As a follow-up to his recent Clubland Q&A, Mark answers more questions from Mark Steyn Club members around the planet on the recent Democrat debate debacles and whether party bigshots are simply trying to calculate who's the best guy to lose to Trump. Plus the need for a wider public discourse, cancel culture at the hospital, and a footnote of dust. Click below to watch:
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Speaking of The Mark Steyn Show, if you enjoy Mark's long-form interviews with the likes of Jordan Peterson, Christopher Caldwell, Amity Shlaes and Larry Arnn, we've made them easier to access in our latest Netflix-style tile-format archive page. As with our poetry and fiction and music home-pages, we hope this makes it easier to pick out some Steyn entertainment for long winter evenings.
If you prefer Mark in non-visual formats, he'll be back this evening in audio only with Part Eight of our latest Tale for Our Time - John Buchan's 1913 thriller The Power-House. That's right after Kathy Shaidle's Saturday movie column.
If you prefer Steyn live in person, don't forget this year's Mark Steyn Cruise, with Mark's favorite presidential candidate and peerless comedienne Michele Bachmann, the Trump-pardoned Conrad Black, Brexiteer John O'Sullivan, bestselling chronicler of the death of Europe Douglas Murray, and more. More details here - but hurry, certain cabin classes are going fast.