In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
He wrapped up the week with a rollicking speech to the Heartland Institute's 10th International Conference on Climate Change. If you didn't see it, scroll down: We think you'll enjoy it.
~On Monday, as the G7 summit concluded, Steyn returned to the Golden EIB Microphone to guest-host for Rush. The G7's priorities were "climate change" and the need to increase business opportunities for women: In Afghanistan, they don't even have a Take Your Child Bride To Work Day.
~On Tuesday Mark was back at Ice Station EIB for a second shot at America's Number One radio show: The bill of fare included more TSA security failures and Senator Graham's wish for a "rotating First Lady". Mark also talked about where cultures go to die: the "safe space". But, in the wake of The New York Times' apparently obsessive interest in Marco Rubio's driving and boating, Steyn's take on a far more serious yet all but unreported Hillary Clinton motoring escapade made the biggest splash.
~On Wednesday, after Jerry Seinfeld complained that political correctness is killing comedy, Mark contemplated a world with no jokes but only self-imposed gags.
~The Heartland Institute's International Conference on Climate Change opened on Thursday in Washington, DC - and Michael Mann's lawyer tried to sneak in without paying.
~On Friday Steyn was the keynote speaker for the start of the ICCC's second day. Click below to watch. Mark starts about 25 minutes in. The capacity crowd certainly enjoyed it, and we hope you will, too:
~For his weekend movie column, Steyn marked the passing of a legendary Dracula, Dooku and dentist - Sir Christopher Lee.
As Dr Mann's lawsuit against Mark lurches toward the start of its fourth year, Mark provided an update on the state of play. On a more positive note, the new book Climate Change: The Facts, featuring Steyn and some of the world's most eminent scientists, had a spectacularly good week. They're having a hard time keeping it in stock at Amazon, but you can always order it direct from the SteynOnline bookstore - and get it personally autographed by Mark. And 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.