a teenager with his brothers in London four years ago and somehow wound up being housed in a flat in Grenfell Tower. Launching a fund to raise money for his funeral, Kareen el Beyrouty, director of the Syria Solidarity Campaign, declared that "Mohammed Alhajali undertook a dangerous journey to flee war in ...

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The Cultural Appropriation of Resistance

On Wednesday night Mark joined Tucker Carlson to discuss, in the wake of the attempted mass political assassination at the GOP ball game, the left's romance with political violence:

Three hours later, he and Tucker returned to the...

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Defend Free Speech!

The Vertigo at the Top of the Stick

In a couple of months, Michael E Mann's defamation suit against me will enter its sixth year in the constipated bowels of DC justice...

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Mann vs Steyn

Football and Hockey

The Corner post that launched a lawsuit...

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The Mark Steyn Club

A Gaudy Lie?

Mark reads the final episode of The Time Machine

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Steyn's Song of the Week

Batman makes Girl Talk

Steyn on songs for caped crusaders - and swingin' sexists

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Abominable Desolation

The penultimate episode of Mark's latest audio adventure

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On the Town

Dads - on-screen, on-stage, and off

Mark talks to Jack Lemmon about doughnuts and drama

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Soft Creatures and Their Clinging Fingers

Part Nine of our current Tale for Our Time - The Time Machine

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Seasons of Steyn

Happy Father's Day!

Steyn celebrates the great anthem of fatherhood, from Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel

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Steyn's Song of the Week

At Long Last Love

Another live-performance edition, with Robert Davi singing Cole Porter:

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The Mark Steyn Weekend Show

Big Mac en rose

TMichael Keaton's biopic of the man behind McDonald's; a tribute to Mary Tyler Moore; and Canada's disco diva Patsy Gallant recalls Édith Piaf:

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Steyn's Song of the Week

The Meaning of the Blues

We're honored to present a brand new live-performance edition, with a very brooding ballad from 12-time Grammy winner Cheryl Bentyne:

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