Welcome to the first Mark Steyn Show of a new week. We air every night at 8pm UK/3pm North American Eastern.
On Tuesday afternoon in Lower Manhattan we will witness the first ever arrest of an American president. Today's show begins with Mark's old boss (and Donald Trump's longtime friend) Conrad Black giving his take on the "case" against the President and America's "justice" system more broadly.
Next, Steyn is joined by Claire Hibbs and Stephen Morell, both brutally injured by the AstraZeneca shot, to consider the weird determination of His Majesty's Government to keep screwing over victims of their rotten vaccines. Afterwards, our Stats Man Jamie Jenkins is back to note how the World Health Organisation and other bodies are belatedly catching up with him and Mark - albeit a year late.
All that plus Mark's Mailbox. To watch the show, simply click above.
~As Mark mentioned on the air, he has a new book out later this month, The Prisoner of Windsor. If you're willing to pay list price, you can get a personally autographed copy over at the SteynOnline Bookstore. But, if you can live without Mark's inscription, the pre-orders have been selling so well that Amazon is now offering it with 27 per cent off - so you can avail yourself of a handsome hardback for $23.17, and cheaper shipping too.
Aside from buying his book, there are multiple ways of supporting Mark's important lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom in the English High Court, including:
a) signing up a friend for a Steyn Club Gift Membership;
b) buying a loved one a SteynOnline gift certificate; or
c) joining Mark, Eva, Leilani, Alexandra and more on this summer's Steyn Cruise.
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We shall have a brand new Steyn Show tomorrow, Tuesday, at 8pm BST/3pm North American Eastern.
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