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When I first read, many months ago, that the notorious US climate scientist Michael Mann was suing the notorious right-wing bastard Mark Steyn for defamation, I admit that I felt a little piqued. What made me doubly jealous was that this was a case Steyn was guaranteed to win. Since then, though, much has changed. It now looks — go to Steynonline. Well, the fact that I even have to explain this shows what a cowardly, snivelling, career-safe, intellectually feeble, morally compromised age we inhabit.
Welcome to the Tuesday edition of The Mark Steyn Show, with another update from the Summer of Stupid, plus your way or the Norway, Irish troubles then and now, transitioning from here to there, Campaign poll musings, Gandhi and Garvey, Hugh Hefner and Joni Mitchell, and much more. Click above to listen. If you're a Mark Steyn Club member and you'd like to submit a question for Mark to address on his next show, please leave it in the comments below. Do stay on topic - and no URLS, please, as they wreak havoc with our page formatting. For Steyn Club members interested in using their personal podcast players to listen to our Continue Reading. The wealthy don't need your peasant thoughts, a Tik Tok exodus, and Canada's most litigated joke gets an appeal — all in this week's Laura's Links. Phyllis Dorothy James was born in Oxford one hundred years ago today - August 3rd By the time she died in , she was the undisputed successor to Agatha Christie and Dorothy L Sayers as the "Queen of Crime", although she did not care for either comparison "Such a bad writer," she sniffed of Dame Agatha. In her ninety-four years P D James did a lot of other things, too: She was a Conservative peeress in the House of Lords, and her time in the bureaucracy she had been a Home Office civil servant made her an effective chairman of things - whether of the Booker Prize for Fiction, or committees concerned with more earthbound endeavors.
Jump to navigation. Public figures with a history of climate science denial and opposition to environmental measures are set to become members of the House of Lords, after the Steyn does not appear to have a college education or any background in climate science. Mark Steyn is the author and columnist of SteynOnline. A native of Canada who divides his time among New Hampshire, Quebec, and London, Steyn is a self-described right-wing warmonger. I simply looked at a graph Michael E Mann hadn't been anywhere near and drew the obvious conclusion. Gave it two minutes' thought, if that.