Programming note: Today Mark will be keeping his regular midweek date with Tucker on America's Number One cable show, live at 8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific. And he'll be back right here immediately afterwards for Part Thirty-Two of his current Tale for Our Time - Burning Daylight by Jack London.
Ahead of those, welcome to Wednesday's edition of The Mark Steyn Show, which starts with a case of the sh*t hitting the lockdown fan, and proceeds via Assange and Cuomo to the comparative corruptions along the Potomac and the Danube. But Mark keeps smiling through. Click above to listen.
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