Welcome to the Tuesday edition of The Mark Steyn Show. If you're watching us in real time, immediately after today's show, Mark will be back with his old EIB comrade on Bo Snerdley's Rush Hour, live at 4pm US Eastern on New York's legendary radio powerhouse, 77 WABC.
On today's episode Mark's Canadian compatriot Andrew Lawton returns to serve up some substitute guest host-level content.
On today's show, Andrew talks about the left's aversion to debate in light of Joe Rogan's efforts to invite one of Robert F Kennedy Jr's critics on to have it out with him. Andrew shares a new looming form of Canadian censorship before talking about a more imminent Irish censorship with filmmaker and podcaster Phelim McAleer.
Next, Andrew chats with Fred and Richard Fairbrass of Right Said Fred on music, excess sexiness, and spiritual war, which happens to be the name of their new single.
To close things out, Andrew speaks with political cartoonist Bob Moran (who did the illustrations for Right Said Fred's latest video) about a press no longer willing to speak – or draw – truth to power.
All that plus Mark's Mailbox. To watch the show, simply click above.
As Andrew mentioned on the air, Mark has a new book out, The Prisoner of Windsor., which is picking up a lot of five-star reviews around the planet.
If you're willing to pay list price, you can get a personally autographed copy over at the SteynOnline Bookstore. But, if you can live without Mark's inscription, you may procure a handsome hardback at a lower price with cheaper shipping from Amazon. It's also at Amazon Canada, if not yet (for some mysterious reason) in print form at Indigo Canada, although they are selling it digitally.
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