In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
~Mark's week began with a new Song of the Week, the Cole Porter classic "I've Got You Under My Skin", and its many renditions, including those of Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra ...and, Sinatra with Bono.
~We marked the 10 year anniversary of Osama bin Laden's one-way ticket to his 72 virgins with a repeat of Mark's 2011 syndicated column on the subject.
~On Monday, Mark shed some light DC's new Odd Couple, Google lobbyist Frank Luntz and House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy.
~Laura Rosen Cohen returned Tuesday with a fresh batch of her famous links, with stories of Hunter Biden's professorial pivot, a school board victory against critical race theory, and the death of free speech in the United Kingdom.
~Mark hosted a brand new edition of The Mark Steyn Show Wednesday, covering the scene from Abba to zarzuela, in between which observing the bicentennial of Napoleon's death with poetry and penises, and advising anyone who catches the eye of America's dirty stinkin' rotten corrupt and openly politicized federal Department of Justice to flee the country.
~Mark kicked off the Mark Steyn Club's fourth birthday celebrations Thursday morning with an all new live Clubland Q&A, fielding questions on everything from constitutions to demography from club members around the world.
~Guest columnist Tal Bachman invoked Karl Popper as he continued his exploration of the the United States of America's establishment of Wokism as a state religion.
~In this weekend's chapter of Mark Steyn's Passing Parade, Mark eulogized a brace of twentieth century musical giants.
~In keeping our Saturday night movie date, we launched a new series this week, Rick's Flicks, featuring film columnist Rick McGinnis, who made his SteynOnline debut with a look at the cold war-era nuclear romance Miracle Mile.
~On Mother's Day, Mark cast aside the woke gender non-specific euphemisms and celebrated mothers with a SteynOnline audio special.
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