COPs and Robbers

The Mark Steyn Cruise is back - and with no vax/test requirements whatsoever. If you'd like to see the Adriatic in the company of Steyn Show regulars Alexandra Marshall and Eva Vlaardingerbroek and more occasional guests such as Michele Bachmann, John O'Sullivan and James (Snerdley) Golden, we hope you'll consider cruising our way.

Tuesday's Steyn Show aired about four or five hours before polling stations closed on the East Coast, but Mark did his best to sound surprised by breaking news out of Arizona:

Tabulator issue hits Maricopa County polling spots

But don't worry, they're on top of it:

2022 Election: Solution to voting machine problems found, Maricopa County claims

And so it begins.

Aside from Steyn's thoughts on America's dirty stinkin' rotten corrupt election operations, the show featured Laurence Fox on open borders, Marc Morano on Al Gore's multi-trillion-dollar giveaway at the COP-27 climate beano, Jasmine Birtles on a bifurcating economy, and Jane Harris on the children of lockdown.

All that plus your comments and questions along the way. Click below to view the full hour:

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