Welcome to the Tuesday edition of The Mark Steyn Show, in which Mark addresses the globalists' increasing confidence that, in one fell swoop, they've seen off Trump, Brexit, and populism worldwide. There's also another edition of The Hundred Years Ago Show, with news of the Russian civil war, Irish uprisings and teenage train robberies, plus the toll of Covid on African strongmen, English serial killers, and Eurovision also-rans. Plus Steyn answers Brian Kilmer's question about the supervillains of Ian Fleming's imagination and of our own reality.
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As to that transcription of Mark's interview with Trump lawyer Sidney Powell, Steyn Clubbers can access that here.
UPDATE! from President Trump:
I have reversed the ridiculous decision to cancel Wreaths Across America at Arlington National Cemetery. It will now go on!
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