Mark returns to the North American airwaves this week with a live appearance on AM640 with his old pal, and Toronto's Number One morning man, John Oakley. Steyn and Oakley chew over the state of the world starting at 8.30am Eastern this Wednesday.
Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
~As longtime readers of Mark's work well know, he believes free speech is in deep trouble in America, Britain and throughout the western world. Down Under, Australia's "hate speech" laws are a grotesque blemish on a great nation. They've now ensnared the newspaper cartoonist Bill Leak. Steyn responded with a vigorous column pushing back against statist twerps who presume to tell freeborn citizens to shut up.
~Ahead of Wednesday's final presidential debate, Mark's most-read column of the week considered the state of the race, the corruption of the republic, and the comparative merits of an unknown versus the most known known in the history of knowns.
~On Friday, Steyn turned to the desperation of the perpetual grievance industry and the University of Wisconsin's determination to stamp out racial facials.
Meow! This was very entertaining - me and my two cats enjoyed it a lot.
Do join Mark on the radio this Wednesday.