In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
~Steyn kicked off the week marking what would have been Oscar Hammerstein's 125th birthday with a glimpse at the Rodgers and Hammerstein song "Oklahoma!", despite the Supreme Court cutting the song's namesake in half.
~Steyn also brought us a jam-packed summer special of Sunday poems, reading selections from the last three hundreds years of famous, once famous and eternally obscure poets.
~Mark's Monday Notebook took a look at the "unlovely and useless" GOP and Mitch McConnell's gang of Chamber of Commerce Republicans, Michael Mann aka Dr. Scofflaw McDeadbeat trying to get a piece of #BlackLivesMatter action, and the Washington Redskins caving to the mob.
~Tuesday's The Mark Steyn Show expanded on the Redskins fracas complete with a Bastille Day waltz, mammy songs from the Seventies and a would-be Irish kaiser.
~Laura Rosen Cohen's unwoke Wednesday column took us around a week's worth of links from Bari Weiss' resignation from the New York Times to Emmanuel Macron saying au revoir to a "modern" rebuilding of Notre-Dame.
~Guest columnist and former Mark Steyn Cruise emcee Andrew Lawton rejoiced over a serene couple of hours in which Twitter was free of the self-righteous blue-checkmarked elite.
~On Friday, The Mark Steyn Show went lethargic with the systemic racism of sleep, the sizeist disrespect of sleep, a sonnet to sleep and Mark's first Sleepy Time Gal of the Week.
~SteynOnline kept its Saturday night movie date with movie columnist Kathy Shaidle's reflection on the 1942 Henry Fonda film The Male Animal and its slight pro-academic freedom arc.
~Steyn launched a brand new Tale for our Time on Saturday, a lighter story by Mark Steyn himself, The Prisoner of Windsor.
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A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week.