Thank you all for dialing up The Mark Steyn Show. Monday night was the big primetime relaunch night for the vanity network Rupert Murdoch unaccountably chose to build around Piers Morgan. The relaunch appears not to have worked: The "niche Canadian" (per The Guardian) managed to draw two-and-a-half times as many viewers as Rupert's 110-million-quid sinkhole of Piers Morgan Uncensored. (No presenter has ever had less need of being censored.) By the end of the show's first block, Mark had widened the gap with TalkTV and was beating Sky, too. We are grateful to all who tuned in.
Tuesday's Steyn Show started with a deeply damaging admission by a top Pfizer executive: Rob Roos, the Dutch Euro-MP who extracted that damaging admission, joined Mark to discuss.
Next up was Andrew Lawton on the astonishingly breezy nuclear scenarios now being war-gamed by Washington. Natalie Winters followed with a new study on why a demographically shriveled west is getting more and more leftie.
We closed out the hour with Baroness Hoey live from Parliament on how their lordships' house seems, with respect to British sovereignty, keener on pandering to Brussels.
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