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Mark Steyn

Politics & War

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The Vertigo at the Top of the Stick

In a couple of months, Michael E Mann's defamation suit against me will enter its sixth year in the constipated bowels of DC justice...

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Steyn on America

Fifteen Lawyers in Search of a Crime

The "Russia investigation" show goes on, undeterred by the lack of any evidence of actual crime: The more obvious the absence of any crime to investigate, the bigger the investigation gets. As I've said before, in Hitchcockian terms, this is a thriller without a MacGuffin: instead, it's one big MacNuffin...

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Steyn on Europe

The Will of the West

President Trump's speech in Warsaw was a remarkable statement from a western leader in the 21st century - which is why the enforcers of our public discourse have gone bananas over it and denounced it as "blood and soil" "nativism" (The New Republic), "racial and religious paranoia" (The Atlantic), and "tinpot dictator sh*t" (some comedian having a meltdown on Twitter). Much of the speech was just the usual boosterish boilerplate that one foreign leader sloughs off while visiting the capital of another. But that wasn't what caused the mass pearl-clutching. This was the offending passage: There is nothing like our community of nations. The world has never known anything like our community of nations. We write symphonies. We pursue innovation ...

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Steyn on the Commonwealth

Pass Me My Sharia Niblick

On the eve of Canada's 150th birthday, a breakthrough for multicultural diversity!

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Steyn on the World

Bollards of the Mind

It's not about terrorism, but the ideas that animate it

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On the Air

Working the Room (Collusion Edition)

On Wednesday night, Mark joined Tucker Carlson live on Fox News to discuss the shocking revelation that at a meeting of world leaders Trump met with a world leader. Also under discussion: Trump's literal fitness for office. Steyn said the media's fixation on Trump's superficial traits like his weight or his diet represents his "cultural offensiveness" to them... "I never saw Winston Churchill jogging and it didn't seem to affect his performance," Steyn said. He joked that the media wants to "force Trump into eating arugula and jogging because he represents the other side of the cultural divide." Arugula? Why, yes: STEYN: Well, I think it represents his cultural offensiveness to his opponents. You recall that at one point when he was on the ...

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