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Mark Steyn

Monitoring and Madness

On Wednesday night Mark joined Tucker Carlson and Nigel Farage on Fox News to discuss the aftermath of the Manchester attack, what to do about Britain's thousands of Soldiers of Allah, and the ever more ludicrous lies of officialdom. Click below to watch:

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Republicans and Rainbows

A special SteynPost this week: Last Wednesday Mark hosted a live Q&A session with Mark Steyn Club Founding Members from around the planet. He rattled through a couple of dozen questions, but that still left plenty more unanswered. So he grabbed a bunch of them, on everything from Donald Trump to Oliver Twist, and used them for this video edition of Mark's Mailbox. Click below to watch:

Mark will be back on TV tonight to discuss...

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On the Air

An Orwellian Inversion of Language

Twenty-four hours after the Manchester attack, I joined Evan Solomon on CFRA in Ottawa to talk about what it meant and where we go. ´╗┐´╗┐You can hear the full interview here (scroll down if necessary). I began by making the point that I was offended by the media coverage's Orwellian inversion of language - whereby "#ManchesterStrong" means a limp passivity of flowers and candlelight vigils and teddy bears for a couple of days before we all forget it until the next "strong" "united" community gets ...

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Steyn on Europe

"Dangerous Woman" Meets Dangerous Man

The pop star Ariana Grande has canceled the remaining dates of her "Dangerous Woman" tour following the murder of 22 fans (at the time of writing) and the injury of dozens more at her concert in Manchester. The Manchester Royal Infirmary reports that half the victims brought to the hospital overnight are children. The killer was a suicide bomber. Theresa May says the police believe they know his identity. The usual, predictable details will follow. [UPDATE: He's Salman Abedi, the ...

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Steyn on America

The Unchanging of the Guard

For me, the most interesting parts of a Trump speech are his diversions from the script. Sometimes, if the speechwriter's got a line that tickles his fancy, he'll just riff off it for a bit. Sometimes he diverges from the prepared remarks in striking ways. This weekend in Saudi Arabia, addressing the big Islamo-schmoozefest, he did both. The President was supposed to say: That means honestly confronting the crisis of Islamist extremism and the Islamist terror groups it inspires. Instead he said ...

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Mark at the Movies

Mrs Brown

Happy Victoria Day to our Canadian readers - and what better time to take a look at the woman behind the Crown, or under it. So for our Saturday date movie here's a highland fling of a most unusual character: The girl is the Queen-Empress; the boy is her loyal servant... Mrs Brown, the story of Queen Victoria and John Brown, was made twenty years ago - 1997 - and by a quirk of timing was released a week after the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. But, even without a helping hand from fate, it ...

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The Mark Steyn Weekend Show

"The Real Enemy"

Mark talks to the screenwriter Lionel Chetwynd about politics and popular culture, movies and the military - with special emphasis on what happens when you pitch a tale of wartime sacrifice with a dash of Ian Fleming to studio execs who want to know who "the real enemy" is:

The Mark Steyn Show is made possible through the support of Founding Members of The Mark Steyn Club...

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On the Air

When Judges Legislate and Legislators Judge

Mark joins Stuart Varney on Fox Business to marvel at how the legislative and judicial branches appear to have swapped roles:

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Ave atque vale

The Impresario

Steyn remembers the late Roger Ailes, founder of Fox News

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Defend Free Speech!

The Poisoning of Robert Spencer

For a know-nothing social-justice warrior, it's easier to kill you than debate you

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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

Moral Clarity and Civilizational Confidence

We didn't get to all your questions (or anywhere near them) in our live Clubland Q&A last week, so I rounded up half-a-dozen of the best leftovers from Mark Steyn Club members for a special edition of Mark's Mailbox. Meanwhile, it's time for Episode Thirteen of our nightly Victorian adventure serial, The Tragedy of the Korosko, written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1897. Watching the sight of British officialdom forcing the public to submit the Official Lies over the global jihad, you may find ...

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"Devil Take the Flincher!"

Steyn reads Part Twelve of Conan Doyle's The Tragedy of the Korosko

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Sweet Little Lambs and the Book of the Camel

Part Eleven of Mark's serialization of Conan Doyle's The Tragedy of the Korosko

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Steyn's Song of the Week

Over The Rainbow

Mark celebrates one of the great iconic movie songs

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Making a Name at Converting the Infidel

Part Ten of our nightly Victorian adventure yarn, The Tragedy of the Korosko

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Absurdity and Honor

For Victoria Day: the Queen's highland fling, and Part Nine of our authentic Victorian adventure yarn

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Reactionary but Tremendous

For the Victoria Day weekend, Part Eight of our Victorian adventure serial

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"What's Wrong to Us is Wrong to Them"

Part Seven of Mark's nightly audio adventure - Conan Doyle's classic novel The Tragedy of the Korosko

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Steyn's Song of the Week

The Meaning of the Blues

We're honored to present another brand new live-performance edition of Mark's Song of the Week - with a very brooding ballad from 12-time Grammy winner Cheryl Bentyne:

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Steyn's Song of the Week

I'll Never Smile Again

Tal Bachman is a hitmaker in his own right, and the son of Seventies rocker Randy Bachman. But Mark had him in mind for an even earlier contribution to the Maple Songbook. Live on stage, a great Canadian performer sings a great Canadian song - for the very first time:

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Steyn's Song of the Week

As Time Goes By

From The Mark Steyn Show, a valentine to one of the great iconic love songs performed live by Mark's special guest, Carol Welsman:

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