In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
The week began with the news that, for her entire tenure as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton only used what The New York Times called a "personal" email account - ie, a secret email account. By midweek, Mark broke the news that Secretary Clinton had fired an ambassador for doing the exact same thing - conducting government business on non-government email. But, as he discussed with Hugh Hewitt, the Clintons always operate on the basis that rules are for the little people.
~On Monday Steyn told the story of the most Aryan Jewish one-hit wonder in Tin Pan Alley.
~The speech of the week was delivered on Tuesday - as Benjamin Netanyahu "mansplained Iran to Obama". It was also the subject of our most-read piece of the week.
~On Wednesday, SteynOnline launched the paperback edition of Climate Change: The Facts, the new book on the state of the science, the policy and the politics, with contributions from Mark and many others - including Willie Soon and Richard Lindzen, two of the seven scientists targeted by Democrat Congressman and Denialfinder-General Raúl Grijalva. Don't let thugs like Grijalva tell you what you're allowed to think: Take a peek at Climate Change: The Facts, and, if you order it from the SteynOnline bookstore, Denier Steyn will be happy to autograph it for you.
~On Thursday, Mark looked ahead to the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, which prompted much reaction from SteynOnline readers, on everything from the Crusades to fishing rights in British Columbia to light verse of a Cockney bent.
~On Friday, Steyn answered the burning question: What's the connection between the Muslim call to prayer and Frank Sinatra?
After a turbulent week, Mark was happy to relax with our weekend movie, the hilarious climate-change comedy The Day After Tomorrow. And, as always, we thank readers who've continued to support Mark's end of the upcoming Mann vs Steyn trial via SteynOnline gift certificates and other Steyn store purchases.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week.