We had so many good questions from Mark Steyn Club members around the planet for Monday's 9/11 anniversary Clubland Q&A that Mark couldn't get to them all. So we saved a few of them for this latest video edition of Mark's Mailbox, starting with the matter of whether we're getting too used to terrorism and ending with the question of why the student princes in Heidelberg are now student emirs. Along the way we discuss the US Justice Department's decision to let Lois Lerner & Co skate, and how Mark wound up guest-hosting America's Number One radio show. Click below to watch:
Steyn will be back on screen tomorrow, Sunday, for a rare Canadian TV appearance with CTV's Evan Solomon on "Question Period", coast to coast at 11am Eastern/8am Pacific.
Mark's Mailbox, SteynPosts and The Mark Steyn Show are made possible through the support of members of The Mark Steyn Club, for which we are profoundly grateful. Among the pleasures of membership is that you can enjoy our TV content in any medium you desire: video, audio or text. So, if you'd rather sample the above in non-visual form, please log-in here. We're excited to announce that our entire run of SteynPosts and video Mailboxes, starting with the very first edition, are now available in audio. You can find all those, plus some of the more memorable editions of The Mark Steyn Show, over in our Audio & Transcripts department.
If you prefer Mark in audio, join him later this evening for another episode of our current nightly serialization, The Secret Agent, plus our regular Saturday night film feature, Mark at the Movies.
We've been experimenting with different models for our Clubland Q&A sessions - print, audio, video - so do let us know what your particular pleasure is. Club members can also hit the comment threads and tear Mark's arguments to pieces. So have at it below.
Thank you for all your questions to Mark. If you haven't yet experienced the delights of The Mark Steyn Club, you can find more information here. The first issue of our new Club newsletter,The Clubbable Steyn, is still available, and we've also introduced, for the Steyn fan in your family, a new gift membership.