Mark Steyn | Tuesday 6th December

Mark steyn | tuesday 6th december

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A no-nonsense take on the day’s news, with Mark Steyn’s signature frank views and big name interviews.

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1 thought on “Mark Steyn | Tuesday 6th December”

  1. I noticed another example of Megs manufacture of race issues to bring down GB and it’s Royalty.
    At wedding with Harry she insisted it being conducted by a ethnic minister regardless of disrupting the usual setting here.
    However , when I looked up her first marriage ceremony no such ethnic difference was used. See this easily on Google, and Elle pictures.
    Putpose of the choice of ethnic here is open to obvious question and is worthy of exposure on the GB program. No need to spell it out.


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