Mark was out on the airwaves last week promoting the official Earth Day launch of Climate Change: The Facts. More details below.
Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the rest of the week looked to Steyn:
~The week began with one of Alexander Pope's several contributions to the Hit Parade.
~On Monday, The New York Times and Newsweek reported on the Clinton scandals - no, not the old nickel-and-dime Clinton scandals from the Nineties, but bazillion-dollar planet-girding 21st-century Clinton scandals on a scale beyond the old Ozark hucksters' wildest dreams - scandals involving Kazakhs, Putin, uranium and cash-for-Cankles access, as Mark discussed on the radio with Hugh Hewitt.
~On Tuesday, Steyn's favorite foreign minister, Australia's Julie Bishop, was in Paris, and chose to visit the offices of Charlie Hebdo, bearing a far better message than #JeSuisCharlie: "Love your work."
~Wednesday was Earth Day, the official launch of the North American paperback edition of Climate Change: The Facts. While Bill Nye the Science Guy was bigging up his carbon footprint on Air Force One, Steyn spent the day talking climate with Bill Bennett, Joyce Kaufman, Sean Hannity and others. Whether because of Mark or all the eminent scientists among his co-authors, Climate Change: The Facts has proved surprisingly popular on the climatology charts.
~On Thursday, Steyn marked the day of England's patron saint with some thoughts on St George and the new dragon - and an English ballad from the Sinatra songbook.
~Friday was the one hundredth anniversary of the Gallipoli landings, and, as dignitaries gathered for the special Commonwealth service in Turkey, Mark pondered the words of A P Herbert: "To man a trench and live among the lice..."
For our Saturday movie date, Steyn picked The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
As mentioned above, Earth Day saw the official North American paperback launch of Climate Change: The Facts. Listen for more radio interviews with Mark in the days ahead. And don't forget, you can pick up a personally autographed copy of the book direct from the SteynOnline bookstore - or if can do without Steyn's John Hancock, 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.