In case you missed it, here's the last seven days as seen by Mark:
We began the week with a trio of lasting songs from a flop musical.
~On Monday Steyn discussed the most arresting Tweet of the week - a proud Australian jihadist's photograph of his seven-year-old son holding up the severed head of a Syrian soldier.
~On Tuesday Mark pondered what happens when stone-age guys get space-age technology, and considered Isis supporters' fond memories of Robin Williams.
~On Thursday Mark kept his weekly radio date with Hugh Hewitt and covered almost as much ground as Isis.
~Our most-read column of the week was also our most controversial, with many readers strongly disagreeing with Steyn on the militarization of the American police.
~On the upcoming Mann vs Steyn trial of the century, there was a surprising development: The ACLU, The Washington Post, NBC News and a myriad of other organizations all filed briefs with the DC Court of Appeals strongly opposing serial litigant and climate mullah Michael E Mann. On the other hand, Professor Paul Krugman is backing Mann and putting his faith in Google. We thank readers around the world for your continued support for Steyn's legal battle via your patronage of the Steyn store. We continue to prepare for Mann's deposition, discovery, and trial.
~Finally, for our weekend movie feature, we dusted off Good Will Hunting.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week.