In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
The big news of the week was that Vienna has installed "gay-friendly traffic lights". So, if you jump the lights, it's vehicular homophobia.
But, rather more prosaically, it began with UK election victor David Cameron putting together his second ministry. Steyn offered some historical perspective on a very disunited kingdom.
~On Monday, Mark celebrated one of the great songs of the Second World War, "I'll Be Seeing You".
~On Tuesday, in what became our most-read piece of the week, Steyn looked at higher education in Massachusetts, where "motherhood" is a social construct and "white college males" are a problem population.
~On his midweek visit with Toronto's Number One morning man John Oakley, Mark reflected on Elizabeth May, Canada's Green Party leader, working blue - and singing the praises of Omar Khadr, the murderer of a US Army medic and the pin-up of the Canadian left.
~On Thursday Steyn returned to The Hugh Hewitt Show to discuss George Stephanopoulos and his "charitable donations" to the Clinton "Foundation", Mark Halperin's sudden fascination with Hispanic culture, and King Hamid of Bahrain's urgent need to wash his hair.
~On Friday Mark shone the spotlight on another Sinatra centenary song, and a memorable Michelob commercial, "The Way You Look Tonight". He also marked the passing of the record company exec who wrote Frank's grooviest liner notes, the great Stan Cornyn, the man who made sleeve notes into an art form.
~For his weekend column, Steyn pondered Jeb Bush and The New York Times' plan to move Syria into Detroit - and see if anyone notices any difference. And with the new Avengers movie out in theaters he profiled the Marvel Comics artist who first conjured Thor, Iron-Man, Captain America et al into life, the legendary Jack Kirby.
On June 11th and 12th, Mark will be joining all the A-list deniers in Washington, DC for the Heartland Institute's 10th International Conference on Climate Change. For more information on the conference, see here. It's your chance to hear Steyn and some of his co-authors discuss the themes of their brand new book Climate Change: The Facts.
The book, meanwhile, is available at Amazon and elsewhere, and already the Number One bestseller on the Climatology Hit Parade - although Michael E Mann's new book is snapping at our heels at #300,795. Don't forget, you can always order Climate Change: The Facts direct from the SteynOnline bookstore - and get it personally autographed by Mark.
Or you can be reading it within 90 seconds via Kindle, Nook at Barnes & Noble, or Kobo at Indigo-Chapters in Canada and around the world.