Mark Steyn on Unions: If a 1940s man were dropped in Detroit, he’d think Japan won WWII by nuking it

Mark Steyn was on yesterday with Michael Coren and among the topics they discussed was the violent union protests in Michigan this week. Pointing out the destructive power of the unions, Steyn compared Detroit to Hiroshima saying that if a man from the 1940s were transported to Detroit today, he’d probably think Japan won the 2nd world war and did so by nuking Detroit. Hiroshima, on the contrary he adds, is a beautiful thriving city.



Watch the full interview below (2nd half after break is about Steyn’s Christmas CD):

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