In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
The week began with Steyn marking the 25th anniversary of the "fall" of the Berlin Wall.
~On Monday, just ahead of Remembrance Day in the Commonwealth, Mark considered the "poppy hijab" and the new security-ringed Cenotaph ceremonies in what became our most-read piece of the week: "Remembrance, Delusion and Usurpation."
~Tuesday was, variously, Veterans Day, Remembrance Day or Armistice Day. Steyn marked the occasion with a song for the season, and some thoughts on war and remembrance. At the Cenotaph in Toronto, things did not go so smoothly.
~On Thursday, Steyn returned to The Hugh Hewitt Show to discuss Obama's post-Constitutional order, and the exquisite liberal condescension of Jonathan Gruber.
~It was a good week for Pongo Award winner and fraudulent climate scientist Michael E Mann. He turns out to be the big-screen villain in the new blockbuster Interstellar. On Friday, Mark took his kids to see the movie. We haven't yet sold the movie rights for the upcoming Mann vs Steyn trial of the century, but Mark continues to prepare for Dr Mann's deposition and discovery. He thanks all those readers who've supported his case by buying SteynOnline gift certificates and patronizing the Steyn store.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week.
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