It's been another busy week here at SteynOnline. In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
~The week began with Tal Bachman's continued reflections on rugby and athleticism throughout the ages.
~A few hours later, Mark acknowledged the passing of novelty songwriter Rolf Harris with a refresh of his Song of the Week take on "Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport."
~Mark paid his Memorial Day respects with a special audio edition of The Mark Steyn Show.
~The Mark Steyn Show returned in video form that evening with a cross-continental edition featuring Michele Bachmann on the WHO, Jo Nova on climate finance, and Ros Jones on the perils of "public health."
~On Tuesday's Steyn Show, Mark checked in with Gordon Chang and Liam Walsh on TikTok, plus Jamie Jenkins on kids paying the price of lockdowns.
~Right after, Mark called up his old radio chum James 'Mr Snerdley' Golden for a chat about Biden, Muslims, and Ugandan gay bars.
~Wednesday's show brought us an update on Mark's lawsuit against Ofcom, plus a look at the world with Leilani Dowding, Eva Vlaardingerbroek, and Alexandra Marshall.
~On Thursday, Laura Rosen Cohen served up another batch of her famous links, covering the King's swimming pool, Trans World Airlines, and more.
~Afterwards, Mark offered an annotated reprisal of a popular Mark Steyn Show interview from the archives, with Christopher Caldwell.
~Rick McGinnis kept our Saturday night movie date with his take on Wong Kar-wai's In the Mood for Love.
Many of you have asked how you can support Mark's important lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom in the English High Court. There are multiple ways to do so, including:
a) signing up a friend for a Steyn Club Gift Membership;
b) buying a chum a SteynOnline gift certificate;
c) ordering him or her Mark's new book; or
d) treating your loved one to a stateroom on this summer's Mark Steyn Cruise.
In the first two cases, 100 per cent of the proceeds and, in the latter two, a significant chunk thereof go to a grand cause - and you or your loved one gets something, too.
As to that new book, The Prisoner of Windsor:
~If you'd like a personally autographed copy, click here.
~For a hardback from Amazon, click here.
~For a hardback from University of Toronto Press, click here.
~For Barnes & Noble, click here.
~For Indigo in Canada, click here.
A new week at SteynOnline begins later today with another edition of Tal Bachman's The Bachman Beat.