Happy Fourth of July to our American viewers. Mark has some seasonal observances here.
However, this is just a regular working day north of the border, down under and across the pond, so welcome to the Tuesday edition of The Mark Steyn Show. On today's episode Mark begins with some thoughts on the accelerating decadence of US military leadership, after which he welcomes back three favourite guests:
First up is Marc Morano with an American take on HM The King's new climate doomsday clock. Marc is followed by Kathy Gyngell of The Conservative Woman with her take on the UK state censor Ofcom and the government's refusal to do right by vaccine victims. We round out the show with James Melville on the quite respectable chaps advancing "conspiracy theories" these days.
All that plus Mark's Mailbox. To watch the show, simply click above.
~Speaking of Ofcom, Mark is the first TV presenter in a decade-and-a-half to sue the UK media censor over its partisan and totalitarian "rulings". There are several ways to support this very important free-speech lawsuit in the High Court of England and Wales:
a) ordering a copy of Steyn's hilarious new book The Prisoner of Windsor;
b) signing up a friend for a Steyn Club Gift Membership; or
c) buying a loved one a SteynOnline gift certificate.
As we have noted, the post-Steyn GB News will not be standing with Mark and Naomi Wolf in court. But the "chilling effect" of Ofcom on public discourse is far worse than Canada under Section 13 or Australia under Section 18C, so battle must be joined.
~Among the benefits of Mark Steyn Club membership is that you can enjoy The Mark Steyn Show in any medium you desire: video, audio or text. So, if you find Mark and his guests more convivial in non-visual form, please log-in to our Audio and Transcript versions. To listen to the above show, simply click here.
~The Mark Steyn Show returns tomorrow, Wednesday, at 8pm UK/3pm North American Eastern. Don't forget, if you're in the Antipodes, the show now airs Tuesday to Friday at 5pm Australian Eastern Time on ADH TV.
~And finally, as noted above, The Prisoner of Windsor is out and available. For the Kindle edition around the world, please click below: