Programming note: Tomorrow Steyn returns to the GB News anchor chair for a full hour on the Friday edition of Farage, live at 7pm Greenwich Mean Time - that's 3pm North American Eastern.
Welcome to the Thursday edition of The Mark Steyn Show, which is also our Bonfire Night edition. Mark has a few postscripts to Tuesday's elections, plus a Bottom Story of the Day. All power corrupts, and absolute power may be a thing of the past when it comes to your car and light bulb. Steyn dramatically expands his video-poetry cash-cow into the even more lucrative Latin poetry market. There's a new episode of The Hundred Years Ago Show, which, at least in respect of Sino-American borrower-lender relations is more like Opposite World - and we have a centennial sign-off.
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