On Wednesday Mark returned to not just the Number One cable-news show, not just the Number One show in all of cable TV, but latterly the top show in all primetime TV, the ratings phenomenon "Tucker Carlson Tonight". The subject under discussion was Seattle hiring as its "street czar" a former pimp - and for a salary higher than more than three-fifths of US governors':
"If you were seriously interested in any of the issues that have been roiling America for the last six months, you would not be appointing a pimp as a 'street czar' for 150 grand," said Steyn, who added that such hiring decisions explain the "permanent decline" of some American cities.
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You can see the full hour of "Tucker Carlson Tonight", including breaking news of more cop shootings in American cities, here. We congratulate Tucker on his continuing spectacular ratings success - which is wholly deserved, and is in the teeth of far less talented rivals actively demanding he be forced off air.
If you're one of that small brave band who enjoy Steyn on camera, he'll be back tonight for the premiere of a brand new documentary from Marc Morano and Kevin Sorbo on the new world the global warm-mongers are planning for us, some of which we've had a glimpse of during this year's lockdowns. Mark is in the picture along with many of your favorite climate deniers.
Because most movie theaters around the planet are closed right now, Climate Hustle 2 is premiering as a livestream, with a screening tonight at 8pm - that's 8pm wherever you and your viewing apparatus happen to be. So it's 8pm Greenwich Mean Time, 8pm in Helskini, 8pm in Cairo, 8pm in Vancouver, 8pm in Ouagadougou... Tickets are $14.99 and available here.
Here's the promo - including a half-a-dozen words or so from Steyn:
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