If you missed our livestream Clubland Q&A, here's the action replay. We came on air just as polls in Israel closed, but it looks as if Netanyahu's party and his rival Benny Gantz's amazingly tied at exactly 35 seats, which, given the available coalition partners, means Bibi will be forming an unprecedented fifth ministry. Unlike Europe and the rest of the west, current Israeli politics are a battle between the right and the center - the once dominant Labor Party of Golda Meir, Rabin and Peres having faded away to an irrelevance.
We touch a little on Jewish issues in this week's show. Other than that, simply click above and settle back for an hour of my answers to questions from Mark Steyn Club members around the planet on debt forgetfulness, Continental cover-ups, woke duchesses, the increasing shortage of hills to die on, and much more. We hope you find it an illuminating and rewarding hour.
Of the many questions I didn't get to, we'll pick up a few extras in the next video edition of Mark's Mailbox. If you're not yet a Steyn Club member, well, we're steaming at full speed toward our second birthday, and, if you're minded to consider signing up, you can find out more info here. And don't forget our Second Annual Mark Steyn Club Cruise, sailing this September from Vancouver to Alaska.
Our latest Tale for Our Time concluded yesterday evening. If you've yet to hear our brace of yarns conjuring the twenty-first century as imagined by Rudyard Kipling, you can have a good old binge-listen here.
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