Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:
The week began with the world reacting to the slaughter in France. Mark suggested that playing John Lennon's "Imagine" reveals only a total lack of imagination, and that for "edgy" HBO comedians swearing a lot is the safest way to avoid saying anything that might cause offense. Speaking of musical responses, in the wake of the Paris attacks, Steyn's Song of the Week was, in fact, a Franco-Arab number: "My Way."
~On Monday morning, Mark started the day with Fox & Friends discussing the Eurabian jihad, and with Stuart Varney talking about Bernie Sanders and climate change. Steyn's observation re the latter greatly upset the Democrats' court eunuchs.
~On Tuesday Mark joined Hannity on Fox News to ponder President Obama's curious indifference to the rise of Isis.
~Wednesday morning found Steyn on the air Down Under with the great Alan Jones for an Australian perspective on Paris. Click below to listen:
The most contemptible reaction to the bloodbath in France came from the US Secretary of State John Kerry. Mark dissected Kerry's views on the "legitimacy" of the Charlie Hebdo attacks with John Oakley on the radio in Toronto.
~The climate change jamboree will be going ahead as scheduled - because, as Steyn wrote on Thursday, if we stop obsessing about sea levels in the 22nd century, then the terrorists will have won! Don't forget Mark's must-read book on cartoon climatology and Michael E Mann's fraudulent "hockey stick", "A Disgrace to the Profession", is available in print, in Kindle and in Nook.
~By the end of the week the Democrats were fully on message: Terrorism is nothing to do with Islam ...but everything to do with the Republican Party. As 30 governors objected to Obama's plans to admit 10,000 "Syrian" "refugees", the Administration revealed its latest Magic Hashtag - and Steyn wondered on TV what the French made of such a listless "leader of the free world".
~Having suggested that Isis were more Spectre-like than Spectre, Mark decided to pick the new James Bond film for our Saturday movie date. Our Sinatra centenary observances included "Send In The Clowns" and a brand new audio special with Mark in conversation with longtime Sinatra pianist and conductor Vincent Falcone.