Mark will be live on stage in Minneapolis this week, and a few days after that he'll be launching his new book.
But, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:
~On Monday, he began the week with a brace of songs by his near namesake Jule Styne.
~On Tuesday, he noted the beaming up of former congressman James Traficant.
~By midweek, a small Internet kerfuffle had broken out over this week's most-read column noting the exciting new play Kill Climate Deniers! and other recent climate-alarmism developments. As Twitchy reported, climate mullah Greg Laden demanded Dr Judith Curry publicly apologize for favoriting a Tweet linking to said column. As Big Climate's Witchfinder-General, Laden then pronounced Dr Curry a denialist for refusing to deny that she's a denialist - prompting Twitchy to report on Mark's "hilarious" response.
~On Thursday, Steyn revisited the thesis of his bestselling America Alone and considered the accelerating Islamization of Britain's second city.
~Mark ended the week with a look at the peculiar priorities of US Homeland Security: Ebola yes, bagpipes no.
~Following the almost laughably easy breach of security at the White House, our Saturday movie date opted for a trickier scenario: Kazakh terrorist mastermind Gary Oldman hijacking President Harrison Ford's Air Force One.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week. As mentioned above, Mark will be in Minneapolis this Thursday for An Evening With Mark Steyn hosted by the Center of the American Experiment. If you'd like to join Steyn live at Orchestra Hall on October 9th, you can find more details and book tickets here.
Also as mentioned above, Mark has a new book out on October 20th: The [Un]documented Mark Steyn. You can pre-order now from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Indigo-Chapters in Canada, and other retailers. Mark's royalties go to support his pushback against the climate mullahs in the upcoming Mann vs Steyn trial of the century.