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A Se'nnight of Steyn, May 22-28

To all our American readers, Happy Memorial Day weekend. We shall have some words and music appropriate to the occasion later today. To all our Canadian readers, there was a surprise finish to the world's longest party leadership contest, as Mark reported last night.

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

~The week began with the President overseas and discoursing on Islamic terrorism, prompting Mark to make a few observations on scripted remarks and Trumpism. Steyn's thesis was not persuasive to The New York Times' Ross Douthat.

~Our Monday morning Song of the Week celebrated one of the great landmark movie songs: "Over The Rainbow." We could all use a place "where troubles melt like lemon drops". Instead, a few hours later, at another musical event by another young singer, this week's Islamic barbarian slaughtered 22 concertgoers and wounded dozens more.

~Mark's Tuesday column on the bloodbath in Manchester was our most-read piece of the week: "'Dangerous Woman' Meets Dangerous Man." Later that day, he discussed the Orwellian inversion of language and other reactions to the carnage with Evan Solomon on CFRA.

~Wednesday's SteynPost was a special edition of Mark's Mailbox rounding up a few letters from Founding Members of The Mark Steyn Club he didn't get to in our live-across-the-globe Clubland Q&A session. Mark covered everything from Donald Trump to Oliver Twist. Click below to watch:

~Thursday's Mark Steyn Show featured a full-length interview with poet and Muslim reformer Raheel Raza. But Muslim reform seemed as remote and unrealistic as ever later that day when Mark joined Nigel Farage to consider some of the more disturbing aspects of events in Manchester with Tucker Carlson on Fox News. Click below to watch:

~On Friday Steyn checked in with Cheryl Casone on Fox Business to consider the now traditional pre-Ramadan carnival of killing - as well as Nancy Pelosi's A-Z of foreign policy.

~The week ended with the final episode of the first of Mark's serialized Tales for Our Time. Conan Doyle's The Tragedy of the Korosko concluded with the sheepskin on the sand. If you're a Founding Member of The Mark Steyn Club and playing catch-up on our nightly radio thriller, you can hear all fifteen episodes here. There'll be a brand new Tale for Our Time starting in June.

~Mark's weekend column brought breaking news: Steyn's long campaign to decriminalize Kinder Eggs in America has resulted in a hollow victory. Our Saturday movie date saluted the definitive Saint and a boffo Bond: the nimble-eyebrowed Roger Moore.

~As you may have discerned above, Mark now offers Founder Membership in The Mark Steyn Club, which comes with various benefits. Don't worry, none of our regular content is being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are providing Club founders with a few extras, such as the aforementioned Tales for Our Time and Clubland Q&A. The enrollment period for Founder Membership ends this Wednesday, May 31st. So, if you're considering signing up, don't leave it too long.

Those who subscribe to this weekly digest via our SteynOnline mailing list are automatically conscripted into The Mark Steyn Club, free of charge, as Basic Members - which admittedly sounds a bit dragged-down-the-aisle-from-coach-class on United, but it does entitle you to special Member Prices at the SteynOnline bookstore. Or you can upgrade to Founder Membership here.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with a song for the season - and some thoughts for Memorial Day. And listen for Mark back on the radio later this week.

May 28, 2017 at 7:25 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, May 15-21

To all our Canadian readers, Happy Victoria Day weekend. We have a film about Queen Victoria's wild side, and, for Founding Members of The Mark Steyn Club, a rollicking Victorian adventure written at the time of Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee in 1897 and narrated by Mark.

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

~The week began with another magazine editor falling victim to "cultural appropriation". Mark looked at the relentless march of the Shut-Up crowd.

~Our Monday morning Song of the Week celebrated an Abba Eurovision classic, with a little bit of a history lesson in it.

~Tuesday's SteynPost addressed a paradox of our time: In the absence of a security perimeter at the border, we now have to have a security perimeter around everything inside the border. Click below to watch:

~By Wednesday the American media's hamster wheel was spinning more furiously than ever. Mark's midweek column contrasted the "news" that we cover ceaselessly with the stories that never make the papers.

~On Thursday Steyn considered the further descent into barbarism of the social-justice left - the poisoning of Robert Spencer after his speaking engagement in Reykjavik.

~On Friday Mark remembered the late Roger Ailes, founder of Fox News. Later that day he appeared on one of the shows Ailes created - "Varney & Co" on Fox Business - to talk about Trump and a dysfunctional Washington. Click below to watch:

~On Saturday a brand new edition of The Mark Steyn Weekend Show found Mark in conversation on war, politics and culture with the Hollywood screenwriter Lionel Chetwynd. Click below to watch:

~As noted above, Mark now offers membership in The Mark Steyn Club, which comes with various benefits. Don't worry, none of our regular content is being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are providing Club founders with a few extras, such as our first live Clubland Question Time, in which Mark answered queries from members around the planet on not just the big doom'n'gloom stuff but everything from the Beatles to babysitting. You can read the questions, and Mark's answers, in full here. We'll have another round in the days ahead.

Those who subscribe to this weekly digest via our SteynOnline mailing list are automatically enrolled in The Mark Steyn Club, free of charge, as Basic Members - which admittedly sounds a bit dragged-down-the-aisle-from-coach-class on United, but it does entitle you to special Member Prices at the SteynOnline bookstore. Or you can upgrade to Founder Membership here.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week - and the latest episode of Mark's Tale for Our Time.

May 21, 2017 at 7:26 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, May 8-14

Happy Mother's Day to all the moms, mums, mas and maters among our readers. Mark has some songs for the season.

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

~The week began with the launch of Emmanuel Macron's presidency and the launch of The Mark Steyn Club. We like to think the latter will prove more consequential for the world. For details on our new club, see here. As for how it impacts Se'nnight of Steyn subscribers, scroll down.

~As for the French election, the Monday morning after the landslide before found Mark pondering the barrenness of Eurocrats. Steyn marked the occasion with a suitably Gallicly elegaic Song of the Week; Paris celebrated with a terror alert at the Gare du Nord.

~On Tuesday, President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. Mark marveled at the Democrat-media whiplash in what became our most read piece of the week.

~Wednesday's SteynPost examined what may well be the most important graph of our time. In other midweek media appearances, Mark joined John Oakley on Toronto's AM640 to consider whether Justin Trudeau's cardboard cutout is better suited to attend G7 summits, as well as the state of late-night comedy in the age of Trump. Click below to listen:

~Thursday's Mark Steyn Show featured a full-length interview with Australia's second longest-serving prime minister, The Hon John Howard, OM, AC. Click below to watch:

Speaking of Oz, there's plenty to savor in this profile of Steyn in the indispensable magazine Quadrant. Mark and John Bloom chew over both the Big Picture and life's small pleasures.

~As noted above, this week we launched The Mark Steyn Club with various benefits. Don't worry, none of our regular content is being paywalled, or anything like that. But we are offering Club members a few extras, including this weekend the launch of our series of audio adventures, Tales for Our Time. As Marian Booker commented after the first episode:

This Tales for Our Time is a wonderful idea. I'm enjoying it very much. Can't wait for the next installment!

Thank you, Marian. Much appreciated. There'll be a new episode tonight.

~For our Saturday movie date we went shagadelic, baby, as Steyn marked the 20th anniversary of Austin Powers.

Those who subscribe to this weekly digest via our SteynOnline mailing list are automatically enrolled in The Mark Steyn Club, free of charge, as Basic Members - which admittedly sounds a bit dragged-down-the-aisle-from-coach-class on United, but it does entitle you to special Member Prices at the SteynOnline bookstore. Or you can upgrade to Founder Membership here. William Tomlinson is enjoying it:

Thank you so much for giving us the honor of being a founding member of the Mark Steyn Club. We dearly love your work, Mark, and consider you as fine a friend as we might have.

It's you we should thank. Mark has been very touched to hear from so many old friends and loyal readers, some of whom go back to the National Post and Speccie days.

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

May 14, 2017 at 8:23 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, May 1-7

Happy Presidential Election grand finale to all our French readers. If you're wondering what Steyn makes of it, well, he's been here before. He'll have more to say as the results roll in. In a more congenially francocentric mode, Mark celebrated a favorite French movie.

Yesterday Steyn launched The Mark Steyn Club. For details on that, see here. As for how it impacts Se'nnight of Steyn subscribers, scroll down.

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

~The week began with a brand new live-performance edition of Steyn's Song of the Week, featuring Mark's presentation of a twelve-time Grammy-winner with a primer in the blues. Click below to watch:

~On Monday, Steyn looked at the state of play in Britain's forthcoming general election. It was our most-read piece of the week.

~Tuesday's SteynPost considered "The Politicization of Everything". Click below to watch:

~On Wednesday Mark joined Marie Harf for the full hour of a brand new TV show - "The Fox News Specialists", with Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf and Eboni K Williams. Click here for some video highlights, and here for the transcript.

~On Thursday Buckingham Palace announced a kind of semi-retirement for the hardworking nonagenarian Duke of Edinburgh starting in the fall. Steyn shared a few memories of a long-serving consort.

~It was a busy week for Mark on television and radio, culminating on Friday in a full three hours behind the Golden EIB Microphone. On TV he was in-studio with Tucker Carlson to mull some of the livelier examples of airline "customer service".

~For a weekend reading treat, Australian readers and others around the world enjoyed Quadrant's full-length in-depth interview of Steyn by John Bloom: "Mark Steyn, Cole Porter and Freedom of Speech."

As noted above, The Mark Steyn Club launched this weekend with various benefits. Those who subscribe to this weekly digest via our SteynOnline mailing list are automatically enrolled, free of charge, as Basic Members, which sounds a bit dragged-down-the-aisle-from-coach-class on United, but it does entitle you to special Member Prices at the SteynOnline bookstore. Or you can upgrade to Founder Membership here.

Steyn has a new project in the works - on some of the workings of the American "college-loan industry", and especially so-called PLUS loans sold direct to parents. If you have any experiences to share, do drop Mark a line. Confidentiality will be respected.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with an appropriately Gallic Song of the Week - and later this week, for Mark Steyn Club members, Part One of a rollicking, ripping yarn.

May 7, 2017 at 7:18 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, April 24-30

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

~The week began with the first round of the French presidential election. Steyn analyzed what's to come in a final showdown between both of the neither-of-the-above candidates. It was our most read piece of the week.

~On Monday, in honor of Sultan Erdo─čan's victory in the Turkish referendum, Mark's Song of the Week celebrated a famous number about earlier seismic change in the country: "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)."

~On Tuesday Steyn did double-duty on "Varney & Co" at Fox Business, talking Canadian lumber and free speech. In the wake of the cancellation of Ann Coulter's appearance at Berkeley, Mark, who has a long history with this subject, noted that we've been here before.

~Wednesday's SteynPost confronted one of the grimmest but most important subjects of our time - a world without work and death by despair: "What if there's no next?" Click below to watch:

~It's one hundred days since President Trump's inauguration. On Thursday The Mark Steyn Show offered a chance to see how his and Michele Bachmann's preview of forthcoming attractions had held up. Click below to watch:

~Kim Jong-Un's provocations continued. On Friday Steyn checked in with Neil Cavuto to marvel at how, in modern geopolitics, poverty is no obstacle to being a nuclear power.

~In observance of the thirtieth anniversary of a landmark bestseller, Mark's Saturday essay ruminated on pop and culture.

~From the Steyn archives, our weekend movie date presented Mark's interview with Celeste Holm, star of High Society and Gentlemen's Agreement, on what would have been her hundredth birthday.

And as a new month begins a special treat for Australian readers and others around the world: The May issue of Quadrant features an in-depth interview of Steyn by John Bloom: "Mark Steyn, Cole Porter and Freedom of Speech."

Some readers have asked us for an update on our dispute with CRTV. Well, it was Paul Kullman, Mark's former employee, who organized the conspiracy with Mike Young to shut down the show and lock Steyn out of his studio. It turns out he was a fugitive from justice throughout his entire employment on The Mark Steyn Show. Yesterday he was arrested and jailed in Williston, Vermont.

On an unrelated subject, Steyn has a new project in the works - on some of the workings of the amazingly lucrative American "college-loan industry", and especially so-called PLUS loans sold direct to parents. If you've had one sitting on your books for a decade or three, do drop Mark a line. Confidentiality will be respected.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with a brand new live-performance edition of Mark's Song of the Week starring a twelve-time Grammy winner - and, if Steyn on camera makes you a little queasy, the good news is that in the se'nnight ahead he'll be back on radio!

And stay tuned for an exciting announcement for longtime SteynOnline readers...

April 30, 2017 at 7:30 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, April 17-23

To all our French readers, Happy Presidential Election Round One! For his weekend column, Mark contemplated today's vote in light of Thursday's terrorist attack - and also reprised a pertinent and (as it turned out) final appearance with Bill O'Reilly on "The O'Reilly Factor". He will have more to say about France and its next president in the days ahead.

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

~The week began with our Song of the Week and a 50th birthday celebration of a Bacharach & David classic: "The Look of Love."

~On Monday Mark analyzed Erdo─čan's victory in the Turkish referendum and concluded that, yet again, demography is destiny. It was our most read piece of the week.

~On Tuesday Theresa May announced a June general election in the United Kingdom. Steyn joined Trish Regan and Ashley Webster on Fox Business to consider the lie of the land.

~Wednesday's SteynPost found Mark reflecting on constitutions and culture, pizza and kebab.

~On Thursday Steyn swung by Tucker Carlson's show on Fox News to discuss the weaselly university administrators' increasing use of "security concerns" to prevent dissenting voices from speaking on campus. Click below to watch:

~On Friday The Mark Steyn Weekend Show welcomed bestselling author Andrew Klavan for a discussion on the intersection of culture and politics, and presented the Klezmer Conservatory Band's live performance of Mark's favorite Leonard Cohen song. Click below to watch:

~For our Saturday movie date Steyn marked the 50th anniversary of The Graduate: Here's to formal modes of address, Mrs Robinson.

Mark has a new project he's working on - about various aspects of the highly lucrative American "college-loan industry", and especially so-called PLUS loans sold direct to parents. If you've been on the receiving end of a student-loan salesman's blandishments, do shoot Steyn an email. Confidentiality will be respected.

Over at our YouTube channel, a commenter writes:

Wow, I had no idea Mark Steins [sic] "Cat Album" was a real thing. And, wait, what? It's actually GOOD? Like, really good!? How am I just finding out about this now?´╗┐

We're not sure why anyone hearing a guy promoting his "cat album" would assume it was not "a real thing". But in this case it most certainly is. Feline Groovy: Songs for Swingin' Cats, dedicated to Steyn's own beloved cat Marvin, has lots of five-star reviews at Amazon, and is available on CD - or, for instant gratification, via digital download from Amazon or iTunes.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with Mark's Song of the Week - and with Steyn's appearance on "Fox & Friends" bright and early tomorrow morning, Monday, just after 7am Eastern.

April 23, 2017 at 6:51 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, April 10-16

Happy Easter and/or Passover. On this Easter morn, we have a movie on the meaning and a song for the season. More somberly, in the wake of the Palm Sunday massacre in Egypt, Mark writes about the ongoing war on Christians: it's our most-read piece of the week.

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

~The week began with Mark joining Jesse Watters on Fox News to ponder the latest theories on Trump and Putin, Syria and Russia.

~Our Song of the Week featured a musical first: a great Canadian performer singing a classic Canadian song that he's never sung before. Click below to watch:

~Wednesday was the 100th anniversary of a great Canadian victory at Vimy Ridge. In a brand new SteynPost, Mark considered the gulf between then and now - and the long shadows of the Great War. Click below to watch:

~Thursday's Mark Steyn Show presented an in-depth interview with a beleaguered professor, Jordan Peterson, fighting for his life over transgender pronouns, free speech, and politically correct totalitarianism. Click below to watch:

~Friday marked the centenary of the birth of Valerie Hobson, Bride of Frankenstein (the aristocrat, that is, who created the monster), bride of a more urbane monster-turned-aristocrat in Kind Hearts and Coronets, and finally the long-suffering wife of the man at the heart of Britain's most famous sex scandal.

~Mark ended the week on the radio with CFRA's Evan Solomon talking US foreign policy in the age of Trump and the nuclearization of psycho states.

Steyn has a new project he's working on - about various aspects of the highly lucrative American "student-loan industry", and especially so-called PLUS loans marketed direct to parents. If you've any interesting experiences, do shoot him an email. Confidentiality will be respected.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with Mark's Song of the Week - and look and listen for Steyn on the airwaves as the week proceeds.

April 16, 2017 at 6:27 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, April 3-9

On this one hundredth anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:

It was a fast-moving week for news, beginning with the latest development in the Beltway fever swamp about Russian "hacking" and ending with Trump bombing Russia's principal Middle East client. Steyn discussed the former issue with Tucker Carlson on his highly successful primetime show, following the revelation that Obama's National Security Advisor had spent a year "wiretapping" Trump and his associates. Click below to watch:

On the latter, Mark turned up on the morning after the bombing raid before to analyze the Syrian attack on "Fox & Friends". Click below to watch:

Otherwise, the week found Steyn in elegaic mood, starting with our Song of the Week. After the Westminster Bridge terrorist murders, the Brexit trigger, and Dame Vera Lynn's hundredth birthday, Mark found himself wondering whether "There'll Always Be An England".

~On Monday Ayaan Hirsi Ali canceled her tour of Australia for "security reasons". Steyn considered the state of free speech in a world of Islamic intimidation and western appeasement. It was our most read piece of the week: "The Big Shut-Up."

~Tuesday's SteynPost featured Mark on pomp and permanence, immigration and illusion.

~Wednesday's Mark Steyn Show saw Mark in London talking "cultural appropriation" with bestselling novelist Lionel Shriver. Click below to watch:

~On Thursday Steyn returned to the subject of the "Russia" investigations with Neil Cavuto on Fox News as the US Government announced its revised position on Putin's Syrian proxy.

~Friday's edition of The Mark Steyn Weekend Show featured Part Two of his interview with Lionel Shriver, about America after the dollar's collapse, plus a look at the landmark movie Metropolis, and Cheryl Bentyne from the Manhattan Transfer performing a classic Leon Russell song.

In grimmer news the latest "truck attack" in Stockholm vindicated Mark's observations of Sweden on a recent SteynPost.

~Our Saturday movie date celebrated the hundredth anniversary of Buster Keaton's screen debut: Mark paid tribute to "The Great Stone Face". But he also rounded out the week with a live weekend update on Syria, Russia, Susan Rice et al with Jesse Watters.

Steyn has a new project he's working on - about the highly lucrative American "student-loan industry", and especially so-called PLUS loans marketed direct to parents. If you've any interesting observations to share, do shoot him an email. Confidentiality will be respected.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with Mark's Song of the Week - and look and listen for Steyn on the airwaves as the week proceeds.

April 9, 2017 at 7:07 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, March 27-April 2

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

~The week began with a SteynOnline audio special that found Mark sharing a few moments with Chuck Berry.

~On Monday's SteynPost Mark revisited his famous line "When everybody's Hitler, nobody's Hitler". Click below to watch:

~Tuesday's Mark Steyn Show featured a full-length interview with Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer, the authors of a new book about America's biggest mass murderer, the infanticidal monster Kermit Gosnell. Click below to watch:

~Wednesday was Brexit Day, the day that Her Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom belatedly triggered Article 50 and began the process of leaving the European Union. Mark celebrated.

Also on Wednesday climate mullah Michael E Mann testified to the US Congress - and Rick Wallace published some thoughtful reflections on Steyn's book "A Disgrace to the Profession": The World's Scientists - in Their Own Words - on Michael E Mann, his Hockey Stick and Their Damage to Science - Volume One, personally autographed copies of which are exclusively available from the SteynOnline bookstore, and go to support Mark's end of this interminable case.

~Thursday's brand new SteynPost found Mark telling a tale of two Houses of Commons - one in London, one in Ottawa, both with confused and dangerous attitudes to Islam.

~On Friday Mark joined Neil Cavuto on Fox Business to talk Trump and Putin, smoke and mirrors: "Russian to Judgment."

~The weekend edition of The Mark Steyn Show found Steyn live on stage in Ottawa with a stirring paean to free speech, plus obscure Canadian jokes, his house band, questions from the audience, and a live performance of two fine songs - one Canadian, one English - by the great Tal Bachman. Click below to watch:

~Our Saturday movie date celebrated a classic, North By Northwest, and its screenwriter Ernest Lehman.

Steyn has a new project he's working on - about the highly lucrative American "student-loan industry", and especially so-called PLUS loans marketed direct to parents. If you've any interesting observations to share, do shoot him an email. Confidentiality will be respected.

Mark is now more or less living off his cat-album royalties. Fortunately, Feline Groovy: Songs for Swingin' Cats, dedicated to his own beloved cat Marvin, continues to stack up five-star reviews at Amazon. We liked this latest one from Katherine Santelli:

Cute, clever and really funny! I am so happy to hear the theme from my favorite childhood cartoon 'Top Cat' again.

Everyone has different stand-out tracks on the album, Katherine, but we're glad you like "Top Cat". Mark thinks the band and Emma, Janet and Mary on backing vocals do most of the heavy lifting, but he does manage to cling on for dear life all the way to the end. Let us know your favorite song - and don't forget Feline Groovy is available on CD or, for instant gratification, via digital download from Amazon or iTunes.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with Mark's Song of the Week - and look and listen for Steyn on TV and radio as the week goes on.

April 2, 2017 at 8:07 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn, March 20-26

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

~The week began with a live performance of an iconic Song of the Week. Click below to watch:

~On Monday's SteynPost Mark looked at the great migrations, and suicide by virtue-signaling.

~It was a busy week for Steyn on TV and radio, starting with a Monday-night appearance with Tucker Carlson on Fox News, after a very fevered day of Congressional hearings - on Trump, Russia and more. Click below to watch:

Following that appearance, Mark was back on TV on Wednesday, joining "Fox & Friends" to discuss an horrific rape in a school bathroom by an illegal immigrant.

~On Wednesday The Mark Steyn Show launched a brand new series of interviews with Canadian Conservative Party leadership candidates. Mark started by discussing immigration and "values" with Dr Kellie Leitch. On Friday he asked former Transport Minister Lisa Raitt about whether her own family background had colored her views on abortion. In between Steyn talked to the man who was briefly Canada's Foreign Minister and then became Quebec's comeback kid, Maxime "Mad Max" Bernier. Click below to watch:

~On Thursday Mark was back behind the Golden EIB Microphone to guest-host America's Number One radio show. The big topic that day was yet another Islamic terror attack, this time in London.

~On Friday Steyn swung by one of his favorite shows, "Varney & Company" on Fox Business, for a spirited argument with Stuart Varney on the soon-to-be-deceased Obamacare-replacement bill.

~The weekend saw the return of our Request of the Week department, and a Steyn classic on the birth of the euro.

A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with Mark's reminiscence of the late Chuck Berry. Look and listen for Steyn on TV and radio later this week, including a brand new episode of The Mark Steyn Show.

March 26, 2017 at 6:42 am  |  Permalink

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