Mark Steyn on Byline – full video in case you missed it

- November 9th, 2011

Steyn bookMark Steyn joined Byline for the full hour to discuss his book After America. If you missed the show you can watch it below. If you want his book you can buy it from Amazon.ca for quite a good price and make sure it is under the tree or in a stocking for someone you love this Christmas.

From the book’s description:

It’s not just our looming financial collapse; it’s not just a culture that seems on a fast track to perdition, full of hapless, indulgent, childish people who think government has the answer for every problem; it’s not just America’s potential eclipse as a world power because of the drunken sailor policymaking in Washington—no, it’s all this and more that spells one word for America: Armageddon.

But don’t worry, he’s funny while he describes the end of the world.

Part 1 – Greece, the G20, China

Part 2 – America’s fiscal mess, big government and class warfare

Part 3 – Where is America’s leadership in the world?

Part 4 – The Occupy Movement

Part 5 – After? If After America is the future, can anything be done?

Part 6 – The Personal side of Mark Steyn

Categories: Politics

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7 comments

  1. Lana says:

    Bought After America last week. Just finishing Michael Coren’s book Why Catholics are Right, then I’m on to Mark Steyn.

  2. Constantin Draghici-Vasilescu says:

    Thank you for a great interview. I remember the roar of the first anti-communist demonstration in Bucharest back in December 1989. Being born and raised under the communist dictatorship it is impossible to describe the excitement and joy of hearing for the very first time a large mass of people yelling “Down with Communism!” and “Ceausescu to face trial for the killings in Timisoara!”. Since you hit the waves on Sun Media, you helped many of us feel no longer alone in deploring Canada’s blind slide towards statism and I often experince an emotion similar to the one expeienced 20 years ago. I hope that both Canadians and Americans will hear the alarm raised by Mr. Stein before it becomes too late.

  3. blaine says:

    why this insistence that the excited states take a leadership role in the world? american leadership usually means killing foreign nationals so as to make the world safe for yankee imperialism. I have to guffaw when steyn talks about the magnanimity and good-heartedness of excited states foreign policy; there are millions of people all over the world who have experienced american foreign policy “benevolence” and have suffered for it. Read Noam Chomsky’s work because his critics are inevitably reduced to sputtering fools; the us has always been a war-mongering and imperial state. it would be good if china rose to serve as a counter-balance

  4. Scott says:

    “Read Noam Chomsky’s work because his critics are inevitably reduced to sputtering fools”.

    Right, because criticizing made up fiction is so terribly difficult. Chomsky is a mendacious liar who creates his own ‘reality’ in order to paint the US in the worst possible light and the creator of all the worlds ills.

    You have followed suit.

  5. Alain says:

    Scott, I would also add that Chomsky is the worst kind of blood-sucking leech in that he has no intention of leaving the same country that he finds so bad and evil, since he benefits from its freedom to spout his nonesense along with its wealth and high standard of living. Were he authentic, he would have moved long ago to any of the communist totalitarian regimes he claims to admire.

  6. Richard says:

    The six boxes are empty and there’s nothing to click. For once, Mark Steyn is content free! How can I view it?

  7. Eric says:

    Richard, try Firefox. IE doesn’t work for me, but firefox did.

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