Mark returned from his overseas travels this week to prepare for the launch of his new book in a few days' time. But, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to him:
~On Monday, he began the week with a look at The New York Times' near parodic lack of self-awareness.
~As the week progressed, ISIS marched on Kobani, having concluded that the Great Satan is fundamentally unserious.
~On Wednesday, Mark started the day with Jack & Ben on Twin Cities NewsTalk.
~On Thursday, Steyn was live on stage at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis. The John Coltrane of political pontification also found time to speak with Dave Thompson, who was hosting his drivetime show direct from the event.
~While in the Twin Cities, Mark caught up with his favorite member of Congress, Michele Bachmann. On Friday, he noted that her courage and honesty on the matter of ISIS had earned her a place in their latest propaganda video.
~For the weekend, Steyn turned to the latest Administration scandal: the return of the Cartagena hooker, and American government's depraved motorcade culture.
~The week began and ended with Cole Porter, as Mark celebrated one of his loveliest love songs and marked the 50th anniversary of his death.
A new week at SteynOnline starts tonight with our Song of the Week. As mentioned above, Mark has a new book out on October 20th: The [Un]documented Mark Steyn. You can order it now from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Indigo-Chapters in Canada, and other retailers. And don't forget, Mark's royalties go to support his pushback against the Big Climate enforcers. As part of his book tour he'll be joining Sean Hannity, Bobby Jindal and more at the Chicago Freedom Summit.