Welcome to the Tuesday edition of The Mark Steyn Show, just ahead of tonight's first presidential debate, in which Mark covers the bloodlust on the streets, attempts to make sense of ChiCom-19's "grim milestone", and ODs on Vitamin D. There's another edition of The Hundred Years Ago Show, in which Warren Harding has a brush with death; plus a new political party in the United Kingdom, and why an old political party in Quebec is well past its sell-by date - and Steyn takes his time undressing the appeal of a certain Frenchwoman.
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