On May 16, 2018 at 11:01 am, Steven Payne wrote:
Is it true that you are suing the Mark Steyn Club and that we members could be liable for millions?
On May 16, 2018 at 11:03 am, Michael Cavino wrote:
In light of Kim Strassel's article last Friday that the FBI planted a spy in the Trump campaign, do you have any theory as to why Trump refuses to declassify the warrants the FBI and DOJ submitted to the FISA Court in order to surveil Carter Page and other Trump officials and the "302" report of the Michael Flynn interview for which he later plead guilty to one count of lying? I truly believe that if these documents are released the citizenry will be so outraged by the abuses of the FBI/DOJ that it will bring about the swift end of the ridiculous Mueller investigation. Thoughts?
Also, I read in an interview that you studied Greek and Latin in school. Virgil's Aeneid and the odes of Horace were personal favorites during my Latin studies. What were yours?
On May 16, 2018 at 11:05 am, Quinn Watson wrote:
Question for Clubland Q&A:
I quite enjoy watching you and Tucker Carlson weekly on his show, Tucker Carlson tonight. A more dapper, educated and insightful pair of chaps on television, I have not seen.
Any chance you go full time with the gig, as "Mark & Tucker Tonight" or some derivation thereof?
On May 16, 2018 at 11:08 am, Tom Kenevan wrote:
You've written a short blurb on the recently published book, Donald J. Trump: A President Like No Other, by Conrad Black. Could you expand on your comments.
On May 16, 2018 at 11:11 am, Alan Miller wrote:
Perhaps you can explain the mysteries of the American mind to a Britisher, as regards the Stormy Daniels case.
With all due respect to Mark Steyn club members who are porn stars, the latter aren't generally seen as bastions of probity - but in Stormy's case, her testimony is gospel, apparently.
Then she was prepared to blackmail Trump over a legal, if indiscrete act. Well, over here, blackmailers aren't generally the go-to person when you seek to find the plain truth of a matter.
Finally, she signed a non-disclosure agreement with Trump's lawyer and took payment for it. Then, on a technicality, she broke it. But a contract over here is formed by both the written and spoken words used, and hence the intention is a part of the contract and the 'technicality' is void. Hence Stormy is not just a blackmailer, she's one of an elite minority of blackmailers that takes the money then reneges on the agreement.
So what is it about Stormy that credentials here as a reliable witness for Americans? Is it large boobs perhaps? In which case, perhaps we should all get some.
Kind regards, Alan
On May 16, 2018 at 11:13 am, Toby Pilling wrote:
While the unelected, ermine-clad lords attempt to overturn the democratic will of the British people regarding Brexit, is the US in any fit state to smugly observe the outrage? Are not the Supreme Court judges an affront to democracy - black-robed appointees-for-life who never face the electorate, yet deign to make law as they see fit?
On May 16, 2018 at 11:15 am, Emad wrote:
You, and few others, have traced the loss of confidence in the West back to the Great War.
I was wondering if you could talk more about the ideas that foamed in the heart of Europe leading to the Great War, and how and why this war unfolded the way it did.
By the way I wanted to compliment you on your wit, but I cannot do that in such a short post.
On May 16, 2018 at 11:17 am, David P wrote:
The likelihood that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia seems close to zero, and the corrupt practices of the deep state should be the focus at this point. But one question I can't answer is why Trump decided to employ such pro-Russia clowns and shady characters as Manafort and Page as part of his campaign team? In the main his judgment seems pretty good, and often his decisions look better with the passage of time. How did he agree to take them on? And what was he doing praising the crook and murderer Putin?
On May 16, 2018 at 11:19 am, Todd Williamson wrote:
Mark, I've noticed you don't have much regard for the flurry of superhero movies as a legitimate contribution to our culture (i.e. references to Cardbooard Man and Iron Man 27). Before recordable video and play stations, youngsters could escape reality and use their imaginations as they read a colorful comic book. Some of them were well-written and beautifully-drawn. Unfortunately, these great characters are now suffering at the hands of the diversity police. The comic book version of Nick Fury was a cigar-chewing, obnoxious, white guy. What if they cast the Black Panther or the Falcon as another race? Marvel is now working on a "Muslim-American" heroine. Will they create a Christian-American hero as well? The left has killed another great, uniquely American institution.
On May 16, 2018 at 11:21 am, Mark Wallbrown wrote:
Greetings Mark. As you have noted, 'once everyone is a nazi then no one is a nazi'. It seems likewise that now that everything is political, actually nothing is political. Having politicized all things, right down to our genitalia, there is no debate about a position, only accepting an existing position. One of which is the correct position and any other is wrong.
Mark W. - Southport NC
On May 16, 2018 at 11:23 am, Al Man from CA wrote:
Mark, I am convinced that our globalist leftist media think that they will be "spared" when the commies or the jihadists take over, since they usually give them all breaks possible when reporting. Down the road please comment on the genocide in South Africa and the peoples paradise in Venezuela.
On May 16, 2018 at 11:25 am, Kristine Dewey wrote:
It appears I have several FB friends who side with Hamas and against Isreal. The media does not seem to think it odd about the protesters coming armed, The take the Hamas numbers of wounded and dead at their word, never having apparently seen the staging of wounded by the "white Helmets" in the past. There is such a lack of understanding on what is going on there. So frustrating in terms of the big picture and the true political danger of islam.
On May 16, 2018 at 11:27 am, Laura Rosen Cohen wrote:
Hi Mark, are you getting annoyed with the mainstream media's seeming desire for more dead Jews, in order to even up the score with the dead Hamas terrorists (disproportionate)? Do you think this fetish for Gaza is a deluded type of liberal virtue-signalling or actually a very pure, but very sinister "socially acceptable" expression of deep-seated, closeted antisemitism.
On May 16, 2018 at 11:29 am, Laura Rosen Cohen wrote:
It was magnificent. Wish there was an audio clip.
On May 16, 2018 at 11:31 am, Matthew Shaw wrote:
Mark, thank you for everything that you do for free speech and to push back against the forces of insufferable blathering nonsense! Though British, I have been a resident of SE Asia for many years. Many countries in SE Asia have fairly relaxed and, historically, relatively unchanged attitudes towards transgender persons. Thailand is the obvious example, but there are several others. Even in Singapore, where I live, I personally know a number of trans ladies who lead normal professional lives. It is jarring to me that in many places in this neck of the woods transgenderism has found a level whereas in the US and other parts of the West it has become another militant and fanatical identity group. It is weird that identity politicians in some parts of the world seem so perpetually enraged and wound-up by an issue that in other parts of the world is not really a big deal and more often than not viewed sympathetically and as just another part of the tapestry of life. It always seems to be the 'liberals' in our midst who are the most illiberal, the least familiar with the issues they purport to advocate, and, indeed, the most hypocritical.
God bless you and all that you do!
On May 16, 2018 at 11:33 am, Mark DeBiasi wrote:
Socialism is a failed economic theory of the last century. Why do you think it still has traction at this point in history?
On May 16, 2018 at 11:35 am, BallBounces in PEI wrote:
How does discovery work? What would stop an adversary from simply deleting emails, etc. Doesn't the system require honesty and honour to work?
On May 16, 2018 at 11:37 am, David Giler wrote:
Why do you think The Kingdom of Speech which took down Darwin, Chomsky and the notion of settled science, was largely ignored? What did you think of it?
On May 16, 2018 at 11:40 am, Raj S wrote:
The instrumental score at the top of your show reminds me of
one of those British telly sleuth shows. What kind of sleuth
are you? One like the quintessential Brit, Sherlock Holmes?
or, the Belgian, Hercule Poirot?
I am not alluding to your Belgian-British ancestry, neither
am I stalking you!
On May 16, 2018 at 11:44 am, Wayne Seibert wrote:
Do you think English speaking Canada will ever live up to it's true destiny and join the good ol' USA?
On May 16, 2018 at 11:48 am, Fernando Caballero wrote:
I recently reviewed your interview with Dr. Jordan Peterson concerning the free speech laws in Canada. Since then, Dr. Peterson has jettison into stratospheric levels of popularity. Dr. Peterson is always looking at the hierarchies of thought underling the political ideas being discussed. Is this the best to look at current political and historical perspectives? For example, what is the underling premise for the Global Climate Change being foisted upon unsuspecting Westerners to date? Is it profitable to dig into these more cerebral enterprises or is it better use of time to discuss the tip of the iceberg of the political ideas and current events?
On May 16, 2018 at 11:52 am, Nicole wrote:
Hi Mark, Can you think of any parallel in history where the demise of a society was similar to the one of the west? I understand from your previous comment that we lost confidence, yet It seems like the current culture of the west is so completely warped and bizarre that I still don't understand how we ended up here.
On May 16, 2018 at 11:59 am, Jamie Marsh wrote:
With the demise of western civilization and constant losses on the culture wars fight, how do you keep such a positive attitude?