Mark will be starting the week back guest-hosting America's Number One radio show, live coast to coast at 12 noon Eastern/9am Pacific, Monday and Tuesday, so we hope you'll tune in. On Thursday and Friday he'll be in the depraved hellhole of Washington, DC where he'll be speaking at the 10th International Conference on Climate Change. Mark 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 week began with Steyn's thoughts on a galloping scandal for a former Republican House Speaker: "Hastert la vista, baby!" . Mark also revisited the standard Clinton defense from the Nineties: "Everybody did it."
~On Monday Mark continued our Sinatra Century songbook with a classic ballad that emerged from the rubble of a spectacular flop and went on to launch a lucrative late-20th-century musical sub-genre.
~The biggest news of this week, or any week, in the entirety of human history, was the unveiling of Queen Caitlyn. On Tuesday Mark shared his thoughts on the subject, as well as on the comparatively under-reported "transitioning" of an entire continent.
~On Wednesday Mark joined Sean Hannity on Fox News to discuss Iran's 20 per cent increase in its nuclear fuel and other strange manifestations of the era of Obama, who was revealed this week by David Axelrod to be the first Jewish president.
~On Thursday Mark and Hugh Hewitt discussed the Islamic State, the latest Boston terror plot, and what role the ongoing war would play in the coming election.
~It's not all Frank Sinatra round here. On Friday Steyn marked Nancy Sinatra's birthday with a reprise of her fourth-birthday present from Jimmy Van Heusen and Phil Silvers: "Nancy (with the Laughing Face)."
~For his weekend column, he returned to transJenner fever for a consideration of "The Birth of the New". Our Saturday movie date took us back to the days when Lindsay Lohan wasn't a wreck but her vehicular co-star was - Herbie: Fully Loaded.
For more details of Mark's live appearance in Washington later this week, see here.
And don't forget the new book Climate Change: The Facts, featuring Mark and some of the world's most eminent scientists. We've fallen to Number Two on the Environmental Science hit parade,, but on the other hand Doctor Fraudpants' new book is at Number 36. Climate Change: The Facts is 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.