The "niche Canadian" of The Guardian infamy is resting this week, but The Mark Steyn Show nonetheless returns with a star-studded show guest hosted by Alexandra Marshall from down under, featuring Leilani Dowding, Eva Vlaardingerbroek, and Samantha Smith to sift through the crazy of the world. You can watch today's show from your smartphone, your smart TV, or perhaps even your old school telly set if you keep the antennae just so.
On today's show we tackle some breaking news involving frequent Steyn Show guest, Charlotte Wright and her in-laws. Plus, Alexandra, Eva, Leilani and Samantha tackle ideological cyberwar, climate craziness, identity politics, and more.
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