I enjoyed my three days guest-hosting for Rush on the radio. For a few moments from Monday's show, see here. My own personal highlight was a call from Natalie, a fifteen-year-old Steyn fan from Billings, Montana, who's saving up from her summer job so she can afford to join The Mark Steyn Club. She turns sixteen later this month, so we gave her an early birthday present and fast-tracked her into the membership. I think a lot about Natalie's generation, particularly after events like Manchester Arena and London Bridge. Our generation - her parents' and grandparents' - has so screwed up the western world that things are going to be very miserable for Natalie and her friends by the time they're our age. So let's turn this thing around, so they don't dig us up and curse our bones.
~For Natalie and other new members of the Club, you can find the first of our audio adventures, Tales for Our Time, here: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's rollicking yarn of 1897, The Tragedy of the Korosko - scroll down the page to Episode One, and then all the way back up to Episode Fifteen. Our second Tale for Our Time starts in a few days from now.
~Our first Clubland Q&A can be found here, with a video postscript here. We're experimenting with a few different formats for these, so bear with us. For this second edition, if you're a Club member who'd like to ask me a question, log-in below and ask away. It won't appear as a comment below. Instead, we'll be picking them out for our Clubland Q&A later this week. We'll eventually theme some of these sessions, but for this one have at it about whatever's on your mind - questions on Trump or terrorism, demography or Dean Martin - and we'll try to get to as many as we can.
[UPDATE! Thank you for all your questions. You can have a look at Mark's answers here. Some of the other questions we've appended below, because they're thought-provoking, and we'll try to get to them at some point in The Clubbable Steyn or elsewhere.]
For more information on The Mark Steyn Club, see here.