Pining for 2019

Tuesday's Mark Steyn Show started with a famous television moment, and its lessons for the wreckage all around us after two years of rule by "experts".

Next up was Natalie Winters with news of a peer-reviewed paper on masks, lest you thought they were merely useless Covid theatre. Laura Perrins followed with some thoughts on economic Armageddon, and then an old chum from Mark Steyn Cruise days, Michele Bachmann, with her take on the World Health Organisation's global power grab.

We rounded out the hour with James Freeman, whose new documentary on victims of the vaccine premieres next week.

All that plus your comments and questions live as it happens. Click below to view the full show:

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