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The End of the World, Fourteen Years On

Programming note: Please join me tomorrow, Saturday, for the fourth edition of my new weekend music show on Serenade Radio. The fun starts at 5pm British Summer Time - which is 6pm in Western Europe/12 midday North American Eastern. You can listen from almost anywhere on the planet by clicking the button at top right here. ~Fourteen years ago, I had the pleasure of a substantive interview by Peter Robinson of the Hoover Institution about my bestselling book on western demography. At that point - 2010 - peaceful democratic course-correction was still just about possible. Any such action now will be far more convulsive - and that assumes a west that still respects its inheritance of free speech, as opposed to an increasingly authoritarian ...

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One Year Ago

The Scale of Humiliation

The first anniversary of the Fall of Kabul...

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Five Years Ago

A Sudden Glint of Gold

Part Eighteen of our serialisation of The Secret Adversary by Agatha Christie

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Ten Years Ago

The Melancholy Long Withdrawing ...Silence

Steyn on the biggest story of our time...

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Seasons of Steyn

Happy Earth Day!

The endangered species no one cares about...

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Request of the Week

X IS FOR CLINTON

Dear Mark, Can you please republish some of the funniest columns from the late 1990s when Clinton sex jokes were all the rage and you once wrote about Monica's dress in the witness protection program? Best wishes, Tom Hernandez MARK SAYS: Well, I think we reprised the Monica's dress column a few months back, but in honor of the demise of the Hillary campaign and with it the hopes of a Clinton restoration, how about my grand summation of the Administration? This is the way things seemed in the week it ended seven years ago. And don't forget, the SteynOnline Request Of The Week now appears midweek. Drop a line requesting a favorite column or even a favourite column here. An A-to-Z of the 42nd Presidency from The Spectator, January 13th 2001 ...

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