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Mark Steyn

The Lies of James Clapper

Tomorrow, Friday, Mark rounds out the week guest-hosting for Rush on America's Number One radio show, starting at 12 noon Eastern/9am Pacific. We hope you'll tune in, either on one of over 600 radio stations across America or via iHeartMedia livestream. Meanwhile, here's what he had to say with Neil Cavuto earlier today re James Clapper's remarks on the outgoing Obama Administration's surveillance of the incoming Trump Administration. Click below to watch:

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The Inability to Uni-Task

It's a busy telly day for Mark this Thursday. This afternoon he returns to "Your World", with Neil Cavuto, live on Fox News at 4pm Eastern/1pm Pacific. Later he'll join Lou Dobbs on Fox Business, coast to coast at 7pm Eastern. But he started the day with a full hour on one of his favorite shows, "Varney & Co" on Fox Business. Ashley Webster was guest-hosting for Stuart, and the topics included North Korea, tax reform, Dreamers, and the sentimentalization of public policy. Click below to watch: Also on today's show - the general uselessness of Ryan and McConnell: He pointed out that Liz MacDonald said Congress can't walk and chew gum at the same time, but he took it a step further. "It's not that. It's that they can't walk or chew gum. It's ...

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The Decadence of Democrats

On Wednesday night Mark kept his midweek date with Tucker Carlson on Fox News. The subject was the increasingly extremist rhetoric from Nancy Pelosi, Keith Ellison and other leading Democrats:

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Steyn on Culture

Statue of Limitations

Sixteen years into the "war on terror", we're fighting over the wrong turf, and with the wrong weapons

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Steyn on Europe

When Opposite World Moves In Next Door

The internal contradictions of the rainbow coalition

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On the Air

Terror and Twaddle

Mark talks bucket bombs in London, and a ratings bomb at the Emmys

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Steyn's Song of the Week

(I've Got a Gal in) Kalamazoo

An entirely forgettable film produces three unforgettable songs

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Mark at the Movies

To Have and Have Not

Here's a classic film set in the French West Indies that introduced the world to a great Hoagy Carmichael number, and to Lauren Bacall...

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Mark's Mailbox

Practiced Victims and Student Emirs

Steyn answers questions from Mark Steyn Club members around the planet on everything from whether we're getting too used to terrorism to why the US Justice Department let Lois Lerner & Co skate:

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On the Air

A Bargain at Only $250 per Second

On Thursday Steyn checked in with John Oakley on Toronto's AM640 for a quick gallop round various topics - from the Great Triggering on American campuses to the cost per second of a meet-and-greet with Hillary:

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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 Pest in the Street

Welcome to the final episode of our current Tale for Our Time - Joseph Conrad's protean investigation into the psychology of urban terrorism. As The Secret Agent concludes, we learn the fate of Winnie Verloc. And then city life reverts to normal, and the terrorist with the bomb strapped to his chest walks the streets of London: He had no future. He disdained it. He was a force. His thoughts caressed the images of ruin and destruction. He walked frail, insignificant, shabby, miserable—and terrible in the simplicity of his idea calling madness and despair to the regeneration of the world. Nobody looked at him. He passed on unsuspected and deadly, like a pest in the street full of men. Like the bomber at Parsons Green last week, and ...

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Waterloo Sunset

In tonight's penultimate episode of this Tale for Our Time, Winnie Verloc and Comrade Ossipon determine to head for the Continent - except that the latter suspects a trap...

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Of Pipperoos and Packets

Episode Eighteen of our nightly audio adventure, The Secret Agent

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"The Drop Given was Fourteen Feet"

In Episode Seventeen of Mark's audio adaptation of The Secret Agent, Winnie Verloc faces what she has done, and dreads the price she will pay for it...

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The Last Star of a Pyrotechnic Display

In the wake of yesterday's Tube bombing, here's Episode Sixteen of The Secret Agent...

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Everything But That

Mark reads Part Fifteen of The Secret Agent

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Quaking in Our Shoes

Welcome to Episode Fourteen of The Secret Agent

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Steyn's Song of the Week

The Glory of Love

If you saw singer/pianist Carol Welsman do "As Time Goes By" as our Sunday song a few weeks back, you'll know that she can freshen up the most familiar standard. So we're thrilled to have Carol back live, accompanied by the Steyn house band:

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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

Michael 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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