From The Mark Steyn Show, here's a SteynPost from a few weeks ago that you might find pertinent ahead of the first round of the French election and other matters. Mark muses on constitutions and culture, pizza and kebab. Click below to watch:
There'll be more from The Mark Steyn Show later this week - and look for Mark with Tucker Carlson, live at 9pm Eastern/6pm Pacific tomorrow, Thursday, on Fox News.
from SteynPost #6, April 19, 2017
Mark reflects on the 100th anniversary of the Canadian victory at Vimy Ridge and of America's entry into the conflict - and on the long shadows of the Great War:
A tale of two Houses of Commons...
Now that CRTV has fired Mark and canceled The Mark Steyn Show, we thought you might enjoy this final SteynPost:
From The Mark Steyn Show, here's another SteynPost that CRTV declined to air shortly before firing him. Nevertheless, we thought you might like to see it.
In this edition, Mark talks about age and identity - as manifested in America, France, Turkey and elsewhere:
Mark addresses the state of affairs in Sweden in light of the recent remarks by President Trump:
Steyn muses on the supposedly non-existent Deep State:
From The Mark Steyn Show, here's a SteynPost that starts with Mark's famous observation on the left's standard slur - that, when everybody's Hitler, nobody's Hitler:
Steyn muses on enduring monarchies, chickified republics, a Statue of Liberty and a Statue of Immigration:
Here's a SteynPost that starts with increasing Democrat disdain for the codes and conventions of normal politics, the deathbed demography of Japan, and moves on to what Steyn calls the biggest story of our time - the great migrations:
Starting with Trump's executive order and the Quebec mosque murders, Mark moves on to consider broader issues of immigration, free speech ...and some famous lines of Kipling: