Welcome to the weekend edition of The Mark Steyn Show, as Mark tries, unsuccessfully, to conceal his contempt for the Potemtagon, the State Department and other organs of the United States Government - especially Thoroughly Modern Milley. There's also Mark's Mailbox with your views of a superpower's humiliation; a Commonwealth Wanker Copper of the Day from a land of ever more punitive lockdown; another edition of The Hundred Years Ago Show, in which a government manages to collapse in six days and Muslims demand instant infidel conversion; and a long-ago dance band to soothe your troubled soul.
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Mark will return for this evening's Tale for Our Time, and over the weekend we shall have another instalment from Mark Steyn's Passing Parade, Rick's Flicks, and much more.
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