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Laura Rosen Cohen brings us her weekly selection of the good, the bad and the OMG-are-you-kidding-me, curated by yours truly. This week: sperm donors, blackface and the cult of environmentalism. Continue Reading. In this edition of Mark's Mailbox, Mark talks about judicial activism in America, the plight of Tommy Robinson in the United Kingdom, and the Australian justice system's mishandling of Cardinal Pell's prosecution. A happy last day of summer to SteynOnline's readers in the northern hemisphere. While we don't know what the fall will bring for you, may it be delightful in its pumpkin-spiced glory.
Mark Steyn has done it again. In his new book, After America , he clearly defines the dangerous signals which show America is embracing the same doomed path as the failed European economies, and how vital it is to implement and avoid policies right now to prevent us from the same fate. Sean Hannity. Only Mark Steyn can write about the decline of America and leave you laughing. Ann Coulter.
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Steyn, et al. It has been two years since the case was referred to the Appellate Court, where it is remains in limbo. Steyn has asked the court to move forward with the case as material witnesses for the defense have passed away since the referral. The case was brought in mid To correct this situation and get the case moving, Mark Steyn filed this request to ask the trial court to lift the stay of proceedings even while the appeal is pending. We hope the trial judge grants the request. National Public Radio, Inc.
Conservative commentator Mark Steyn responded Thursday to Hillary Clinton's latest television appearance calling the former Democratic presidential nominee "a disgrace," and blaming her for the Russia investigation because "she didn't know how to lose. Basically, this is the woman who is more responsible than anyone for the totally pointless and discreditable Russian investigation that destroyed your first guest's life, [George] Papadopoulos," Steyn said on "Tucker Carlson Tonight. Steyn chastised Clinton for being unable to lose and criticized Democratic strategist Richard Goodstein, who also appeared earlier in the show, for brushing off Papadopoulos' situation. I am troubled that no one in the administration is as upset about that as they are about Carter Page and George Papadopoulos," Goldstein argued earlier. It is quite disgraceful.
Continue Reading. 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.