Mark's Week in Review  

A Se'nnight of Steyn: September 10-16

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

~The week began with Steyn's Serenade Song of the Week, Star Dust by Hoagy Carmichael and Mitchell Parish

~Mark's topical take, "The Years We Wasted", was posted Monday, September 11th.

~In Mark's Tuesday Notebook, he continued his observations re the strange need of Conservative, Inc to pretend that what's going on is normal.

~Wednesday's special edition of The Mark Steyn Show, Mark explored one of the abiding themes of his writing and broadcasting these last two decades - demography and its discontents.

~Laura Rosen Cohen served up a batch of her world-famous links Thursday.

~On Friday, Mark hosted Clubland Q&A - to the delight of club members and listeners around the world.

~Rick McGinnis delivered our regular Saturday night movie date with "Great Expectations".

A new week begins at 12:30pm North American Eastern Time / 5:30pm UK with Steyn's Song of the Week at Serenade Radio.

Book now for the upcoming 2024 Mark Steyn Cruise including special guests Conrad Black, Leilani Dowding, James Golden aka Bo Snerdley, Andrew Lawton and Michele Bachmann (with more to be announced in the days ahead). This seven-day Caribbean cruise departs from Fort Lauderdale on February 24th with stops in the Bahamas, Jamaica, Cayman Islands and Cozumel, Mexico. For more information, contact The Cruise & Vacation Authority at 1-844-340-3350 or visit MarkSteynCruise.com

September 17, 2023 at 7:51 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn: September 3 -9

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

~The week began with Steyn's Song of the Week, "Sixteen Tons" by Merle Travis.

~Our annual holiday edition of The Mark Steyn Show re-aired on Monday - Labor/ Labour Day for our American and Canadian listeners respectively.

~On Tuesday, Mark examined "The Cost of Rocket Science".

~Wednesday's The Mark Steyn Show revisited Mark's special with historian Helen Rappaport first recorded a year ago shortly after the death of Her Majesty the Queen.

~Laura Rosen Cohen served up a batch of her world-famous links Thursday, from the battle brewing between Elon Musk and the ADL to China's fentanyl war against the west.

~On Friday, Melissa Howes guest hosted another of our live Clubland Q&As, fielding questions from Mark Steyn Club members on Mark's current legal battles: Mann vs Steyn in the District of Columbia and, across the pond, Steyn vs Ofcom.

Readers were also treated to a special column from Mark on the intersection of the dirty, stinking rotten and corrupt American judicial system with the dirty, stinking rotten and corrupt American election system.

~Rick McGinnis delivered our regular Saturday night movie date with "Other People's Money".

A new week begins at 12:30pm North American Eastern Time / 5:30pm UK with Steyn's Song of the Week at Serenade Radio.

September 10, 2023 at 7:34 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn: August 27-September 2

As many of you know, Steyn is suing the UK state censor Ofcom over its enforcement of the catastrophic Covid propaganda. Many viewers, listeners and readers have asked how they can support this important free-speech case against the British thought-police. Please scroll down the page for more information.

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

~The week began with an audio Song of the Week, "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" by Jerome Kern and Otto Harbach.

~Mark took a look at the decline of free speech in Denmark and around the world in his Monday column.

~On Tuesday, Mark tackled the abundance of Covid variants and their curious provenance (even if much of the western media don't share that curiosity).

~Wednesday's The Mark Steyn Show revisited Mark's two previous interviews with Sheila Annette Lewis, an Alberta woman effectively killed by the government, which denied her a necessary organ transplant because she wouldn't get the Covid jab.

~Laura Rosen Cohen served up a batch of her world-famous links Thursday, sharing stories about the crime of food service in the Covid era, decline in America, and eating ze bugs.

~On Friday, Andrew Lawton guest hosted another of our live Clubland Q&As, tackling questions from Mark Steyn Club members on class, cancelling Jordan Peterson, and whether we need a new name for the "elites."

~Rick McGinnis delivered our regular Saturday night movie date with a look at Ginger Rogers as a screwball heroine in Vivacious Lady.

As mentioned above, many of you have asked how you can support Mark's important lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom in the King's Bench Division of the High Court. There are multiple ways to do so, including:

a) signing up a friend for a Steyn Club Gift Membership;

b) buying a chum a SteynOnline gift certificate; or

c) ordering Mark's latest book. You won't regret it.

In the first two cases, 100 per cent of the proceeds and, in the last, a significant chunk thereof go to a grand cause - and you or your loved one gets something, too.

As to that Steyn book, The Prisoner of Windsor, the five-star reviews continue to pile up around the world:

~If you'd like a personally autographed copy, click here.

~For a hardback from Amazon, click here.

~For a hardback from University of Toronto Press, click here.

~For Barnes & Noble, click here.

~For Indigo in Canada, click here.

~For the Kindle edition around the world, click as follows: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, Denmark, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Japan, Brazil and Mexico.

The Mark Steyn Show and Tales for Our Time are special productions of The Mark Steyn Club, now in its seventh year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you.

A new week for Mark begins later today with Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio at 5.30pm UK/12.30pm Eastern - and Episode Fifteen of Mark's Tale for Our Time.

September 3, 2023 at 7:45 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn: August 20-26

As many of you know, Steyn is suing the UK state censor Ofcom over its enforcement of the catastrophic Covid propaganda. Many viewers, listeners and readers have asked how they can support this important free-speech case against the British thought-police. Please scroll down the page for more information.

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

~The week began with a new-to-SteynOnline Song of the Week honouring the late Tom Jones (the lyricist and librettist, not the Welsh pop singer).

~This week, Mark continued and concluded this summer's Tale for our Time, a variation on H.G. Wells. You can catch up with parts 15, 16, and the finale.

~Mark roused himself from his European sick bed Monday to share some thoughts on what was, at the time, Trump's latest indictment (it's hard to keep up at this rate).

~With the purported death of Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin Wednesday, we shared a timely transcript of Mark's recent discussion with former Moscow correspondent Mary Dejevsky.

~On Thurdsay, Laura Rosen Cohen served up a batch of her famous links, covering off the decreasingly relevant American constitution, Anthony Fauci's inexplicable continued presence, and more.

~Mark returned to the microphone Friday for another live Clubland Q&A, fielding questions from Mark Steyn Club members on the newest Trump indictment (complete with a mugshot!) and the Maui devastation, among other subjects.

~Rick McGinnis kept our Saturday night movie date by harking back to the era of the Automat.

As mentioned above, many of you have asked how you can support Mark's important lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom in the King's Bench Division of the High Court. There are multiple ways to do so, including:

a) signing up a friend for a Steyn Club Gift Membership;

b) buying a chum a SteynOnline gift certificate; or

c) ordering Mark's latest book. You won't regret it.

In the first two cases, 100 per cent of the proceeds and, in the last, a significant chunk thereof go to a grand cause - and you or your loved one gets something, too.

As to that Steyn book, The Prisoner of Windsor, the five-star reviews continue to pile up around the world:

~If you'd like a personally autographed copy, click here.

~For a hardback from Amazon, click here.

~For a hardback from University of Toronto Press, click here.

~For Barnes & Noble, click here.

~For Indigo in Canada, click here.

~For the Kindle edition around the world, click as follows: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, Denmark, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Japan, Brazil and Mexico.

The Mark Steyn Show and Tales for Our Time are special productions of The Mark Steyn Club, now in its seventh year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you.

A new week for Mark begins later today with Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio at 5.30pm UK/12.30pm Eastern - and Episode Fifteen of Mark's Tale for Our Time.

August 27, 2023 at 7:40 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn: August 13-19

As many of you know, Steyn is suing the UK state censor Ofcom over its enforcement of the catastrophic Covid propaganda. Many viewers, listeners and readers have asked how they can support this important free-speech case against the British thought-police. Please scroll down the page for more information.

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

~The week began with Steyn's Song of the Week and a monster hit at the strange confluence of footie and opera.

~Our marquee presentation this week was the return of our series of audio adventures, Tales for Our Time, with a summer diversion from Mark: a variation on a theme of H G Wells in which the Eloi and the Morlocks show up some 800,000 years ahead of schedule. As the week concluded, events took a startling turn. Click for Part Eight, Part Nine, Part Ten, Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen and Part Fourteen. Part Fifteen airs tonight at SteynOnline.

~On Tuesday Steyn's Topical Take looked at the lessons for Trump and for us from a photograph of Lincoln's second inaugural. It was our most read piece of the week.

~On Wednesday's special edition of The Mark Steyn Show Michele Bachmann, Eva Vlaardingerbroek and John O'Sullivan joined Mark on stage to discuss globalism versus sovereignty:

You can watch the full show here.

If you've missed a Steyn Show, you can now find the most recent edition and over three hundred episodes from the archives in reverse chronological order here.

~On Thursday: Laura's Links rounded up the Internet from America's shameful 9/11 plea deal to "patients of childbearing potential".

~On Friday Andrew Lawton was back to guest-host another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet on a variety of topics from "Rich Men North of Richmond" to weak men west of, oh, Warsaw. You can listen to the whole show here.

~For his weekend movie date, Rick McGinnis plumped for Judy Garland and Robert Walker in The Clock.

As mentioned above, many of you have asked how you can support Mark's important lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom in the King's Bench Division of the High Court. There are multiple ways to do so, including:

a) signing up a friend for a Steyn Club Gift Membership;

b) buying a chum a SteynOnline gift certificate; or

c) ordering Mark's latest book. You won't regret it.

In the first two cases, 100 per cent of the proceeds and, in the last, a significant chunk thereof go to a grand cause - and you or your loved one gets something, too.

As to that Steyn book, The Prisoner of Windsor, the five-star reviews continue to pile up around the world:

~If you'd like a personally autographed copy, click here.

~For a hardback from Amazon, click here.

~For a hardback from University of Toronto Press, click here.

~For Barnes & Noble, click here.

~For Indigo in Canada, click here.

~For the Kindle edition around the world, click as follows: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, Denmark, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Japan, Brazil and Mexico.

The Mark Steyn Show and Tales for Our Time are special productions of The Mark Steyn Club, now in its seventh year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you.

A new week for Mark begins later today with Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio at 5.30pm UK/12.30pm Eastern - and Episode Fifteen of Mark's Tale for Our Time.

August 20, 2023 at 2:02 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn: August 6-12

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

~The week began with the return of our series of audio adventures, Tales for Our Time, and a summer diversion from Steyn: a variation on a theme of H G Wells in which the Eloi and the Morlocks show up some 800,000 years earlier than expected - complete with an appearance from Peter Pan man J M Barrie's literary cricket team. (That's Barrie bowling at right.)

To celebrate our new Tale, the audio edition of Steyn's Song of the Week offered a timely tune in the company of Larry Adler.

~Mark's Monday column, live from Steyn's convalescence in the land of espresso, considered the latest low in corporate virtue-signaling: Wake up and smell the transgender coffee.

~On Tuesday Steyn contrasted the fates of his good self and GB News. The UK state censor Ofcom ruled against Mark, so he's suing them in the High Court. GBN, on the other hand, chose to kowtow to the totalitarian goons and are now being Ofcommed into oblivion. It was our most read piece of the week.

You can read more on Steyn's two suits against the censors here. Many viewers, listeners and readers have asked how they can support this important free-speech case against the propaganda enforcers. Please scroll down the page for more information.

~On Wednesday's special edition of The Mark Steyn Show Alexandra Marshall, Andrew Lawton and Tal Bachman joined Steyn on stage to analyse the parlous state of free speech:

No disrespect to Steyn and his guests, but for Andrew Bridgen, MP the highlight was when Steyn cruiser Linda Keen spoke from the audience and for once the word "Midazolam" was uttered:

You can watch the full show here.

If you've missed a Steyn Show, you can now find the most recent edition and over three hundred episodes from the archives in reverse chronological order here.

~On Thursday: Laura's Links rounded up the Internet from what they knew when about the Covid vax side-effects to Joe Biden's plans to block out the sun.

~On Friday Laura Rosen Cohen was back - to host another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet on a variety of topics from Ukraine to FBI house-calls - plus the twentieth Psalm. You can listen to the whole show here.

~For his weekend movie date, Rick McGinnis opted for Jules Dassin's Night and the City.

~As the week concluded, on Mark's summer audio adventure Out of Time events took a tragic turn. Click for Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Four, Five, Six and Part Seven. Part Eight airs tonight at SteynOnline.

As mentioned above, many of you have asked how you can support Mark's important lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom in the King's Bench Division of the High Court. There are multiple ways to do so, including:

a) signing up a friend for a Steyn Club Gift Membership;

b) buying a chum a SteynOnline gift certificate; or

c) ordering Mark's latest book. You won't regret it.

In the first two cases, 100 per cent of the proceeds and, in the last, a significant chunk thereof go to a grand cause - and you or your loved one gets something, too.

As to that Steyn book, The Prisoner of Windsor, the five-star reviews continue to pile up around the world. Alec Thompson tweets from Canada:

~If you'd like a personally autographed copy, click here.

~For a hardback from Amazon, click here.

~For a hardback from University of Toronto Press, click here.

~For Barnes & Noble, click here.

~For Indigo in Canada, click here.

~For the Kindle edition around the world, click as follows: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, Denmark, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Japan, Brazil and Mexico.

The Mark Steyn Show and Tales for Our Time are special productions of The Mark Steyn Club, now in its seventh year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you.

A new week for Mark begins later today with Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio at 5.30pm UK/12.30pm Eastern - and Episode Eight of Mark's Tale for Our Time.

August 13, 2023 at 3:07 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn: July 30-August 5

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

~The week began with a song inspired by the view from Steyn's sickbed.

~Mark's Monday column, live from Steyn's convalescence in Italy, brought readers up to date on the state of his suit against the UK state censor Ofcom in the English High Court and his battle to restore freedom of expression on critical public policy such as Covid and the vaccines. You can read his new Statement of Claim in full here.

Many viewers, listeners and readers have asked how they can support this important free-speech lawsuit against an overbearing censor. Please scroll down the page for more information.

~On Tuesday, Mark's Topical Take revisited some early portents of the malign alliance between lying governments, media lapdogs and Big Tech enforcers. It was our most read piece of the week.

In the absence on air of an ailing Steyn, his most popular regulars have been demonstrating that they don't need him at all. Here, for example, his favorite Australian, Alexandra Marshall, interviews his favorite Anglo-Filipina Staffordshire Horsewoman of the Apocalypse, Leilani Dowding:

~If it's Wednesday, Donald Trump must be getting his weekly indictment from the dirty stinking rotten corrupt US Department of Justice. On a special edition of The Mark Steyn Show former presidential candidate Michele Bachmann and Mark's old EIB comrade James (Snerdley) Golden joined Steyn on stage to analyse where the 2024 campaign is headed - and how we got here:

You can watch the full show here.

If you've missed a Steyn Show in recent weeks, you can now find the most recent edition and over three hundred episodes from the archives in reverse chronological order here.

~On Thursday: Laura's Links rounded up the Internet from America out-banana-ing the banana republics to Britain's Costa Coffee proclaiming that nothing goes better with its lousy lattes than slicing your breasts off.

~On Friday the ailing Steyn returned to the airwaves to host another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet on a variety of topics from friendly advice for Trump to End-Stage America's descent into evil. You can listen to the whole show here.

~For his weekend movie date, Rick McGinnis plumped for Randolph Scott in 7 Men from Now.

As mentioned above, many of you have asked how you can support Mark's important lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom in the King's Bench Division of the High Court. There are multiple ways to do so, including:

a) signing up a friend for a Steyn Club Gift Membership;

b) buying a chum a SteynOnline gift certificate; or

c) ordering Mark's latest book. You won't regret it.

In the first two cases, 100 per cent of the proceeds and, in the last, a significant chunk thereof go to a grand cause - and you or your loved one gets something, too.

ImageAs to that Steyn book, The Prisoner of Windsor, the five-star reviews continue to pile up around the world:

~If you'd like a personally autographed copy, click here.

~For a hardback from Amazon, click here.

~For a hardback from University of Toronto Press, click here.

~For Barnes & Noble, click here.

~For Indigo in Canada, click here.

~For the Kindle edition around the world, click as follows: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, Denmark, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Japan, Brazil and Mexico.

The Mark Steyn Show and Clubland Q&A are special productions of The Mark Steyn Club, now in its seventh year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you.

A new week for Mark begins later today with Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio at 5.30pm UK/12.30pm Eastern - and shortly thereafter the return of a beloved favorite feature at SteynOnline.

August 6, 2023 at 2:20 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn: July 23-29

This week Mark filed his second lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom for its "rulings" against his coverage of the Covid vaccines. You can read Steyn's Statement of Claim by Gavin Millar KC in full here. A critical point:

Ofcom... tries to suggest that the lack of a finding that the mRNA vaccine was safe and effective was not necessary because:

'Health authorities (including those in the UK) have continued to recommend the use of the mRNA vaccine...'

But the whole point of the criticism raised by [Naomi Wolf] was that health authorities were wrong to do this because the mRNA vaccine was unsafe. Her statements could only be harmful if she was wrong about this.

And Lord Grade and his totalitarian commissars do not even attempt to prove that - because they cannot.

Many viewers, listeners and readers have asked how they can support this important case for freedom of expression on critical public policy. Please scroll down the page for more information.

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

~The week began with a song inspired by breakfast in Slovenia.

~Mark's Monday Notebook, live from Steyn's sick bed in Trieste, offered a joke for the ages, the city as metaphor for the Great Transitioning, and what it's like to get stuck with Andrew Lloyd Webber's bar tab.

~On Tuesday, Mark's Topical Take revisited some of his many unheeded warnings over the west's deathbed demography.

~On Wednesday The Mark Steyn Show offered Dominique Samuels, Raisa Blommestijn and John O'Sullivan live on stage to analyse the Great Migrations:

You can watch the full show here.

If you've missed a Steyn Show in recent weeks, you can now find the most recent edition and over three hundred episodes from the archives in reverse chronological order here.

~On Thursday: Laura's Links rounded up the Internet from a beauty contest with actual women to the Canadian state's latest execution.

~On Friday Andrew Lawton returned to host another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet - and for the first time he got out his Barbie doll. You can listen to the whole show here.

~At the weekend, for his Saturday screen date, Rick McGinnis pondered Christopher Nolan's atomic biopic, Oppenheimer.

As mentioned above, many of you have asked how you can support Mark's important lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom in the English High Court. There are multiple ways to do so, including:

a) signing up a friend for a Steyn Club Gift Membership;

b) buying a chum a SteynOnline gift certificate; or

c) ordering Mark's new book. You won't regret it.

In the first two cases, 100 per cent of the proceeds and, in the last, a significant chunk thereof go to a grand cause - and you or your loved one gets something, too.

ImageAs to that Steyn book, The Prisoner of Windsor, the five-star reviews continue to pile up around the world:

~If you'd like a personally autographed copy, click here.

~For a hardback from Amazon, click here.

~For a hardback from University of Toronto Press, click here.

~For Barnes & Noble, click here.

~For Indigo in Canada, click here.

~For the Kindle edition around the world, click as follows: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, Denmark, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Japan, Brazil and Mexico.

The Mark Steyn Show and Clubland Q&A are special productions of The Mark Steyn Club, now in its seventh year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you.

A new week at SteynOnline begins later today with Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio at 5.30pm UK/12.30pm Eastern.

July 30, 2023 at 2:57 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn: July 16-22

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

~The week began with a song to bring a smile to even the glummest Bastille Day.

~Mark's Monday Notebook, live from Trieste, provided a few highlights from the Mark Steyn Cruise and looked ahead to Mark's looming lawsuit in the English High Court against the UK state censor Ofcom: it was our most read piece of the week.

Many viewers, listeners and readers have asked how they can support this important case for freedom of expression on critical public policy. Please scroll down the page for more information.

~On Tuesday, Mark's Topical Take revisited a prescient column on a critical transition in the nature of "gender identity".

~On Wednesday The Mark Steyn Show offered Leilani Dowding, Alexandra Marshall and Eva Vlaardingerbroek live on stage and taking the pulse of the planet after three very weird years:

You can watch the full show here.

If you've missed a Steyn Show in recent weeks, you can now find the most recent edition and over three hundred episodes from the archives in reverse chronological order here.

~On Thursday Laura's Links rounded up the Internet from Canada's culture of death to America as global laughingstock.

~On Friday Andrew Lawton returned to host another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet on a variety of topics from John Kerry to Andrew Tate. You can listen to the whole show here.

~At the weekend, for his Saturday screen date, Rick McGinnis bellied up to the bar of The Killing of a Chinese Bookie.

As mentioned above, many of you have asked how you can support Mark's important lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom in the English High Court. There are multiple ways to do so, including:

a) signing up a friend for a Steyn Club Gift Membership;

b) buying a chum a SteynOnline gift certificate; or

c) ordering Mark's new book. You won't regret it.

In the first two cases, 100 per cent of the proceeds and, in the last, a significant chunk thereof go to a grand cause - and you or your loved one gets something, too.

ImageAs to that Steyn book, The Prisoner of Windsor, the five-star reviews continue to pile up around the world:

~If you'd like a personally autographed copy, click here.

~For a hardback from Amazon, click here.

~For a hardback from University of Toronto Press, click here.

~For Barnes & Noble, click here.

~For Indigo in Canada, click here.

~For the Kindle edition around the world, click as follows: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, Denmark, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Japan, Brazil and Mexico.

The Mark Steyn Show and Clubland Q&A are special productions of The Mark Steyn Club, now in its seventh year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you.

A new week at SteynOnline begins later today with Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio at 5.30pm UK/12.30pm Eastern.

July 23, 2023 at 2:55 am  |  Permalink

A Se'nnight of Steyn: July 9-15

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

~The week began with a song from the home nation of the 2023 Mark Steyn Cruise.

~Mark's Monday Notebook, live from the Adriatic, brought a preview by former Cabinet minister Lord Frost of a UK media re-discovering the virtues of free speech once Steyn has won his suit against the state censor Ofcom. Alas, back in the real world, Ofcom's appetites are insatiable.

Many viewers, listeners and readers have asked how they can support this important case for freedom of expression on critical public policy. Please scroll down the page for more information.

~Tuesday's Mark Steyn Show re-aired the episode that got Mark locked out of his YouTube channel by the totalitarian goons of Google: pathologist Clare Craig talks about the recent Cleveland Clinic study on vaccines and Covid. You can't see that on "social media", but you can watch it in full and unexpurgated here.

~On Wednesday The Mark Steyn Show offered an encore presentation of Leilani Dowding, Alexandra Marshall and Samantha Smith taking the pulse of the planet on everything from killer pizzas to the ultimate victimized minority - Aussie gingers. You can watch the full show here.

If you've missed a Steyn Show in recent weeks, you can now find the most recent edition and over three hundred episodes from the archives in reverse chronological order here.

~On Thursday Laura's Links rounded up the Internet from the decrepitude of the west to the ubiquity of ADHD.

~On Friday Laura Rosen Cohen returned to host another Clubland Q&A with questions from Steyn Club members live around the planet on a variety of topics. You can listen to the whole show here.

~At the weekend, Mark remembered the late novelist Milan Kundera - and a book that is more relevant with every passing year to the decayed state of the "free world". It was our most read piece of the week.

Later, for his Saturday screen date, Rick McGinnis plumped for Jean Arthur in The Devil and Miss Jones.

As mentioned above, many of you have asked how you can support Mark's important lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom in the English High Court. There are multiple ways to do so, including:

a) signing up a friend for a Steyn Club Gift Membership;

b) buying a chum a SteynOnline gift certificate; or

c) ordering Mark's new book. You won't regret it.

In the first two cases, 100 per cent of the proceeds and, in the last, a significant chunk thereof go to a grand cause - and you or your loved one gets something, too.

ImageAs to that Steyn book, The Prisoner of Windsor, the five-star reviews continue to pile up around the world. We have had reports that it is hard to find in public libraries, so we are glad to see that it is in the Slidell branch of the St Tammany Parish Library in Louisiana. For non-Louisianans:

~If you'd like a personally autographed copy, click here.

~For a hardback from Amazon, click here.

~For a hardback from University of Toronto Press, click here.

~For Barnes & Noble, click here.

~For Indigo in Canada, click here.

~For the Kindle edition around the world, click as follows: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, Denmark, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Japan, Brazil and Mexico.

The Mark Steyn Show and Clubland Q&A are special productions of The Mark Steyn Club, now in its seventh year. If you'd like to join our ranks, we'd love to have you.

A new week at SteynOnline begins later today with Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio at 5.30pm UK/12.30pm Eastern.

July 16, 2023 at 2:48 am  |  Permalink

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