If you missed today's Clubland Q&A live around the planet, here's the action replay. On this eve of Thanksgiving, Steyn had breaking news from the Rainbow Bridge over the Niagara River. But he also found time to mark the sixtieth anniversary of a presidential assassination, and to play some related music.
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PS re that exploded motor car on the Rainbow Bridge, the Governor of New York says it is not "terror-related". The driver was reportedly a frequent border-crossing casino habitué and his passenger, both Americans. So that just leaves a high-speed vehicle with no license plate that jumped an eight-foot fence and detonated itself so thoroughly it left only the engine.
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~Notwithstanding the stresses and strains imposed by the awful DC Superior Court, Steyn managed an hour-and-a-half of what we think is well worth a listen. You don't have to be a Mark Steyn Club member to listen to the show, so please click away. But, as always, we thank Steyn Clubbers for many excellent questions. Mark will return tomorrow with our annual Thanksgiving celebration.