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Welcome to the Monday edition of The Mark Steyn Show, in which Mark contrasts the defenestration of Mrs Thatcher with the fixed rigidity of American politics. He also looks back to the peculiar convulsions of the weekend, and to the lessons of Rudy's 2008 presidential campaign. There's also another edition of The Hundred Years Ago Show, with Soviet invasions, Russian regents for Greece, and fake news from West Virginia. Plus homophobic imans, vulnerable strongmen, and your light-orchestral stress-reliever. Click above to listen. For that brave band who prefer Mark on video, he'll be back on the telly this Thanksgiving Eve. If you're minded to stick with non-visual formats, he'll be right here at SteynOnline with tonight's episode of ...

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Steyn's Song of the Week

Georgia on My Mind

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There was a song Ray Charles used to hum in the back of his car on the way to the gig. A few hours later, on the way back from the gig, he'd hum it all over again. The paying customers in between never got to hear the tune, only Ray's chauffeur. "Cat said, 'You hum it so much, why don't you record it?' recalled Charles. "I said, "cause I don't even know the words."' The driver pointed out he could learn them. So he did...

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Mark's Week in Review

A Se'nnight of Steyn, November 16-22

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In case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark

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Shaidle at the Cinema

Now, Voyager

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Kathy Shaidle on the the "Citizen Kane of woman's pictures," Now, Voyager starring Bette Davis...

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The Mark Steyn Show

A Whale of a Tale

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Mark gives an update on the Trump lawyers' campaign, and on the Dominion of Canada's Dominion voting machines, made strictly for export. He also ponders the competing merits of sinister algorithms versus violent transgender mobs. The Brit Wanker Copper of the Day pantheon enlists another antipodean constabulary to its elite ranks, and Steyn answers a very simple question from Mark Zabitz of Pennsylvania. He slouches reluctantly towards W B Yeats, and then goes off in search of something soothing. Plus: Steyn plays Deep Purple..!

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Steyn on Fox

The Decapitator's Veto

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Mark on free speech - and a Christmas tree for 2020

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Laura's Links

Building Back "Better"

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Laura Rosen Cohen on Prime Minister Blackface's attempt at a "Great Reset," Muslim Zionism, and the miracle of life...

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The Mark Steyn Show

Global Domination by Algorithm

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Mark addresses the globalists' increasing confidence that, in one fell swoop, they've seen off Trump, Brexit, and populism worldwide. There's also another edition of The Hundred Years Ago Show, plus the toll of Covid on African strongmen, English serial killers, and Eurovision also-rans...

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Steyn on the Air

Election by Algorithm

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Mark talks to Trump lawyer Sidney Powell as she prepares to release the Kraken

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Steyn on the Air

Liberty vs Lockdown

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Mark and Jon Roskam on the very weird world of 2020

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The War on Free Speech

The Costs of Mann Delay

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Michael E Mann, loser, liar, scofflaw and deadbeat

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Mann vs Steyn

Football and Hockey

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The Corner post that launched a lawsuit...

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A Clubman's Notes

Cozier Than One Might Wish

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Welcome to the latest in our series of audio adventures, Tales for Our Time: This month's pick is P G Wodehouse's early foray into the gangs of New York - Psmith, Journalist. Thank you for your kind words about our opening episodes. Peter, a First Week Founding Member of The Mark Steyn Club from the English Home Counties, writes: Simply wonderful - many thanks (again) Wrt Psmith, Wodehouse based him on Rupert D'Oyly Carte, son of the Gilbert & Sullivan impresario Richard. At Winchester School, Rupert would always be immaculately dressed and, when asked by a Master how he was, Rupert replied 'Sir, I grow thinnah and thinnah'. I'd like to see your parody review from The Independent - is it available? You may enjoy the glorious clip from The ...

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A Clubman's Notes

A Bat for da Boids

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Welcome to Part Two of Psmith, Journalist by P G Wodehouse, our latest audio adventure in Tales for Our Time - and hopefully a respite from the woes of the world, if only for twenty minutes before you lower your lamp. Anne Pinkava, a First Day Founding Member of The Mark Steyn Club from South Dakota, says simply: YES!!! This is my favorite Wodehouse book, and I'm so excited to have it in the Steyn catalogue. Don't get too excited, Anne. Excitement is not yet illegal under the Covid commissars, but Dr Fauci cautions against it. In our opening instalment of Psmith, Journalist, we were introduced to the placid pleasures of the weekly paper Cozy Moments. Visiting from England, Psmith is finding Manhattan rather too cozy and placid, but relief ...

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A Clubman's Notes

An Englishman in New York

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Programming note: On Sunday morning, I'll be joining Will, Jedediah and Pete live across America on "Fox & Friends", just after 9am Eastern/6am Pacific. Hope you'll tune in. For some reason, starting, oh, a fortnight ago, I've received a deluge of emails from Mark Steyn Club members asking me, for our next Tale for Our Time, to eschew anything dark and dystopian and instead give us something cheery and escapist. We already have a few comedic tales in our archive - including Jerome K Jerome's Three Men in a Boat and a certain other fellow's more contemporary The Prisoner of Windsor. But I thought we'd quit messing about and go straight to The Master: P G Wodehouse. If you need a twenty-minute nightly respite from the woes of the world in ...

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The Mark Steyn Weekend Show

Of Sleep and Slough

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An anthology of some favorite Mark Steyn Show poems of recent months, matched to some appropriate musical interludes. From the Fall of Rome and of Constantinople to the joys of sleep, life's rich variety is all here...

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A Clubman's Notes

The Elphbergs - with a Word on the Rassendylls

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For this year's summer entertainment, Mark's contemporary inversion of Anthony Hope's classic The Prisoner of Zenda: The Prisoner of Windsor...

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Steyn's Song of the Week

Avalon - with Carol Welsman and Russell Malone

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A live-performance video edition (the last before the Coronavirus lockdown) featuring two of our favorite guests - singer/pianist Carol Welsman and guitarist Russell Malone, together with the Steyn Show band

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