The "niche Canadian" (thank you, The Guardian) returns with the Steyn Show's midweek panel - Leilani Dowding, Alexandra Marshall and Samantha Smith - to take the pulse of the planet. If you don't want to watch it on your telephone, you can watch it on your Smart TV with the whole family agog - and you can do both via the ADH TV app.
On today's show Mark kicks things off with a word on about-to-announce presidential candidate Ron DeSantis via a highlight from the Steyn archive. Next up the ladies have their say on an array of topics from a transgender military to the wokeness of Rupert Murdoch to primitive robots that already know how to sucker us.
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