Malcolm on the Right, Ep. 14: Why Some SCOTUS Decisions Divide, Others Unite Americans

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According to excited media reports, we are all about to learn the Supreme Court’s latest decision on abortion, a ruling predicted to overturn the 49-year-old Roe v Wade decision.

This commentary examines how the Court handled that historic 1973 decision vs how the same Court with different members handled the historic gay marriage ruling of 2015. Night and Day.

One has divided the country for nearly three generations. The other is now accepted by nearly three-quarters of Americans.

Why is that?

This week’s column examined Joe Biden’s weirdly cheery admission that he really didn’t know anything about the baby formula shortage until it became a crisis. And how this has become SOP for his administration.

Here’s the most recent Malcolm on the Right commentary, on how Joe Biden’s open southern border not only lets in hundreds of thousands of illegals, who are then flown and driven and dropped off in internal cities to become untraceable.

But Biden’s open borders also allow in a flood of illegal drugs. Especially deadly is fentanyl, much of it from China, that is fueling a record number of overdose deaths.

And here’s a recent rant about Americans’ stubborn unwillingness to confront the real cause of these too-frequent mass killings.


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