In just two weeks' time Mark launches his nightly television extravaganza called, due to complete lack of imagination, The Mark Steyn Show. Read more about it below.
Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
The week began with Steyn frantically unloading two decades' worth of suddenly obsolescent Clinton columns in a grand final-weekend everything-must-go sale concluding with one of his most popular Hillary pieces.
~On Monday Mark paid tribute to the late Leonard Cohen with a favorite Cohen song that's a masterclass in rhyme.
~This week marked the first anniversary of the Paris bloodbath. Steyn reflected on a dark twelve months in the City of Light.
~In the US, the left's post-election behavior confirms exactly why Donald Trump won. For his midweek column, Mark offered some "Advice for the Loyal Opposition".
~On Thursday Steyn had more Trumpian analysis, some thoughts on Irish referenda and Aussie inquisitors, and Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize for Coolest RSVP.
~For our weekend movie date Steyn marked the twentieth anniversary of Billy Bob Thornton's film Sling Blade.
As mentioned above, on December 5th Mark is launching The Mark Steyn Show. You can watch it from almost anywhere on the planet at whatever hour of the day you want, and on whatever delivery system - whether big-screen television, compact telephone, or anything in between - and all entirely commercial-free, five days a 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 TV 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 in just two weeks' time. You can find out more about The Mark Steyn Show here - and get other great CRTV shows from the likes of Michelle Malkin, Mark Levin and Steven Crowder as part of the same low-rate introductory package.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week.