On April 2, 2019 at 4:04 pm, Owen Morgan wrote:
Theresa May - what the actual heck? Do I need to add anything?
On April 2, 2019 at 4:06 pm, Macedonian Content Farmer wrote:
Hey Mark, what is your quick take on the Canadian media and the Liberal Party caucus (but I repeat myself) being more upset about JWR taping the conversation with "C" (that basically implicated Prince Justin with obstruction of justice) than with the actual crime.
On April 2, 2019 at 4:08 pm, Elizabeth Bakoss wrote:
Can you offer some additional comments on Brexit and probability of anything coming of it in future.
On April 2, 2019 at 4:08 pm, Leigh wrote:
If Revenue Canada doesn't rob me blind this April, I'm hoping to make this year's cruise! Curious if you have any comment on Morgane Oger's putative victory in the BC Human Rights Tribunal? Oger, for non-Canadians, is the transwomen who recently convinced the City of Vancouver to stop funding the country's oldest rape crisis centre because it refuses to house "women with penises." Fresh off of that dubious triumph, the human rights tribunal has ordered Bill Whatcott to pay Oger $55,000 for hurt feelings because he called Oger a "biological man."
Given the totalitarian crackdown on free speech we're seeing throughout the West, I suppose this isn't particularly newsworthy. On the plus side, we can thank the trans rights movement for revealing what utter phonies most progressives are. They supposedly support gay rights, yet join the chorus in denouncing lesbians as transphobic vagina fetishists if they refuse to date transwomen. They supposedly despise privileged white males, but are the first to support them when, as self-declared women, they are demanding access to women-only spaces. It's almost as if progressives care more about holding the right opinions than advancing the causes they profess to care about.
On April 2, 2019 at 4:10 pm, Macedonian Content Farmer wrote:
Another quick question. Now that it seems clear that the UK does not have a functioning government, do you think that Queen Elizabeth should address the nation and state that given the referendum result and the total inability of the Her Majesty's Government to successfully negotiate an acceptable soft Brexit, that the monarch will not give royal assent to any legislation that merely delays the inevitable hard Brexit.
On April 2, 2019 at 4:11 pm, Laura Rosen Cohen wrote:
Do you think we've heard the worst of the "Jody" not cowering to Prime Minister Hairdo story? The recently released conversation was a doozy, but I can't help feeling like we're still not getting the whole story. Do you think another shoe (sans silly socks) is still yet to drop?
On April 2, 2019 at 4:13 pm, Al Man from CA wrote:
My question is about freedom of the press in Canada and the U.K. What is the status? I know freedom of speech in the U.K. is virtually gone (at least for non-pc citizens), is Canada still trying to take back the progress you made in your court case for freedom of speech?
Al Man from CA
On April 2, 2019 at 4:13 pm, W.B, Bradford wrote:
I think you are quite right about Joe Biden's "hands" being the strategic kryptonite right now to take him out of the leadership race. What do you suppose could be employed against the other candidates? It seems to me that Elizabeth Warren has sufficiently made a fool of herself to be knocked out. What might take out the others?
On April 2, 2019 at 4:15 pm, Toby Pilling wrote:
If the 30 'Spartans' in the 'Conservative' party fail to stop Theresa May's Brexit capitulation, who can rescue democracy here in the UK?
On April 2, 2019 at 4:16 pm, Quinn wrote:
For Clubland Q&A:
I saw that New Zealand, which rushed to ban and confiscate legal guns after the recent shooting, boasted a whopping total of 34 guns turned in through its first week of the mandate. As a child of Her Majesty's Dominion, hoping you can give us some insight on the general attitude of the Kiwi's toward guns and this latest gun grab. Seems like they aren't too keen to raise their hands and voluntarily turn their guns over. I would imagine that the average New Zealander aligns more closley with the average American than Europeans or even Brits, when it comes to attitudes on guns.
Kansas City, MO
On April 2, 2019 at 4:18 pm, Deborah McKenzie wrote:
My brother and I had the pleasure of meeting you when you won the first ever George Jonas Courage Award from the Canadian Justice Centre or Constitutional Freedom. I agree with you that Republicans and Conservatives are always giving up ground to the Left because there is never a hill they are willing to die on. I absolutely loved hearing you call Andrew Scheer a "jelly-spined squish!" I was wondering what you think of Maxime Bernier and his new People's Party of Canada? I think it is great to have an actual economic conservative party available to Canadian voters - especially now that the jelly-spined Scheer has unilaterally declared that the Conservative Party of Canada is now a "CENTRIST and pragmatic party." It would be amazing if you interviewed Bernier again. As for Uncle Joe's public displays of affection - I don't think it's sexual but as you say it's a bit presumptive and a bit weird. It's reminiscent of former Canadian Prime Minister John Turner's penchant for patting female bottoms.
On April 2, 2019 at 4:18 pm, Nicola Timmerman wrote:
What I never got about the Russian collusion story was the fact that the Russians spent a few hundred thousand dollars on facebook and had a couple of rallys one supporting Hillary? How was this supposed to influence the election compared to Jeb Bush's millions which had no effect?
On April 2, 2019 at 4:19 pm, Garry from LSD (Lower Slower Delaware) wrote:
A big "Thank you" to Gov. Cuomo for embracing the Socialist dictum "From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs". Oh, wait, late breaking news! In his letter to the Wall Street Journal today (April 2, 2019), he doesn't like the fact that New York state pays out of $36 Billion more in Federal taxes than it receives, while Florida gets $46 Billion more than they paid. Well, all I can is, "Welcome to the party, pal!" I thought he was a big fan of redistribution and not a NIMBY sort-of-chap.
On April 2, 2019 at 4:22 pm, Alain of Nice wrote:
Mark, what is your prediction regarding M. Macron's political future? And how do you see the gilets jaunes movement? I personally am very concerned by the mix of quite antisemitic elements into the protests.
On April 2, 2019 at 4:24 pm, Kate Smyth wrote:
And Alexander Downer. There's something about Mark and Australian foreign ministers...
On April 2, 2019 at 4:28 pm, Scott Schertzer wrote:
Can you please try to explain the Beto O'Rourke phenomenon to me. He comes across as a complete zero intellectually and doesn't possess an once of charisma. I don't get it.
On April 2, 2019 at 4:55 pm, Kate Smyth wrote:
Hi Mark. This is probably for another Q&A, as it's a "One Planet" (rather than Five Eyes) topic.
The recent visits by Pope Francis to Muslim-majority countries appears to exceed the usual "interfaith" outreach; he has actually implored already besieged Catholic minorities not to proselytise. And a landmark inter-religious "Human Fraternity" agreement - co-signed with the highest authority in Sunni Islam - appeals to "architects of international policy and world economy".
Given the UN/ globalist vision of one-world government, and the prominence of the OIC, is the concern about a similar push for "one world religion" well-founded? Is the attempted dissolution of nation states being mirrored by an intentional dissolution of institutional Christianity (quite apart from its decline in the West)?
On April 2, 2019 at 4:56 pm, Lawrence Brennan wrote:
Any comment on the Moslems in Birmingham (or Brum) objecting to sex education in school that also discusses gay sex? Is intetsevtionality showing cracks, or the Moslems now so sure of themselves they can be openly homophobic? Will the "Christian" ministers stand up?
On April 2, 2019 at 4:57 pm, Bryan Hewson wrote:
Have read the great reviews of your good self and Mr miller Mark - any sign of a European / UK tour, and any sign of a European Cruise? Am reluctant to bring up Brexit as the omnishambles of Mrs May degenerates to depth unimaginable with her reach out to Corbyn asking for help to "solve" the Northern Island so called backstop
On April 2, 2019 at 4:57 pm, Bryan Hewson wrote:
Forgot to say thank you very much for your great work and do please keep up the good work and continue to fight the good fight
On April 2, 2019 at 5:01 pm, Joseph Dornisch wrote:
I'll keep asking this until I see it answered - can you explain just exactly how you are an optimist as you claim to be. You certainly seem fairly pessimistic on Western Civilization, Europe, the USA, etc. in most of what you say/write.
On April 2, 2019 at 5:01 pm, Greg Elliston wrote:
Have you been following the case of Caroline Farrow, a Catholic journalist in the United Kingdom who was investigated by police for "misgendering"? The case was eventually dropped but not before a sustained campaign of intimidation and harassment on the part of the British police.
On April 2, 2019 at 5:01 pm, Fran Lavery wrote:
Will we ever see the Mark Steyn Club kick off an annual interactive game show played out on one of the annual cruises, with a televised feed to club members only, so that a few brave volunteers aboard the cruise ship can compete, test their acumen in a number of the specifically Mark Steyn areas of expertise: music, film, politics, Western civilizational decline, literature and peppered with some climate and legal matters?
They could get help transmitted from the other club members who find themselves landlocked or left behind hanging onto floating ice bits for dear life.
On April 2, 2019 at 5:01 pm, Marla from Maine wrote:
Are you at liberty to discuss the latest developments in your various legal cases? An update on the Chronicles of Cockwombling is sort of overdue if you're up to it and it won't inspire another suit.
On April 2, 2019 at 5:02 pm, Stanley R wrote:
Would you please put the "Feline Groovy" cover art on a T-shirt? I'm sure it would be a best-seller and would also help get the word out.
On April 2, 2019 at 5:43 pm, Deborah McKenzie wrote:
Thank you soooo much for reading my question on the air! And thank you so so so much for saying you will do another interview with Maxime Bernier! I love watching your interviews with people because they are so thoughtful and well done!
On April 2, 2019 at 7:34 pm, Andrew A wrote:
You've got it all wrong. Joe Biden wasn't swimming nude in front of female secret service agents. He was wearing swim trunks, but they were made of invisible moral fabric.
That's the whole problem with invisible moral fabric. It looks the same whether it is there or not.
I was working and missed the QA. Maybe next time...
On April 2, 2019 at 7:34 pm, Fran Lavery wrote:
"This also begs the question of what else was done over the years that wasn't filmed - or potentially was filmed yet never shown to hide worse behavior?" Good point, and don't you just feel the awkward pain of the young girl with Biden's hands coming around from behind touching her face. She couldn't have seen that coming. She kept her composure but what discipline it must've demanded that she stand still and cringe inside until his wandering hands went back to where they belonged? Creepy, alright!!
On April 3, 2019 at 6:18 pm, Walt Trimmer wrote:
Maybe there is a commercial tie-in to Disney's new Emperors New Clothes project. You could make a fortune!