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Mark Steyn

The Age of the Nuclear Basket Case

On Friday Mark joined Neil Cavuto on Fox News to chew over North Korea. He contrasted the previous discussion - on taxes and markets, where wealth equates power - to the strange state of geopolitics, where wealth and power have gone their separate ways: "We have the wealthiest societies in human history - countries like Norway and New Zealand - that can't project power to their own borders. And we have basket-case states, like North Korea, which has an all but undetectable GDP. But it's a ...

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The Mark Steyn Show

One Hundred Days On...

The hundredth day of a presidency is an arbitrary and meaningless yardstick, but everybody seems to be going to town on this one. So we thought it might be fun to revisit this edition of The Mark Steyn Show from Inauguration Week and see how his preview of forthcoming attractions holds up.

First up is Mark's opening monologue, looking at the Democrats' rejection of President Trump's legitimacy - something which has only intensified in the last three months. Next, former presidential candidate Michele Bachmann talks about what she hopes to see from the Trump Administration - and you might enjoy seeing how her priorities have fared a hundred days on. Finally, Steyn takes us on a tour of some famously disastrous starts to presidential terms of the last two centuries. Click below to watch:

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The White Death

In this brand new SteynPost, Mark considers coastal condescension toward collapsed American communities, the realities of a world without work, and the strange phenomenon of death by despair. Click below to watch:

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Let's Build the Wall and Get Canada to Pay for It

Mark swung by "Varney & Co" on Fox Business to talk various issues, including Trump's new tariffs on northern lumber. He's still going to build the wall, but now it's Canada who'll pay for it:

Afterwards, Mark and Stuart moved on to...

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Steyn on Britain and Europe

Macron Bionics

The French and EU establishments, the stock markets and the currency exchanges were rather too quick to advertise their glee. Within nano-seconds of the first projections yesterday evening, the euro rose and so did the Union's princelings, from the absurb President Junkers down, to congratulate their very good friend M Macron on his triumph in the first round of the Presidential election. At one time it was unthinkable that Marine Le Pen could actually win the first round. Then it became ...

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Steyn on Britain and Europe

Aux Champs-Elysées...

Aux Champs-Elysées Aux Champs-Elysées Au soleil, sous la pluie À midi ou à minuit Il y a tout ce que vous voulez aux Champs-Elysées... My dad liked to bellow along with Joe Dassin's monster francopop hit whenever it came on the radio as we were motoring from Paris south, and all these years later I still know every word of it...

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The Mark Steyn Weekend Show

Quoth the Klavan

On this edition of The Mark Steyn Weekend Show, Mark talks to bestselling novelist and screenwriter Andrew Klavan about the intersection of politics, culture and religion in the Age of Trump.

After that, a musical palate klezmer - er, palate cleanser: the Klezmer Conservatory Band crowd onto the Steyn stage for a live tribute to Leonard Cohen - plus an especially wild finale:

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Mann vs Steyn

Football and Hockey

The Corner post that launched a lawsuit...

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Defend Free Speech!

The State vs Free Speech

On today's John Oakley Show, John and I discussed the cancellation of Ann Coulter's speech at Berkeley. I've spoken about the Coulter/Berkeley showdown previously with Tucker Carlson and Stuart Varney, but here's what the lady herself had to say about it earlier today: I'm so sorry Berkeley canceled my speech. I'm so sorry YAF acquiesced in the cancelation. And I'm so sorry for free speech crushed by thugs. — Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) April 26, 2017 Within minutes, I had a ton of emails ...

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Steyn's Song of the Week

Istanbul (Not Constantinople)

Last Sunday's Turkish referendum, accelerating Sultan ErdoÄŸan's dismantling of the Kemalist republic, brought to mind (as almost any news from that part of the world does) one of my favorite novelty numbers. I meant to quote it in America Alone: The End Of The World As We Know It, but it never made the final cut. However, it did end up in the Canadian Islamic Congress' exhaustive and exhausting complaint about my writing to the Canadian "Human Rights" Commission, the Ontario "Human Rights" ...

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Mark at the Movies

The Graduate

The Graduate is back on the big screen tomorrow, Sunday, in movie theaters across America in a special 50th anniversary presentation by Turner Classic Movies. If it's anywhere near your neck of the woods, don't miss it, if only for a sense of what a hit movie was in 1967. It was a film that, following Bonnie And Clyde, seemed to confirm that there was, indeed, a new cinematic aesthetic, a "New Hollywood". But, on the other hand, it was such a box-office smash it showed the studios that, if you ...

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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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Steyn's Song of the Week

Born Free

A special edition of our Song of the Week with a brace of 007 guests: Bond lyricist Don Black (Diamonds Are Forever) and Bond villain Robert Davi (License To Kill) are on hand to celebrate the first British song to win an Oscar:

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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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