In case you missed it, here's the last seven days as seen by Mark:
We began the week with a song for the new month - well, sort of: "(I'm In Love With) A Wonderful Guy."
~On Monday, in what became our most-read piece of the week, Mark reflected on "My fellow Canadian" - a pro-Hamas demonstrator proudly brandishing a portrait of the Ayatollah Khomeini on the streets of Toronto.
~On Tuesday Steyn looked at the Department of Homeland Security's strange shift of "mission": The southern border is wide open but DHS agents are raiding Boston strip clubs that sell knock-off Red Sox T-shirts, and suburban homeowners whose 1985 Land Rover doesn't meet EPA emissions standards.
~On Wednesday Mark discussed how liberal pin-up boy Nate Silver caved in to the Big Climate heavies after Michael E Mann and his fellow ayatollahs of alarmism took the hockey stick to him. The climate of fear operated by Mann and his thuggish Warmanos is why Mark is pushing back hard against him in the upcoming Mann vs Steyn trial of the century. Thank you to everyone who's helped fund our end of the case by visiting the Steyn store. We continue to prepare for Mann's deposition, discovery, and trial.
~On Thursday Steyn turned his attention back to his previous legal battle, and a curious footnote in his campaign against the "human rights" commissions in Canada. Mark outlines the clashes between Islam, multiculturalism and free speech in his book Lights Out, personally autographed copies of which are exclusively available from the SteynOnline bookstore.
~On Friday Hamas broke the ceasefire with Israel within an hour and a half. Mark joined Ed Morrisey on the radio to discuss the realignments of friendship in the Middle East: Obama and Kerry support Hamas, while Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia support Israel.
~As a weekend break from a turbulent world, Steyn retreated to a small island far from worldly cares, where King Kong romanced Fay Wray.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week.