Mark will be out on the airwaves this week promoting the official North American launch of Climate Change: The Facts - just in time for Earth Day! More details below.
Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:
~The week began with the amazingly inept - even by her own impressive standards - launch of the Hillary 2016 campaign. In honor of Mrs Clinton's official announcement of her regal progress toward Coronation Day, Mark reran some reader favorites from the Steyn archives - Clinton classics on the sex, the lies, and, er, the Masai tribal proverbs.
~Taking time off from suing Steyn for defamation, climate mullah Michael E Mann attempted to explain the near two-decade pause in global warming. He didn't do a very good job, as Mark was happy to point out on Tuesday. Ross McKitrick's demolition of Mann's "hockey stick" is one of the highlights of the aforementioned Climate Change: The Facts, by Steyn and some of the world's most eminent scientists and sharpest commentators.
~Wednesday saw our most-read piece of the week - Mark's response to the contemptible Garry Trudeau's appalling remarks about the victims of the Charlie Hebdo massacre, and the Danish Mohammed cartoons.
~On Thursday, Steyn was honored to be the first guest on a brand new show hosted by his favorite piano-playing imam, Andrew Lawton. Later he joined Hugh Hewitt and observed, with respect to the curious priorities of our time, that "we'll be talking about transgendered bathrooms when the mullahs nuke us".
~On Friday Steyn's favorite foreign minister, Australia's Julie Bishop, departed Canberra for meetings in Tehran - and landed looking a little different from the way Mark last saw her.
For our weekend movie date, Steyn marked the 75th birthday of Al Pacino.
As mentioned above, we're happy to announce the official North American paperback launch of Climate Change: The Facts, just in time for Earth Day. Mark will be swinging by some favorite hosts, including Bill Bennett south of the border, Brian Lilley north thereof, Joyce Kaufman on the East Coast and Brian Sussman on the West. Check for details of his appearances each day in the top right-hand corner of this page. You can pick up a personally autographed copy of the book direct from the SteynOnline bookstore - or if you're indifferent to Mark's scrawl you can order it direct from Amazon in print or digital format.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week.