As I mentioned a few weeks back, I'm traveling overseas for some time as part of my research for a forthcoming project. We'll have more news of that in a couple of months. However, I did make a brief reappearance a week ago on the morning after the Australian election (now more or less over), and in the month since I took off, on Brexit, the European Union, the Islamization of the west, and the insecure security state, things seem to be trending in a somewhat Steynian direction.
~Speaking of Australia, as the Lucky Country crawls out from the rubble of election night, you might enjoy this appearance of mine at the IPA in Melbourne back in February. The topical Aussie gags at the beginning may baffle American and Continental readers for a minute or two, although they're not without relevance to the election outcome. But I think the rest is of broader appeal - lots of of free speech, illegal gags, identity-group totalitarianism, and much more. Click below to watch:
~On a less apocalyptic note, every put-upon guy frosted out down the far end of the sofa can relate to this one. Enjoy!
That's "She Only Talks That Way To The Cat" from my cat album Feline Groovy, with Harold, a corpulent Quebecker as "the cat" and Best Actress Tony nominee Marla Schaffel as the missus - and me as the superfluous trois in the ménage.
For more on the cat and the song, see here (scroll down). Don't forget Feline Groovy: Songs for Swingin' Cats is available at iTunes, where it has a four-and-a-half star rating, and at Amazon, where it's stacked up a ton of five-star reviews, and via CD Baby and other retailers in CD and/or digital format.