In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
He started the week with the song that spawned the jihad - "Baby, It's Cold Outside".
~On Monday, Mark looked at the most popular baby name in Britain - Mohammed, with Omar, Ali and Ibrahim joining Big Mo on the hit parade.
~On Tuesday, Steyn observed the fifth anniversary of Climategate, of which Big Climate heavy Michael Mann's interminable defamation suit against Steyn is a feeble postscript. Can Mann lean on the legal system the way he leaned on the peer-review process? We'll find out, but meanwhile we thank those loyal readers who've shown their support for Mark by heading over to the Steyn store for their loved ones this holiday season.
~On Wednesday, protesters threatened to disrupt the Rockefeller Center tree-lighting. Mark thought it was an understandable reaction to ever lamer celebrity duets, but it turned out to be something to do with police violence.
~On Thursday, Steyn looked at one of the more outrageous aspects of Obama's illegal amnesty.
~On Friday, Mark ended with the week with some thoughts on American inertia and a sign of the times.
At the weekend, we launched the Christmas movie season at SteynOnline with Mark's appreciation of The Apartment.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week.
We hope you'll keep it mind some of Mark's recent work for your loved ones this Christmas - either his new book or his new CD or both together. The [Un]documented Mark Steyn is available in America from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million, not to mention Costco, and from Indigo-Chapters, Amazon and McNally-Robinson in Canada. Or, for instant gratification, get it in eBook - in Kindle, Kobo, Nook and iBooks.
Mark's new CD Goldfinger is available from Amazon, CD Baby, or direct from the Steyn store. Now that the new Bond film has been announced, Brian Gardiner is campaigning to have Mark do the theme song.