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In this episode, Mark talks to F H Buckley, George Mason law professor and Trump family speechwriter, born in Saskatchewan but long resident in the United States. Buckley has some provocative thoughts on the path ahead for President Trump, and on the merits of the US and Canadian constitutions:
Michael Keaton's biopic of the man behind McDonald's; a tribute to Mary Tyler Moore; and Canada's disco diva Patsy Gallant recalls Édith Piaf:
Mark explores some of the internal contradictions of multiculturalism:
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Steyn answers questions from Mark Steyn Club members around the planet on everything from whether we're getting too used to terrorism to why the US Justice Department let Lois Lerner & Co skate:
Mark Steyn Club members can enjoy content from The Mark Steyn Show in whatever form they wish - video, audio or text. For the audio version of this latest edition of Mark's Mailbox, simply click above. If you prefer the print version, here's the transcript. Mark: Hey, welcome along to another video edition of Mark's Mailbox. This is questions from Mark Steyn Club members from around the planet that I didn't get to in our audio edition of Mark's Mailbox. We do it in every known form to man, we're experimenting with different formats. We'd like to just plug it straight into your cerebral cortex but we don't have the distribution system for that yet, we'll get there. These questions came through on the anniversary of 9/11 and for the first ...
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