Mark Steyn's matchless combination of outrageous wit and an unerring ability to get to the heart of the matter makes him one of the most compelling commentators in the English-speaking world. Devoted readers in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia depend on Steyn's unique international perspective to understand the snowballing crisis of the western world. The
Undocumented Mark Steyn
gathers some of his best writing from the last two decades in a timeless and indispensable guide to the end of the world as we know it.
Here you'll find the familiar Steyn themes: the fiscal horror that looms for the Brokest Nation in History, the existential threat of Islamic extremism, the metastasizing tyranny of political correctness, and the west's demographic suicide - "all the fun stuff," delivered in his signature laugh-a-minute apocalyptic doom-mongering style.
This essential guide to all things Steyn also includes pieces on music, film, and show business as well as classic bits from live appearances and his guest-hosting gig as "your Undocumented Anchorman" on
The Rush Limbaugh Show
. Like his political writing, Steyn's immensely entertaining book and film reviews, musical essays, and biographical sketches illuminate larger truths.
With inimitable flair and remorseless logic, Steyn
- Explains why it matters which culture dominates your country
- Exposes "the near suicidal stupidity of America's immigration regime"
- Shows why you can't have a conservative government in a liberal culture
- Laments the "nationalization of the family," "the defining fact about the decline of the west"
From his remote perch in northern New Hampshire, Steyn would rather write about his favorite songs, but in a world where the Taliban bans music, he reminds us that "even the smallest pleasures have to be earned, and defended... so you need to pitch in on this clash of civilizations thing." And defend he does. His courage in beating back the enemies of free speech in his native Canada and elsewhere has earned him numerous awards and a loyal following around the world.
When Armageddon breaks out, you can't say you weren't warned.