The Mark Steyn Show
Mark talks to Douglas Murray about his new book The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity
A climate-change special with Steyn, Anthony Watts, Steve McIntyre and Ross McKitrick
Michele Bachmann and John O'Sullivan join Mark to survey the global scene
Conrad Black joins The Mark Steyn Show to talk about his latest book, The Canadian Manifesto.
In this episode those seeking to entrap a junior Trump staffer go through every dangle in the book from cash to honeypots. Then comes Robert Mueller - and the appalling personal cost to George and his family:
Part One of my interview with George Papadopoulos can be found here - and, if you...
On this second anniversary of The Mark Steyn Club, we're proud to present the first of a special two-part edition of The Mark Steyn Show in which I talk with George Papadopoulos, the first Trump campaign member to plead "guilty" in the Mueller investigation:
We're proud to present a brand new edition of The Mark Steyn Show, recorded before a live audience on the inaugural Mark Steyn Cruise:
In this return visit, Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer talk not only about their new Gosnell movie, but about drama drawn from the Ferguson grand jury, and the problems of having your actors decide they'd rather go back to waiting tables. And Phelim notes mordantly that, when you're Irish, wherever you go in the world everybody loves you - until they find out you're conservative.
This edition of The Mark Steyn Show was recorded with a live audience on the Mark Steyn Cruise:
Steyn talks to Tucker Carlson about his entertaining and insightful new book Ship of Fools. Mark and Tucker address the state of men in contemporary society and the likelihood of civil war, as well as detouring into asides on fly-fishing and unpasteurized cheese. And, with the Kavanaugh circus ongoing, Tucker talks very movingly about what it's like to find yourself on the receiving end of a false rape accusation:
Several old friends from Steyn shows past have been making headlines in recent days, so, if you've missed these interviews, we thought you might enjoy catching up. First up is Lindsay Shepherd...
Next is Lionel Shriver, the American novelist who...
Mark talks to Lindsay Shepherd, a Teaching Assistant at Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada who became a cause cĂ©lĂ¨bre across the Internet at the end of 2017, when three members of the faculty attempted to destroy her life...
We thought you'd enjoy a recent overview of the way of the world from Steyn's recent remarks in Florida:
If you're a Mark Steyn Club member and...
We're proud to present a brand new edition of The Mark Steyn Show. These programs are made possible through the support of members of The Mark Steyn Club.
In this episode, Mark talks to F H Buckley, George Mason law professor and Trump family speechwriter, born in Saskatchewan but long resident in the United States. Buckley has some provocative thoughts on the path ahead for President Trump, and on the merits of the US and Canadian constitutions:
Mark talks to Douglas Murray about his new book The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam:
This edition was recorded before the bloodbath in Manchester, but we think you'll find tthe conversation interesting and timely. Mark talks to Muslim activist Raheel Raza about the possibilities of reforming Islam - though, at the end of another grim week, what may resonate most is his question about whether, for westerners, Islam, reformed or not, is worth the effort:
Continuing our series of interviews with Conservative Party leadership candidates, in this latest episode Steyn talks to Lisa Raitt, Minister for Transport and Labour in Stephen Harper's cabinet. For Tory members nervous about taking a chance on Maxime Bernier or Kevin O'Leary, Ms Raitt is said to be the safe pair of hands they're looking for:
In this brand new edition of The Mark Steyn Show, Mark talks to Canadian Conservative Party leadership candidate Maxime Bernier. M Bernier was the country's Foreign Minister under Stephen Harper until his rising star somewhat spectacularly self-detonated. But, after biding his time, he returned as Mad Max, hero of the libertarian right. Steyn and Bernier talk about what it means to be a conservative francophone:
In this brand new edition of The Mark Steyn Show, Mark talks to Canadian Conservative Party leadership candidate Kellie Leitch:
In this episode Mark talks to Christopher Caldwell, author of Reflections on the Revolution in Europe: Islam, Immigration, and the West:
Steyn and Hillsdale president Larry Arnn discuss everything from who got on the Trump train first to the virtues of written and unwritten constitutions. We hope you like it:
Here's another episode of The Mark Steyn Show that CRTV declined to broadcast, shortly before firing him. This edition is rather special, and we hope you enjoy it: Mark live on stage at an event for donors and supporters of one of his favorite American institutions, Hillsdale College.
In the course of the evening, he gives his thoughts on where the US and the world are headed, and takes questions from the audience. Everything from demography to transgender bathrooms is in hereh:
There'll be more from The Mark Steyn Show this weekend at SteynOnline - and on Monday Mark will be back on the radio...
In this episode of The Mark Steyn Show Mark muses on the climate science that never seems to make the papers. After that, he talks to the bestselling historian Amity Shlaes about Calvin Coolidge's relevance in the Age of Trump. And to round things out another selection from Mark's Mailbox:
Mark talks to the second longest-serving of all Australian prime ministers, John Howard:
In this episode of The Mark Steyn Show, Mark explores what Daffy Duck used to call "pronoun trouble". His guest is Jordan Peterson, a professor whose entire career is now imperiled by his opposition to the new "non-binary" gender pronouns.
Steyn and Peterson discuss the Orwellian perversion of language and the totalitarian impulses of social engineering. And Mark asks the big question: Is the jig up for western civilization?
The hundredth day of a presidency is an arbitrary and meaningless yardstick, but everybody seems to be going to town on this one. So we thought it might be fun to revisit this edition of The Mark Steyn Show from Inauguration Week and see how his preview of forthcoming attractions holds up.
First up is Mark's opening monologue, looking at the Democrats' rejection of President Trump's legitimacy - something which has only intensified in the last three months. Next, former presidential candidate Michele Bachmann talks about what she hopes to see from the Trump Administration - and you might enjoy seeing how her priorities have fared a hundred days on. Finally, Steyn takes us on a tour of some famously disastrous starts to presidential terms of the last two centuries. Click below to watch:
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We've been deluged by requests to post favorite episodes of The Mark Steyn Show here at SteynOnline. So here's another, featuring Mark's interview with Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer about their new book on infanticidal serial killer Kermit Gosnell. Also on this edition: Another delivery from Mark's Mailbox, including a round of "Know Your Ensigns":
Mark talks to James E Mitchell, the man who waterboarded Khalid Sheikh Mohammed:
From The Mark Steyn Show, here's an episode starting with Mark's response to Meryl Streep et al on their shameful silence when fellow artists are forced into silence, or murdered.
Next Mark talks to the bestselling American novelist Lionel Shriver about "cultural appropriation". Plus your questions answered in Mark's Mailbox - and the Great Steyn Piano Heist:
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