Happy Twelfth Night and Epiphany to all. In case you missed it, here's how the dawn of 2019 looked to Mark:
~The week began with Steyn guest-hosting America's Number One radio show, and a final 2018 I-told-you-so moment on Time magazine's choice of "Person of the Year". It was our most-read piece of the week.
~On New Year's Day Mark presented his traditional look back at the year in our annual three-hundred-and-sixty-se'nnight of Steyn.
~On Wednesday Steyn joined John Oakley in Toronto to discuss the proposed beaded curtain on America's border - and the disgraceful spectacle of the worthless cry-bullies of Wilfrid Laurier "University" suing their victim Lindsay Shepherd. Click below to listen:
~On Thursday Mark started the day with Bob Lonsberry at WHAM 1180 in Rochester, New York, where Dennis Miller and he will be in a few weeks' time, live at the Kodak Center. Mark and Bob chewed over the passing parade, and also Steyn's curious biography:
If you're interested in seeing Miller & Steyn live in Rochester, don't forget that with VIP tickets you not only have the best seats but you also get to meet Dennis and Mark after the show. More details of Rochester and the other Miller/Steyn New York/Pennsylvania dates here.
Later that day, on "Tucker Carlson Tonight", Mark sucked it up in the final straw of progressive virtue-signaling:
~On Saturday our weekend movie date saluted the briefly famous Hilton sisters, and Todd Browning's film Freaks.
Now that the all the holidays have passed, there's always a perfect better-late-than-never gift in two on the aisle for Dennis Miller and Mark Steyn live on stage.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our annual Twelfth Night live-music cavalcade.