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A Se'nnight of Steyn, November 20-26

Bookings for our 2023 Mark Steyn Cruise on the Adriatic continue to come in. We're looking forward to seeing many of our Mark Steyn Club members and SteynOnline readers at sea alongside James Golden, Eva Vlaardingerbroek, Leilani Dowding, and other special guests. Get all the details here.

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

~The week began with a continuation of SteynOnline's twentieth birthday observances. By Sunday, we were ready to relive Mark's 2019 thoughts on deep state machinations, including his interview with deep state victim George Papadopoulos.

Video poetry being where the big bucks are, Mark did a reading of Jonathan Swift's "Stella's Birthday."

Mark capped off a busy Sunday by giving a Song of the Week treatment to the Whitney Houston hit that's actually a Dolly Parton song, "I Will Always Love You."

~We got to 2020 in the birthday countdown Monday, prompting a reheat of Mark's contemporary inversion of Anthony Hope's classic The Prisoner of ZendaThe Prisoner of Windsor.

Mark was back on the telly Monday night, kickstarting another week of GB News programmes with Patrick O'Flynn on Tory wreckage, Arlene Foster on the cold peace of Belfast, and James Melville and Christopher Monckton on the House of Lords.

~Tuesday morning began with Mark's comments from 2021 on Rush Limbaugh's death and the hole it left in the American media landscape.

Later on Tuesday, Mark chatted about the UK "Conservatives" with William Clouston, the plans they're making with Lois Perry, a class apart with Dominique Samuels, and a comprehensive failure with Ben Habib.

~The birthday countdown reached the present year Wednesday, so Mark shared his summer special on Victims of the Vaccine.

Wednesday's Mark Steyn Show welcomed David Starkey on Britishness, Kellie-Jay Keen on a call from the coppers, Alexandra Marshall on the dawn of digital identity, and Jamie Jenkins on migrants and mathematics.

~Thursday was Thanksgiving in America and SteynOnline's vaunted twentieth birthday around the world. We marked the occasion with a Thanksgiving audio special.

Laura Rosen Cohen served up a healthy portion of human grace in her links a bit later, as well as some of the usual oddities from around the internet, such as Jewish Christmas songs, Europe's cold winter, and breaking up with the pediatrician.

Mark wrapped up the GB week with a show tackling "family reunification" with Kelvin MacKenzie, dancing to Facebook's tune with Maxwell Harrison, and chats with Leilani Dowding and Toby Young.

~The SteynOnline birthday celebration weekend continued Friday with Mark back at the microphone for a live Clubland Q&A, during which he fielded big picture questions from Mark Steyn Club members around the world about the last two decades.

~Saturday's Hundred Years Ago Show was about eighty years off as Mark focused instead on the headlines of 2002, from the birth of the Department of Homeland Security to vicious royal canines to Michael Jackson's baby livin' off the wall.

Rick McGinnis kept our Saturday night movie date with his take on Vincente Minnelli's Designing Woman, starring Gregory Peck and Lauren Bacall.

A new se'nnight at SteynOnline begins later this morning and continues with a very busy week ahead.

November 27, 2022 at 6:46 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, November 13-19

Bookings for our 2023 Mark Steyn Cruise on the Adriatic continue to come in. We're looking forward to seeing many of our Mark Steyn Club members and SteynOnline readers at sea alongside Michele Bachmann, James Golden, Tal Bachman, and other special guests. Get all the details here.

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

~The week began with a continuation of our countdown to SteynOnline's twentieth birthday. Sunday brought us back to 2012 and Mark's prescient thoughts on the then-ongoing War in Afghanistan.

Mark hosted a special edition of The Mark Steyn Show delving into the Great Reset with author Michael Walsh.

In musical fare, Mark took on a classic as his Song of the Week, serving up an audio special dedicated to "The Way You Look Tonight."

~On Monday, Mark's trawl through the SteynOnline archives brought us the government shutdown that wasn't in 2013.

Mark returned to the GB News airwaves Monday night to talk about Albanophobia with Dominique Samuels, the Johnson family's "national plan" with Lois Perry, media propagandatists with John Watt, and going against the grain with Tonia Buxton.

~Mark reflected on culture's triumph over politics Tuesday with an eight-year old column that could have been written that day, about the right's failure to make a political difference.

That evening, Mark was back on the telly to discuss the rise of the elites with James Melville and migrants with MP Paul Bristow. Mark also tended to the breaking news in Poland with Col. Richard Kemp and Iran with Mahyar Tousi. Samantha Smith also stopped by for a chat about remembrance and desecration.

~We got up to 2015 in the birthday observances Wednesday, the year Donald Trump descended the elevator at Trump Tower. Mark discussed the brief moment in the barren wastes of American politics in which a candidate talked about something real.

Wednesday's Mark Steyn Show tackled colonised curricula with Toby Young, the Remainers vs. the Union with Kate Hoey, escalating to Armageddon with Ben Sixsmith, and being given a death sentence via vaccine mandate with Annette Lewis.

~On Thursday, Mark took us back to his infamous 2016 Munk Debate on migrants alongside Nigel Farage against Louise Arbour and Simon Schama, as part of our twentieth birthday observations.

Laura Rosen Cohen then served up a batch of her famous links, on how China's benefiting from western youth's digital addictions, plus fried chicken for Kristallnacht and remembering Rabbi Jonathan Sacks.

In the evening, Mark closed out the GB week with Leilani Dowding on a very telling vignette of the modern British state, David Starkey on the condition of British "Conservatism", Eva Vlaardingerbroek on the G20's renewed enthusiasm for vaccine passports and digital identity, plus a hotel being scouted out for the migrants.

~On our stroll through twenty years of SteynOnline Friday we wound up in 2017, when The Mark Steyn Club and Tales for Our Time were born. Mark raised a glass to the latter with his thoughts on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Friday afternoon, our in-house Canadian affairs correspondent Andrew Lawton kicked down the studio door and offered up some substitute-guest-host-level excellence in a live Clubland Q&A, fielding questions about the Trump-DeSantis fault line emerging in the conservative movement, Justin Trudeau's Ukrainian virtue signalling, whether truly conservative parties are a thing of the past, and the Muskification of Twitter.

~Saturday's birthday memory was a free speech-themed Mark Steyn Show filmed entirely at sea in 2018 aboard the Mark Steyn Cruise. In this episode, Mark, Andrew, Tal Bachman, and the late Kathy Shaidle discuss the free speech landscape in North America and abroad.

Saturday brought us another edition of The Hundred Years Ago Show, with the latest headlines from 1922, including a new Caliph in Constantinople, an old Pharoah in Luxor, an absent Emperor in the bridal suite and a lot of dead prime ministers in Greece.

Rick McGinnis closed out the week with a double-feature of music movies, The Last Waltz and Urgh! A Music War.

The Hundred Years Ago Show and The Mark Steyn Weekend Show are special productions for The Mark Steyn Club, now in its sixth year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you. And, if you have a chum who's partial to classic poems on video or classic fiction in audio, we also offer a special gift membership.

A new se'nnight at SteynOnline begins later this morning with a special edition of The Mark Steyn Show and continues with a very busy week ahead.

November 20, 2022 at 8:44 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, November 6-12

It's been less than two weeks since we announced the return of the Mark Steyn Cruise. We're delighted to see so many new and returning cruisers sign up to join us on the Adriatic alongside folks like Bo Snerdley, Michele Bachmann, Eva Vlaardingerbroek and John O'Sullivan, and others. You can get all the details here.

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

~The week began with a fiery Song of the Week to mark Guy Fawkes Night: "Light My Fire," first recorded by The Doors.

Mark continued his countdown to SteynOnline's twentieth birthday with an evergreen 2005 column about diversity being the death of nations.

Later Sunday, we shared another Mark Steyn Weekend Show special featuring Yasmine Mohammed on Islam and women.

~Monday's birthday observances brought us back to 2006, the year of America Alone's release, which was the subject of an interview Mark did then with Michelle Malkin for Hot Air.

Monday evening, Mark kicked off another week of telly hosting on GB News, tackling the big topics – such as "climate reparations" – with Lois Perry, Toby Young, Peter Tatchell, and David Starkey.

~On Tuesday, Mark dusted off a prescient 2007 piece about the loss of the war on terror.

On GB News Tuesday night, Mark checked in with Marc Morano live from the Sharm El-Sheikhdown, plus Laurence Fox on open borders, Jasmine Birtles on a bifurcated economy, and Jane Harris on the lockdown generation.

~It was still, somehow, election day by Wednesday, so Mark noted the dwindling hopes of a "red wave" coming to fruition.

Mark also took a look back at his post-2008 election observations, and how little the GOP has learned since.

Wednesday evening's GB News programme welcomed Kelvin MacKenzie and Patrick O'Flynn on migrants, Alexandra Marshall on the politics of climate, and Jamie Jenkins on those pesky "excess deaths."

~The twentieth birthday countdown kicked along Thursday with a pop back to 2009 and the brazen climate hypocrisy on display in the lead-up to the Copenhagen climate conference.

Laura Rosen Cohen served up another batch of links Thursday morning on the red wave that wasn't, Canada's culture of death, and the "joys" of diversity, among other topics.

Mark closed out the GB News week by discussing the latest migrant mayhem with Leilani Dowding, plus Laura Perrins and Marc Morano on COP claptrap, Eva Vlaardingerbroek on choosing justice over amnesty, and David Campbell-Bannerman on selective permission.

~On Armistice Day/Remembrance Day/Veterans Day, Mark shared a 2010 interview with the Hoover Institution's Peter Robinson as part of the lead-up to SteynOnline's twentieth birthday.

Mark hosted another Clubland Q&A Friday, fielding questions from Mark Steyn Club members around the world, mostly on America's rotten election system and related matters.

~The stroll through two decades of SteynOnline continued Saturday with a 2011 look at China's (still ongoing) rise.

Mark hosted another edition of The Hundred Years Ago Show, with the latest headlines (of November 1922), from the exile of an ex-sultan to election irregularities in Michigan to Japanese white privilege.

Finally, Rick McGinnis kept our Saturday night movie date with a screening of Elia Kazan's Wild River.

The Hundred Years Ago Show and The Mark Steyn Weekend Show are special productions for The Mark Steyn Club, now in its sixth year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you. And, if you have a chum who's partial to classic poems on video or classic fiction in audio, we also offer a special gift membership.

A new se'nnight at SteynOnline begins later this morning with a special edition of The Mark Steyn Show and continues with a very busy week ahead.

November 13, 2022 at 6:21 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, October 30-November 5

The Mark Steyn Cruise is back - and with no vax/test requirements whatsoever. If you'd like to see the beautiful Adriatic [see right] in the company of Steyn favorites Bo Snerdley, Michele Bachmann, John O'Sullivan, Alexandra Marshall and Eva Vlaardingerbroek, we hope you'll consider cruising our way.

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

~The week began with a new addition to Steyn's anthology of video poetry, and one all too relevant to our times.

Later Mark's Song of the Week celebrated a magnificent piece of music with what has become a somewhat perilous lyric.

~On Monday morning, Steyn remembered the late Lucianne Goldberg with whom he shared a rollicking couple of hours in the depths of the Monica years.

A new week of the Steyn Show began with Mark detecting a Monday metaphor in an artistic upending. Click below to watch:

To see the rest of the show, including Kelvin MacKenzie on migrants, Eva Vlaardingerbroek on the end of money, David Starkey on post-democracy, and David Starkey on jabbed kids, please click here.

~On Tuesday, the old EIB band - Snerdley & Steyn - got back together at 77 WABC New York to discuss minor matters such as hammer-wielding Canadian nudists but also the big news of Mr Snerdley's debut on the Mark Steyn Cruise. You can hear the full discussion here - and watch some earlier thoughts from Mark on political violence.

Tuesday's Steyn Show included Maggie Oliver on the shocking betrayal of white working-class girls in towns all over England:

To see the rest of the show, including Toby Young and Jamie Jenkins on migrants, and Kate Hoey on the EU's bad faith, please click here.

~On Wednesday, in celebration of SteynOnline's twentieth birthday, we began a two-decade stroll through the archives with "My Sharia Amour".

The midweek Mark Steyn Show featured more on migrants, the west's birth dearth, the COP-27 climate beano and rule by experts:

~On Thursday's Steyn Show, Mark addressed "the longest recession since the 1920s", the Manchester bombing report, the attempted assassination of Imran Khan, and Bev Turner's pushback against the propagandists of Covidstan:

Also on Thursday Laura's Links rounded up the Internet and included a stirring rejection of proposed Covid "amnesties".

~On Friday our celebration of SteynOnline's first twenty years reached 2003, and a mysterious virus out of China.

Later Mark hosted another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet on various aspects of our disintegrating world. You can listen to the full show here.

~On Saturday our twentieth-birthday celebration got to 2004, and the obsession of the age (climate) met an obsession of Mark's (demography).

For his weekend movie date, Rick McGinnis opted for the newest version of a classic - All Quiet on the Western Front.

Also on Saturday, Mark offered his weekly sense of perspective in The Hundred Years Ago Show, with a sobering moment from Boris Johnson's family tree.

The Hundred Years Ago Show and Steyn's Sunday Poem are special productions for The Mark Steyn Club, now in its sixth year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you. And, if you have a chum who's partial to classic poems on video or classic fiction in audio, we also offer a special gift membership.

A new se'nnight at SteynOnline begins later this morning with a special edition of The Mark Steyn Show and continues with a very busy week ahead.

November 6, 2022 at 5:31 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, October 23-29

Programming note: Later this morning at SteynOnline, Mark will have a brand new entry to his anthology of Steyn's Sunday Poems - because, as he always says, video poetry is where the big bucks are. That will be followed by a brand new Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio Sunday at 5.30pm London time - which is (for one week only) 1.30pm Eastern. You can listen to the latter show from anywhere on the planet by clicking the button at top right here.

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

~The week began with a Steyn Show special edition featuring an in-depth conversation with Andrew Lawton about the inspirational Canadian truckers and Trudeau's revenge upon them.

Later Mark's Song of the Week celebrated an unforgettable song from a highly forgettable film.

~On Monday, a new week of the Steyn Show began with Britain's third prime minister of the last two months. Toby Young and Patrick O'Flynn were on hand to discuss, while vax victim Vikki Spit returned to the show to note a telling difference in the treatment of Liz Truss and those killed and crippled by the Covid vaccines. Sir Christopher Chope gave us his take, and we rounded out the hour with Yasmine Mohammed on the industrial-scale child gang-rape of English girls up and down the land. Click below to watch:

~Tuesday's Steyn Show began with James Melville on whether Rishi Sunak is well-placed to fix all the mistakes of, er, Rishi Sunak:

To see the rest of the show, including Dominique Samuels on migrants, Eva Vlaardingerbroek on digital currency, and an English schoolteacher at odds with Big Trans, please click here.

Also on Tuesday, the old EIB band - Snerdley & Steyn - got back together at 77 WABC New York to mull alleged Administration concerns about America's "election infrastructure". You can hear the full discussion here.

~Wednesday's Mark Steyn Show started with a disturbing development in our betters' plans to eliminate individual modes of transportation:

To hear the rest of Lois Perry's thoughts, plus Jamie Jenkins on the cost of living, Michael Walsh on the Great Reset and Alexandra Marshall on a shift in the narrative, please click here.

~On Thursday's Steyn Show, Telford survivor Samantha Smith considered England's indifference to its "grooming gangs". Leilani Dowding and Mark Sharman covered the accelerating obliteration of free speech, and Lionel Shriver rounded out the hour with the rotting of money:

Also on Thursday Laura's Links rounded up the Internet from canceling Kanye to facilitating Fetterman.

~On Friday Mark hosted another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet on the perversion of government around the west - plus a brace of TV theme tunes. You can listen to the full show here.

~For his weekend movie date, Rick McGinnis opted for Seventies primetime chills with The Night Stalker.

Also on Saturday, Mark offered his weekly sense of perspective in The Hundred Years Ago Show.

The Hundred Years Ago Show and our Clubland Q&A are special productions for The Mark Steyn Club, now in its sixth year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you. And, if you have a chum who's partial to classic poems on video or classic fiction in audio, we also offer a special gift membership.

A new se'nnight at SteynOnline begins later this morning with our aforementioned Sunday Poem and continues with a very busy week ahead.

October 30, 2022 at 6:52 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, October 16-22

Programming note: Later this morning at SteynOnline, Mark will have a special edition of The Mark Steyn Show, followed by a brand new Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio Sunday at 5.30pm London time - that's 12.30pm North American Eastern. You can listen to the latter show from anywhere on the planet by clicking the button at top right here.

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

~The week began with a Steyn Show special edition featuring an in-depth conversation with Naomi Wolf on Covid and control.

Later Mark's Song of the Week found him in autumnal mood.

~On Monday, a new week of the Steyn Show began with a heavyweight line-up on yet another debacle in Britain's governing party. Patrick O'Flynn, Toby Young, David Starkey and John O'Sullivan joined Mark to discuss Liz's trussing, while Eva Vlaardingerbroek reminded us of the hell that incubates in the void of western leadership. Click below to watch:

~Tuesday's Steyn Show began with a suggestion from Mark as to how the Tories might win the next election, followed by Dominique Samuels on the absolute evil that stalks the land under cover of "diversity":

To see the rest of the show, including a killer climate-change segment with Marc Morano and Christopher Monckton (the new Tony Curtis and Roger Moore), please click here.

Also on Tuesday, the old EIB band - Snerdley & Steyn - got back together at 77 WABC New York to mull subtle distinctions in the calls for American political civility. You can hear the full discussion here.

~Wednesday's Mark Steyn Show closed out another day of political madness with Baroness Foster, Kathy Gyngell and Harvey Proctor, plus Jamie Jenkins with some sharp insights into the IMF's intervention into UK domestic politics. We ended the show with Alexandra Marshall on what the guys who gave us the Wuhan virus are cooking up next:

You can see the full show here.

~On Thursday, Liz Truss threw in the towel and became the shortest-serving prime minister in British history. Mark covered the day's events with Kate Hoey, Christopher Chope, Ken Livingstone, Lois Perry, James Melville and Leilani Dowding:

Also on Thursday Laura's Links rounded up the Internet and what she regards as merely the tip of the evil iceberg.

~On Friday Mark hosted another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet on the flight from normality around the west - plus, by popular demand, the return of the Durham Report. You can listen to the full show here.

~For his weekend movie date, Rick McGinnis opted for pre-Halloween chills with Deborah Kerr in The Innocents.

Also on Saturday, Mark offered his weekly sense of perspective in The Hundred Years Ago Show.

The Hundred Years Ago Show and our Clubland Q&A are special productions for The Mark Steyn Club, now in its sixth year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you. And, if you have a chum who's partial to classic poems on video or classic fiction in audio, we also offer a special gift membership.

A new week at SteynOnline begins later this morning with a special edition of The Mark Steyn Show.

October 23, 2022 at 6:53 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, October 9-15

Programming note: Later this morning at SteynOnline, Mark will have a special edition of The Mark Steyn Show, followed by a brand new Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio Sunday at 5.30pm London time - that's 12.30pm North American Eastern. You can listen to the latter show from anywhere on the planet by clicking the button at top right here.

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

~The week began with a Steyn Show special edition featuring an in-depth conversation with Marc Morano on The Great Reset.

Later Mark shared some songs for the storm-tossed Carolinas.

~On Columbus Day/Canadian Thanksgiving Steyn did his best to get in the holiday spirit despite all the statue-toppling and historical erasure.

Also on Monday, a new week of the Steyn Show began with Mark's take on the barrage of "asylum-seekers", followed by Eva Vlaardingerbroek on the war on farming, Toby Young on PayPal's plans to steal your money, Mahyar Tousi on the Iranian insurgents, and David Starkey on whether Donald Trump is the new Earl of Oxford. Click below to watch:

~Tuesday's Steyn Show found Mark doing the first interview with Dutch Member of the European Parliament Rob Roos on the damaging admission he extracted from Pfizer's President of Vaccines:

To see the rest of the segment, plus the breeziness of nuclear chit-chat, the political consequences of demographic decline, and legislators who prefer the EU to their own national sovereignty, please click here.

Also on Tuesday, the old EIB band - Snerdley & Steyn - got back together at 77 WABC New York to mull America's woke and increasingly worthless institutions. You can hear the full discussion here.

~Wednesday brought the news that the heavy-handed UK state regulator, Michael Grade's OffComm, had opened yet another investigation into The Mark Steyn Show. Naomi Wolf joined Steve Bannon on his War Room show to discuss, and made the important point that, for OffComm, truth is no defense - because what matters is whether the truth is "harmful":

Later, on that evening's Mark Steyn Show, Mark tried, unsuccessfully, to avoid the subject of OffComm. However, Jasmine Birtles was on hand to ponder the state of the economy, while Dr Aseem Malhotra and Jamie Jenkins fact-checked the "fact-checkers", and Alexandra Marshall and Andrew Lawton tried hard to hold on to their money:

~On Thursday's Steyn Show, in the wake of the latest appalling case out of Bradford, Mark and Harriet Sergeant shared their thoughts on passing off Pakistani Muslim child-rapists as "Asian grooming gangs":

Among Steyn's other guests were Alex de Koning of Stop Oil Now, Leilani Dowding on Full Fact's diversification into joke-checking, and vax victim Jules Serkin on a revealing encounter with her doctor. You can watch the full show here.

Also on Thursday Laura's Links rounded up the Internet from Canada's culture of death to high-tax bovine flatulence.

~On Friday Mark hosted another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet on the deteriorating scene from the Beltway to Britain, Davos to the Donbass. You can listen to the full show here.

~For his weekend movie date, Rick McGinnis went hustling through the Seventies.

Also on Saturday, Mark offered his weekly sense of perspective in The Hundred Years Ago Show.

The Hundred Years Ago Show and our Clubland Q&A are special productions for The Mark Steyn Club, now in its sixth year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you. And, if you have a chum who's partial to classic poems on video or classic fiction in audio, we also offer a special gift membership.

A new week at SteynOnline begins later this morning with a special edition of The Mark Steyn Show.

October 16, 2022 at 7:25 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, October 2-8

Happy Canadian Thanksgiving/Columbus Day weekend to our readers north and south of the border. Today at SteynOnline, Mark will have a special (non-holiday) edition of The Mark Steyn Show later this morning, followed by a brand new Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio Sunday at 5.30pm London time - that's 12.30pm North American Eastern. You can listen to the latter show from anywhere on the planet by clicking the button at top right here.

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

~The week began with Fascists on the streets of Italy and songs for a storm-battered Florida.

~On Monday Mark began a new week of the Steyn Show with historian David Starkey on rightists who govern as leftists. Click below to watch:

To see the rest of Dr Starkey's interview with Mark, plus the appalling treatment of vaccine victims, the pilot program for the new global diet and much more, please click here.

~Tuesday's Steyn Show started with Mark interviewing the latest victim of Britain's woeful constabulary, and moved on to talk open borders with Alex Kaschuta, the ever widening vax scandal with Naomi Wolf, and craven Brexiteers with Kate Hoey:

Also on Tuesday the old EIB band - Snerdley & Steyn - got back together at 77 WABC New York to mull Kanye West and the shirt heard round the world. You can hear the full discussion here.

~On Wednesday's Mark Steyn Show, Mark looked at the fragility of civilisation. Plus Samantha Smith on Muslim grooming gangs, Alexandra Marshall on a woke monarchy, and Jamie Jenkins on the looming abolition of the internal combustion engine:

~Thursday's Steyn Show began with Mark's thoughts on "disinformation", from California to the Kremlin:

Afterwards Mark talked migrants and muggers, the links between a transgender children's charity and a paedophile rights organisation, and a peer-reviewed paper with some disturbing findings. You can watch the full show here.

Also on Thursday Laura's Links rounded up the Internet from the humiliation of leftie lies to the wimpiness of Marvel's superhero comics.

~On Friday Mark hosted another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet on the deteriorating scene from the Beltway to the Baltic. You can listen to the full show here.

~For his weekend movie date, Rick McGinnis picked Randolph Scott in Ride Lonesome.

Also on Saturday, Mark offered his weekly sense of perspective in The Hundred Years Ago Show.

The Hundred Years Ago Show and our Clubland Q&A are special productions for The Mark Steyn Club, now in its sixth year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you. And, if you have a chum who's partial to classic poems on video or classic fiction in audio, we also offer a special gift membership.

A new week at SteynOnline begins later this morning with a special edition of The Mark Steyn Show.

October 9, 2022 at 6:59 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, September 25-October 1

Programming note: Mark will have a brand new edition of Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio Sunday at 5.30pm London time - that's 12.30pm North American Eastern. You can listen to the show from anywhere on the planet by clicking the button at top right here.

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

~The week began with a Song of the Week that is, alas, all too topical.

~On Monday Steyn saluted a great warrior in the cause of truth in climate science, Dr Tim Ball. It was our most read piece of the week.

Tim was sued by the litigious and thin-skinned global warm-monger Michael E Mann. Doctor Deadbeat lost the case but refused to pay Ball's seven-figure legal fees, as ordered to do so by the British Columbia Supreme Court. As a result, Tim's family requires some assistance with the costs of his modest burial. You can find more details here. He was an indomitable spirit, hounded to the grave by the disgusting Mann.

Later on Monday, the week's first edition of The Mark Steyn Show found Mark discussing with historian David Starkey the pursuit of entirely mythical "universal values". Click below to watch:

Also on Monday's show were Anne-Élisabeth Moutet on the new Italian prime minister, and a trio of doctors calling for an end to Covid vaccines for children. You can watch the full hour here.

~Tuesday's Steyn Show started with toxic gas bubbles in the Baltic, and moved on to talk immigration with Eva Vlaardingerbroek and Harvey Proctor, a Gates-Clinton-Xi deal with Natalie Winters, and a Covid-compliant media with Mark Sharman:

Also on Tuesday the old EIB band - Snerdley & Steyn - got back together at 77 WABC New York to mull various subjects from, um, Rachel Dolezal naked to, er, a very particular kind of, ah, prosthesis. You can hear the full discussion here.

~On Wednesday The Mark Steyn Show looked at various aspects of "The Great Reset" with the author of a brand new book on the subject, Marc Morano:

Also on the show were James Melville on the Nord Stream pipelines, Alexandra Marshall on Giorgia Meloni, and Jamie Jenkins on a very fatal August. You can watch the full hour here.

~Thursday's Steyn Show began with Kamala in Korea, followed by Leilani Dowding on an escalating war, Dr Joseph Fraiman on some truly astonishing numbers on the Covid vaccines, and Toby Young on his victory over the totalitarian goons at PayPal:

Also on Thursday Laura's Links rounded up the Internet from the end of Canada's Covid regime to a fetishised view of womanhood.

~On Friday Mark hosted another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet on a variety of topics from the Nord Stream knockout to a song for the end of the world. You can listen to the full show here.

~For his Saturday movie date, Rick McGinnis picked a Preston Sturges political satire, The Great McGinty.

Due to some last-minute weekend travel, Mark's weekly sense of perspective in The Hundred Years Ago Show will air later today.

The Hundred Years Ago Show and our Clubland Q&A are special productions for The Mark Steyn Club, now in its sixth year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you. And, if you have a chum who's partial to classic poems on video or classic fiction in audio, we also offer a special gift membership.

A new week at SteynOnline begins this afternoon with our Song of the Week.

October 2, 2022 at 7:12 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, September 18-24

Programming note: A new week of The Mark Steyn Show begins on GB News Monday at 8pm British Summer Time/3pm North American Eastern. You can watch from almost anywhere on the planet right here.

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

~The week began with a brand new entry to Steyn's anthology of video poetry - in this case by the Queen's first poet laureate.

Later on Sunday, Steyn's Song of the Week found Mark in an elegaic mood.

~On the day of the Queen's funeral, Steyn presented a special edition of The Mark Steyn Show with historian Helen Rappaport examining the contrasting fates of Europe's royal houses.

~On Tuesday the old EIB band - Snerdley & Steyn - got back together on 77 WABC New York to mull events on both sides of the Atlantic, from Biden at the back to Venezuelans at the Vineyard. You can hear the full discussion here.

~On Wednesday Mark's Midweek Notebook looked at various aspects of the degeneration of the west. It was our most read piece of the week.

~On Thursday Laura's Links rounded up the Internet from peak trans to vaxed kids.

~On Friday Mark hosted another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet on a variety of topics from the globalist conspiracy to what a fool believes. You can listen to the full show here.

~For his weekend movie date, Rick McGinnis picked a boyhood favorite, Lindsay Anderson's public-school classic If.

Also on Saturday Steyn offered his weekly sense of perspective in The Hundred Years Ago Show.

Steyn's Sunday Poem and our Steyn Show Specials are special productions for The Mark Steyn Club, now in its sixth year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you. And, if you have a chum who's partial to classic poems on video or classic fiction in audio, we also offer a special gift membership.

A new week at SteynOnline begins this afternoon with our Song of the Week.

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