Welcome to Tuesday's edition of The Mark Steyn Show, with news of boots on the ground, polls and politics, sales tax for policemen, China's checkmate, and much more. There's also another instalment of Andrew Lawton's Canadian Content, John Donne eschewing the far horizon, and the unsung songbook. Plus Ronald Reagan at the Hilton Hotel, and Teutonic testicles at the Albert Hall.
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