The Mark Steyn Show can now be seen every Friday on GB News.
On today's edition we had breaking news of the new Omicron variant, and the latest breakdown in the supply chain. Laura Perrins joined me to analyze the Great Migrations to the western world. We also mused on the geopolitical significance of a dancing cactus and the current ructions in the Solomon Islands. Our old friend John O'Sullivan was on hand to discern the happy ending in all of this, and Neil Oliver rounded out the show with some thoughts on the citizenry trapped in an abusive relationship with their governments.
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~It's Black Friday at the Steyn Store, mainly because Thanksgiving happens to be our birthday. SteynOnline is now nineteen years old: We hung out our humble shingle on the Internet at Thanksgiving 2002, and we're thrilled we're still here, even as the livelier blogosphere of the early twenty-first century has been all but obliterated by the butt-numbingly boring one-size-fits-all control-freak social media cartel of Facetube-Yougram-Instatok. And to celebrate our survival, in honor of our nineteenth birthday, we're offering nineteen per cent off all Mark's books and CDs over at the Steyn Store.
By the time of our 83rd birthday that could prove a crippling business model, but for now we're all in: Just shop till you drop as you normally would, and the discount will be applied to your basket as you check out. But only through Monday!
~If you're one of the many who prefer Steyn in non-visual formats, there's always a new episode of our current Tale for Our Time - Agatha Christie's first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles - right here later tonight, and on Sunday our monthly anthology edition of The Hundred Years Ago Show.
Tales for Our Time and The Hundred Years Ago Show are special productions of The Mark Steyn Club. If you're wondering what all that's about, you can find more details here - and we also have a great gift membership.
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