In case you missed it, here's the last seven days as seen by Mark:
~He started the week with a francophone medley via London in honor of Charles Aznavour's 90th birthday.
~On Monday, Victoria Day, Steyn marked the 70th anniversary of the long, bloody Battle of Monte Cassino.
~On Tuesday - or "Everybody Draw Mohammed" Day - Mark returned to the Golden EIB Microphone to host America's Number One radio show. He called on President Obama and Congress to confer US citizenship on Meriam Ibrahim, who has been sentenced to hang in Khartoum. His column on the abandonment of Meriam, the wife and mother of American citizens, proved to be our most-read piece of the week - but she is not the only victim of the real war on women.
~On Wednesday, Steyn gave an in-depth interview to PJ Media's Ed Driscoll to promote the new expanded eBook edition of Mark Steyn's Passing Parade.
~Thursday was a Euro-local election day in the United Kingdom. Mark's profile of Nigel Farage vs the Lunatic Mainstream proved prescient as results began to come through.
~On Friday, Mark addressed the disgraceful treatment of Dinesh D'Souza, and the US "justice" system's abandonment of equality before the law.
~On the global warming front, Steyn continues to push against the climate of fear the litigious Michael E Mann and his fellow warm-mongers have imposed on science. It was a typical week for the Big Climate enforcers, as they threatened to sue and to jail, and climbed into bed with anti-American Middle Eastern interests - anything to avoid genuine, honest public engagement. We are more grateful than ever for your support for Mark's campaign against the ayatollahs of alarmism.
~Mark ended the week with a Saturday movie selection marking the 20th anniversary of the Tutsi genocide: Don Cheadle in Hotel Rwanda.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week - and our Memorial Day observances.