June is upon us, and Steyn will be live on stage in Washington, DC later this month for the 10th International Conference on Climate Change. He and some of his co-authors will be discussing the themes of their new book Climate Change: The Facts. More details below.
Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
~The President, on the other hand, celebrated Memorial Day by announcing that the war in Afghanistan is over. This was news to most of us, and indeed to the enemy. Any word yet on who won?
~On Wednesday, Mark joined Toronto's Number One morning man John Oakley to advance his theory that without climate change there would be no Canada.
~Steyn has been vigorous in his defense of brave Danish cartoonists and brave French cartoonists, but he draws the line at lame American hack Mark Ulriksen. On Thursday, he bemoaned the dull thud of a New Yorker towel snap - and the west's decision to commit suicide by immigration.
~On Friday Mark pondered American isolationism: He didn't think it was a good idea, not when everything in every American's home is made elsewhere.
~For his weekend column, he looked - via a "gender fluidity" case from his old friends at the British Columbia "Human Rights" Tribunal - at the left's ongoing demolition of biology. And for our Saturday movie date he opted for Daniel Auteuil in The Closet - or, rather, out of it.
For more details of Mark's live appearance in Washington on June 11th and 12th, see here.
And don't forget the new book Climate Change: The Facts, featuring Mark and some of the world's most eminent scientists. It's available at Amazon and elsewhere, or you can order it direct from the SteynOnline bookstore - and get it personally autographed by Mark. But if you can't wait for the postman, 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.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week.