On October 28, 2022 at 2:58 pm, Jonathan Bradstone wrote:
Hi Mark, do you think that Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter will have any kind of impact on the free speech front? I note, interestingly, that Facebook stock is plummeting. What do you make of that? Isn't the timing weird?
On October 28, 2022 at 2:58 pm, Dylan wrote:
Do you have any thoughts about Elon buying Twitter? Do you think he will be able to make real changes or is the platform too entrenched in its ways?
On October 28, 2022 at 2:59 pm, AlyM wrote:
Hi Mark, this week the New York Supreme Court struck down NYC's vaccine mandate for public and private employees. How does this jibe with the US Supreme Court's decision earlier this year that allowed government vaccine mandates for federal workers to stand? That includes healthcare workers and other private sector employees whose employer has contracts with the federal government or receives federal funds. SCOTUS has refused to hear state's challenges to federal mandates but can they continue to allow the government to compel an ineffective and potentially harmful vaccine as a condition of employment for federal/quasi-federal workers?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:05 pm, Veronica L wrote:
I can't help but notice that there has been a 'narrative shift' on a number of topics lately, the closing of schools during the pandemic and the 'lab-leak' theory to name two, even Jon Stewart has admitted on his podcast that the Hunter Biden/Burisma deal was 'corruption, straight up'. Has this shift occurred because of the midterm elections or because Elon Musk has taken over Twitter and the Establishment narrative was going to crumble anyway, on a whole host of things, and so they figured they would try and get out ahead of it? Thanks and hope you can continue with your GB News show for a while longer, Ofcom be damned.
On October 28, 2022 at 3:06 pm, James - Founding Member wrote:
I can't wait to watch your show on GBNews each day, especially when you have Eva Vlaardingerbroek on. Dutch farmers were my ancestors, so her views resonate with me. It's incomprehensible to me that the government of the Netherlands would behave in such a way. Why?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:08 pm, John L wrote:
Mark – Few people frame the current issues of our time in terms of the true underlying motives of the actors. Most of the current issues are really the same thing: the elites attempting to trick the poor into doing something good for the elites. For example, the no-oil PhD student on your GB News show last week wants a future free of oil because he believes that future is good for him. And he's going to get it by duping the poor into becoming poorer today. At its most basic, he's a rich kid taking wealth from the poor. I think Boris and King Charles commit the same sin with Net Zero. They want a pristine future for their kids. It's not about helping the planet. It's about helping them. These issues are a primitive battle for wealth. How do you expose the ruse?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:09 pm, Robert Fox wrote:
Lobbing a softball your way. Which happens first, a motive for the alleged attack on Nancy Pelosi's husband is formulated or the SCOTUS leaker is collared.
On October 28, 2022 at 3:10 pm, Carole wrote:
Hi Mark - Do you have any comments on the attack on Paul Pelosi? I don't think any 82 year old man should be physically assaulted by anyone for any reason. Do you think they were actually after Nancy?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:11 pm, Scott Barnhouse wrote:
We now know that the Biden administration actively pressures social media companies to suppress voices that they do not agree with, as was exposed in Alex Berenson's discovery resulting from his lawsuit against Twitter (the Biden administration pressured Twitter to ban him). This use of private companies to suppress speech that the government does not approve of is quite disturbing. It seems that the west really is in the late stages of capitalism, degrading to fascism.
People like Mann are using the courts (I would say colluding with the courts) to suppress the speech of anyone that disagrees on the Climate issue.
You won what increasingly feels like a short term victory in Canada against suppression of speech, but it seems to be going the other way.
Is this just the ebb and flow of society, moving from freedom to totalitarianism (I would argue the more natural state of mankind) and then, in a few centuries, hopefully back towards freedom, or is there something else going on?
Thanks for all of your content. Love being a member of the club.
On October 28, 2022 at 3:12 pm, Philip Paustian wrote:
Do you as an Ian Fleming scholar think Bond's blood pressure in Thunderball on his medical exam reflected Fleming's at the time and he included the criticisms of the BP and Bond's drinking and smoking to kid his doctor. Did he have a known history of heart disease before his untimely demise. Apologies for being completely off current events and thank you and your staff for your ongoing hard work that both informs and entertains us.
On October 28, 2022 at 3:13 pm, Michael Cavino wrote:
Love the Netflix-style tile format of your latest shows and interviews at the top of the home page! It is extremely convenient. Thanks.
On October 28, 2022 at 3:14 pm, SIMON ARNOLD wrote:
As we are all bored of the back to the 2020 Sunak undoing his own wrongdoings. I have always found US politics to be a bit of a mystery, compared to the straightforward nonsense of the UK. Could you explain when it all went bad, and why?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:15 pm, John Barrett wrote:
Under the British parliamentary system of 650 members, why aren't many of them "safe" seats as there are in the U.S. Congress? How do the British avoid the "gerrymandering" we have here?
Thanks for all you do. John
On October 28, 2022 at 3:16 pm, Mr. J wrote:
A digression into the Politics of the Great White North. Mark, what do you think of the pending Bill C-11 floated by Baby Justin's government, which some say will lead to Internet censorship? How can it be opposed, before or after imposition?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:17 pm, JON FACCI wrote:
As the continuing dialogue of comparison between Constitution waving American Republicanism and Westminster Constitutional Monarchy meanders away from the proud moments of Her Majesty's Funeral and toward the hard cold reality of Globalist Despotism it's important to remind ourselves that we are as free as we wish to be. If we must put our life on the line to claim that freedom to teach the younger generation what liberty is worth, than we will do what we must. I can't shake my faith, perhaps it is cultural ignorance of true famine and rebellion, but I have nothing but my faith in God so I'm playing the hand I'm dealt. I was raised in a corrupt lawless Upstate NY City which manifested true libertarian despotism on the streets. I've witnessed local "strong men" who lorded over construction crews of urchins who worked for little more than beer and drugs, who could extort and manage an apartment building as a middleman "Superintendant" collecting rent, yet protecting property and vehicles from the local ne'er do wells YMCA residents from whom foodstamps could be purchased at 50 cents on the dollar. Ultimately, there is no freedom that you won't have to fight for.
I currently live in NY-22, the new NY-22 that isn't as close to the St. Lawrence Seaway as it is to the Erie Canal, this is the district you often refer to that was the last to declare its representative who we have now subsequentially lost to redistricting for this present Election cycle. Despotism has many forms, but takes hold faster than it takes a domestic sow to become a feral hog. Happy Friday to you and all of Clubland Members. Do you have an opinion on the quiet hoax of libertarianism?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:18 pm, George Pereira wrote:
I've read with some interest that John Cleese will be getting his own show on GB News and that he is constantly complaining about cancel culture and his numerous wives. Apparently, it was different when he mocked British culture. I also listen to Naomi Wolfe when you have her on. Aside from QR codes and the jaba, jaba, jaba she is still a committed earth tone lefty. I also gather she is somewhat confused that all of her fellow travelers who at one time hung on her every word have turned against her.
This is the intolerant world they both helped create. They should both be thrilled. Or is it different now that they are on the receiving end.
See you at 3!
On October 28, 2022 at 3:20 pm, Denise Jones wrote:
Thanks for what you do. I really appreciate your insight on, well, everything!! Keep up the good work.
On October 28, 2022 at 3:21 pm, Kent W. wrote:
Following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, we responded by doubling the level of Muslim immigration, begged forgiveness for our Islamophobia, and created a massive surveillance state, which we almost immediately turned on our own population (especially those whose political views are not aligned with the ruling class). After China unleashed the COVID-19 virus on the world (whether intentional or not), we responded by locking down and destroying our own economy, forced an experimental, dangerous, and largely ineffective vaccine ("vaccine") on virtually the entire population, and irreparably harmed the emotional and educational wellbeing of our children – yet we allowed China to avoid any and all consequences (in fact, we have rewarded them in many ways). In all of recorded history, has there ever been a society that has responded to such massive, direct attacks by turning on its own people, as we have, rather than going after the perpetrators? Is there any explanation for such suicidal behavior??
On October 28, 2022 at 3:22 pm, Robert Fox wrote:
We were treated to video this past week of Joe Biden in upstate New York at the airport conversing with Chuck Schumer on the tarmac. For some reason, even the left-wing lunatic media were broadcasting this with subtitles of what they were saying because the jet engines drowned out the audio. Reportedly, Schumer says to Biden something to the effect that "we" are in trouble in Pennsylvania presumably referring to the Senate race. Why would Schumer say something like that to Biden when Schumer is well aware Biden cannot comprehend what he was talking about because of his diminished cognitive abilities? Was this staged in conjunction with the media for some hard to figure out reason?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:24 pm, Traci M wrote:
Mark - why isn't there more coverage on the protests in Iran? This seems to just be another front on the war on women. Why do people not see it?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:24 pm, Bryce Goodman wrote:
Mark, do you think there is anything regular citizens can do to support the people of Iran? Do you think this is finally the beginning of the end of the Islamic regime in Iran? The bravery of the Iranian people, especially the young people, the women in particular is incredible. If only world leaders truly cared, perhaps the regime would actually fall.
On October 28, 2022 at 3:25 pm, Nicola Timmerman wrote:
What do you think of the mainstream media besides the Toronto Sun ignoring the $6,000 a night hotel suite for an unnamed Canadian politician for the Queen's funeral?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:26 pm, Maria DiGiorgio wrote:
Mark, do you think that the inquiry into the use of the Emergencies Act will be useful in any way? Ontario Premier Ford is hiding from the inquiry and it's not likely Prime Minister Trudeau cares in the least about his overreach. Is there a purpose to it or is it a bandaid, or something to shut people up?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:27 pm, Crazy Canuck wrote:
Are you following the commission into Justin Trudeau's use of the Emergencies Act? If so, any predictions? I tend to be pessimistic about any judicial or quasi-judicial proceedings, but you did beat the Human Rights Tribunal and CRTV...
On October 28, 2022 at 3:29 pm, Joe Patterson wrote:
My wife and I recently watched RFK jr's documentary on Fauci. If you have watched it what is your opinion?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:31 pm, Mathilde wrote:
Hello Mark! Have you placed your advanced copy order for "Spare", the new tell all from Prince Harry? Can't wait to hear your review.
On October 28, 2022 at 3:33 pm, Michael Lindamood wrote:
You were just talking about NH campaign adds. Maggie Hassen is all over YouTube. She's going after Don B on abortion and Social security. And positive on voting to being self sufficient as a country. Ha
On October 28, 2022 at 3:35 pm, Elisa Angel wrote:
If the Fox station in Arizona already knows the Democrat has won the governor's race a full 10 days before the voting closes, do you suppose the station might also know the coming lottery's numbers?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:37 pm, SIMON ARNOLD wrote:
The Odd Couple Theme. I love all that music; didn't know he wrote it.
On October 28, 2022 at 3:40 pm, Jessie wrote:
Mark - How can the CDC continue to push the vaccine and boosters when they have not gotten past Emergency Use Authorization? How can someone in good conscious recommend these shots for children when the long term effects cannot be known, but we are seeing adverse effects in the short term?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:43 pm, Michael Cavino wrote:
Any thoughts on the passing of Jerry Lee Lewis (the "Killer")? He was the last of Sam Phillips' great discoveries at Sun Records. I realize Rockabilly and Rock 'n' Roll is not your favorite type of music but love to know what you think.
On October 28, 2022 at 3:46 pm, Connie wrote:
Mark - Will Biden resign or be impeached? When will it happen? He is obviously not capable of being President. The biggest issue is that Kamala is less capable.
On October 28, 2022 at 3:49 pm, James wrote:
Do you think America is doomed for a Biden-Fetterman Ticket? Former Ontario premier Bill Davis used to say "bland works." Perhaps "senility works" can be the modern reprise.
On October 28, 2022 at 3:52 pm, James P wrote:
I see that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are both going to Pennsylvania to rescue the Fetterman campaign. Surely even the grim dull wokesters at SNL can't create a skit about this that is not funny?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:55 pm, PA resident wrote:
Mark - Do you have any comments on the Oz v Fetterman debate? Do you think the debate was help too late after mail in voting? Should states require debates? Should they require debates prior to the earliest voting date in that state?
On October 28, 2022 at 3:58 pm, J. M. wrote:
Please keep up your weekly long form interviews on steynonline.com. I very much enjoy them and your interview style.
I am an American and having difficulty with my own patriotism towards my country. You have documented the corruption and ruin of the USA better than anyone. I grew up with great pride in the USA and its institutions. Now, I often feel guilty about disliking my country because of its ruling class. I don't like it, but I feel this is the path I am being pushed towards. How do you deal with your similar emotions about the USA?