In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
~The week began with Steyn's centennial celebration of an all-American rouser: "Over There."
~Monday's SteynPost was devoted to what Mark calls the biggest issue of our time. Click below to watch:
~On Tuesday Steyn used the occasion of the passing of a Saudi prince to offer a few thoughts on Saudi Arabia's fecund but bloodthirsty founder. Click below to watch:
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~On Wednesday, Mark joined John Oakley at Toronto's AM640 to talk Trump, Trudeau and treason. Click below to listen:
~Steyn's regular midweek appearance on Tucker Carlson's Number One cable news show attracted a flurry of Thursday news commentary, some good, some not so. Mark and Tucker discussed Trump's cunning plan of using a meeting of world leaders to meet with world leaders, as well as the media's attack on his literal unfitness for office.
~On Friday Steyn considered three news stories from Spain, America and Germany, and what they have in common. It was our most-read column of the week.
~The weekend began with Mark checking in with Abby, Pete and Clayton on "Fox & Friends" to chew over the real interference in the election. For our Saturday movie date, he offered a few thoughts on a great actor, the late Martin Landau. Also on screen subjects, Steyn wondered whether our pop culture is exhausted.
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Due to an unexpected sales surge that momentarily catapulted it back into the Top Five jazz bestsellers and Top 40 pop albums, the CD of Mark's fitfully blockbusterish Feline Groovy: Songs for Swingin' Cats temporarily sold out at Amazon. Don't worry, they've received a new shipment - and some new five-star reviews to go with it. We think we like this one:
What a delightful and frisky collection of songs. I have seven cats and they LOVE every song. Even Puddles enjoys it; he's the finicky one in the bunch. I can't wait to get home from work these days because as soon as I walk in the door we all know we're going to be 'feline groovy' for the next couple of hours. It usually annoys me when songs are stuck in my head for days at a time, but not these songs. These songs could be stuck in my head until the day I drop dead and that would be fine with me. For example; 'I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat" has been stuck in my head since last Thursday, and in no way do I want to jam an ice pick in my ear to stab it out of my brain. Nope not at all. Thanks Mark!
You're welcome. Should be out of your head in another six weeks or so.
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