Mark returned to the Ricochet podcast on Thursday for the first time in a few years. His old pal Rob Long was on hand, plus, of course, James Lileks. Sadly, Peter Robinson was stuck in traffic somewhere, so Troy Senik pinch-hit. They discussed Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, the great migrations engulfing Europe, the eviction of William McKinley from Mount McKinley, the new anti-semitism and many more topics - including Mark's forthcoming appearance in Copenhagen and what Ricochet calls "his terrific new book".
We think you'll enjoy this special one-hour show, and you can hear the whole thing right here.
~As for that "terrific new book" of Mark's, that's his very latest: "A Disgrace to the Profession", the story of the 21st century's most famous graph and its corruption of both science and public policy. It's available personally autographed by Mark direct from SteynOnline - or signature-free but steeply discounted at Amazon worldwide. Or it can be yours in moments via Kindle or Nook.
~At 7pm Eastern/4pm Pacific today he'll be with Hugh Hewitt, and still to come this week a special appearance with Heartland's Jim Lakely.