In case you missed it, here's the last seven days as seen by Mark:
The week began with a 50th anniversary celebration of the first earthling music to be played on the moon.
~On Monday Mark considered the extraordinary sums of money Canada's TD Bank has given Bill Clinton.
~On Tuesday, in what quickly became our most-read piece of the week, Steyn looked at the challenges of diversity - on America's southern border and in a French kindergarten.
~The border talk continued on Wednesday's John Oakley Show, but Mark also found time to discuss who was to blame for the World Cup - gays or Jews?
~It was a week of celebrations: To mark the 50th birthday of Courtney Love, Steyn recalled her finest hour, and on Thursday he joined the 14th birthday edition of The Hugh Hewitt Show to chew over Israel's war with Hamas, and the Democrats' war with their own recent past.
~The Islamization of the west has been a theme of Mark's work since America Alone. This week he pondered two examples of "interfaith" outreach - at the sharp end with Bowe Bergdahl, and in the woozier soft focus of the House of Lords.
~It was a quiet week on the Mann vs Steyn trial-of-the-century front. But even in these doldrums before deposition and discovery you've continued to support Mark's pushback against the climate mullahs via the Steyn store. Thank you very much to generous readers from every corner of the globe.
~For our Saturday feature, Steyn marked the fifth anniversary of the deaths of Walter Cronkite and Michael Jackson.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week.