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Steyn on Fox

The Fall of Liberal Icons

On Tuesday night Mark sat in for Tucker Carlson for an hour of prime-time debate and analysis. Joe Lapointe found it stressful viewing:

Steyn—frequently a Rush Limbaugh radio sub—is a curious creature to behold on television. Like his Fox colleague Sebastian Gorka, Steyn is a hairy-faced man who talks funny and isn't from around here. (Perhaps we should demand their long-form birth certificates).

When listening to a guest on TV, Steyn tilts his head noticeably to the left or right as if a bolt popped out of the back of his neck.

Herewith a few bolt-popping moments. First up was a veritable cornucopia of Democrat sex scandals:

Next Mark invited Hillary honcho Richard Goodstein...

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Mark's Mailbox

A Fistful of Knighthoods

We had so many good questions from Mark Steyn Club members around the planet for last week's Clubland Q&A that Mark couldn't get to them all. So we saved a few of them for this latest video edition of Mark's Mailbox, in which Steyn observes both Halloween and Reformation Day, discusses judicially approved, culturally sensitive rape, and considers the best age at which to get no satisfaction. Click below to watch:

Mark's Mailbox, SteynPosts and The Mark Steyn Show are made possible through the support of members of The Mark Steyn Club, for which we are...

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SteynPosts

The Matter that Matters

In this brand new SteynPost, Mark takes as his starting point the contrasting treatments of the Hillary Clinton "investigation" and the Trump "Russia' investigation:

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The Mark Steyn Show

Law and Laughter, Promise and Presidents

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:

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The Mark Steyn Weekend Show

Recessional

For the second in our series of classic poetry, Steyn reads Recessional, written by Rudyard Kipling and published in The Spectator in 1897. To watch, simply click above. It's prefaced with an introduction by Mark in which he discusses the relevance of the work to our own time. To comment on this latest video venture from SteynOnline, please click here and scroll down the page. Among the pleasures of membership is that you can enjoy our TV content in any medium you desire: video, audio or text. So, if you'd rather sample the above in non-visual form, that can be found here. ...

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A Clubman's Notes

Entering the Middle Class

Welcome to the final episode of our current Tale for Our Time - a fantastical novella about untold wealth and its managerial challenges. As The Diamond as Big as the Ritz concludes, two suddenly ex-heiresses learn that nothing is forever...

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