Last night Mark kept his regular Thursday date on "Tucker Carlson Tonight". The subject was a new study on whether climate science and environmentalism have such a feminine image that insecure men would rather destroy the planet than be associated with it. Seriously:
'Well, I confess I was at first skeptical,' Steyn said. 'If I understand this thesis, my insecurities about my masculinity are causing rising sea levels in the Maldives. And at first I didn't really buy that, but as I think about it, I think in fact it's actually one of the least risible climate science theses of recent years.'
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You can watch the full show with Tucker here.
If you prefer Steyn in less visual formats, he'll be back later today for Mark Steyn Club members with a brand new audio adventure in Tales for Our Time. Tales for Our Time is made possible through the support of members of the Steyn Club, now approaching its second birthday. For more infoirmation on the club, see here.
Earlier this month we officially announced the Second Annual Mark Steyn Club Cruise, following last year's sell-out maiden voyage. On September 4th, we'll be sailing from Vancouver through Alaska's Inside Passage to Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay and Ketchikan. Michele Bachmann and others of our merry crew will be returning for this latest foray, but they'll be joined by Mark's boffo Adorable Deplorable stage-show partner Dennis Miller, so it'll be a unique combination of gags'n'glaciers.
Cabins are going amazingly fast, and, as with most travel plans, the prices are more favorable and the range of accommodations more congenial the earlier you book. For those coming from far afield, Cindy, our cruise manager, can help with flight and hotel bookings: If you'd rather speak in person, it's +1 (770) 952-1959 from overseas; if you're calling from North America, it's 1-800-707-1634. Or you can email your query here.