Tomorrow, Monday, Mark's new album is officially released. Feline Groovy: Songs for Swingin' Cats is dedicated to Mark's own beloved cat, Marvin, who appears with him on the cover and inside the album. It's the perfect gift for the cat lover in your family, and available now from Amazon via CD or digital download, and also from iTunes.
Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:
The week began with some predictable revelations in the wake of the Paris attack: Europe's supposedly mythical "no-go zones" are all too real, and the so called "migrants" are a Trojan horse.
~On Monday, Mark celebrated the only Beatles song Frank Sinatra really liked: George Harrison's "Something".
~On Tuesday, just in time for Steyn's forthcoming Australian tour, the State Department announced a Worldwide Travel Alert, cautioning Americans from visiting the rest of the planet. Fortunately, much of the rest of the planet is already living in New Jersey.
~Wednesday marked the first anniversary of the last time the lethargic "jurists" of the District of Columbia courts heard arguments re climate mullah Michael E Mann's case against Steyn and others. A year on, we're still waiting for these "judges" to issue their ruling. Could be another 12 months or more. Mark had time to write an entire book while this dysfunctional dump of a court was sitting on its hands. So, as the latest pointless global-warming jamboree begins in Paris, we remain very grateful to those who've continued to support Steyn's end of the case via SteynOnline gift certificates and other denialist swag.
~For Thanksgiving Day, Mark presented a Thanksgiving sampler.
~For the weekend Mark offered an incendiary round-up of explosive news stories. Our Sinatra centenary observances included a blockbuster anthem to the city that doesn't sleep, and Mark and Celeste Holm with memories of High Society.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week. And don't forget Mark's new cat album, Feline Groovy, is officially released tomorrow. It's available from Amazon via CD and download, and also from iTunes. If you pre-order it digitally today, the tracks will magically appear on your device at the stroke of midnight.