Next month Mark launches his new nightly television extravaganza called, just to avoid any confusion, The Mark Steyn Show. Read more about it below.
Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Steyn:
The week began with a Song of the Week audio special in which Mark celebrated a Cole Porter classic: It's delightful, it's delicious, it's de-lovely.
But few sights were as terrifying as that of the Halloweiner: In a grand convergence of Democrat scandals, Hillary's classified emails somehow got mixed up with Anthony Weiner's spambot penis. This was our most-read column of the week, and attracted a lot of attention, including this story in The Washington Times.
~On Tuesday Mark pondered the Clintons' urge to power.
~On Wednesday Steyn considered the issue that drove Trump's rise through the primaries: immigration.
~On Thursday Mark took a break from the election to update his ongoing travails with Big Climate. One of his distinguished co-authors on Climate Change: The Facts, Anthony Watts, will be a lonely skeptic voice at this year's AGU conference, the biggest earth-science beano on the planet. If you'd like to help support Anthony's foray into the lion's den, you can do so here.
~On Friday Steyn returned to the election and Hillary Clinton's fellow liberals: "I'm with her ...up to a point."
~For his Saturday column, Mark reviewed the ongoing war on free speech, with disturbing developments from around the western world.
~Our weekend movie and music departments are also in presidential mode: Our Saturday film feature celebrates the only actor to wind up on a winning presidential ticket - and tonight's Song of the Week celebrates the only winning presidential ticket to produce a hit song.
As mentioned above, after years of listeners and viewers demanding to know why he merely guest-hosts, in December Mark is finally launching The Mark Steyn Show. You can watch it from almost anywhere on the planet at whatever hour of the day suits you best, and on whatever delivery system you prefer, whether big-screen television, compact telephone, or anything in between - and entirely commercial-free, every night of the week. Mark and his guests will be addressing all the big-picture geopolitics he deals with in his books, but he'll also be doing television versions of his most popular website features, including Mark at the Movies, Steyn's Song of the Week, Ave atque vale and Mark's Mailbox. If you like civilizational collapse and live music on the same bill, this is the show for you.
Make a date to join Mark each night, starting next month. You can find out more about The Mark Steyn Show here - and get other great CRTV shows as part of the same low-rate introductory package.