A “National Divorce” of the USA: Michael Malice (Author of “The White Pill”) Discusses Dissolution Of The USA – Ask Dr. Drew
In the 2016 article “The Case For American Secession”, Michael Malice argued for a dissolution of the United States, which he says “has spent very few years truly unified”. The idea of a “National Divorce” has only gained more prominence with recent statements by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who suggests dividing the country into Republican “red” states and Democratic “blue” states.
But breaking apart the USA would be unconstitutional. Would splitting the USA across ideological lines help or harm the future of the country?
ABOUT MICHAEL MALICE
Michael Malice is the author of Dear Reader: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong Il and The New Right: A Journey to the Fringe of American Politics, and organizer of The Anarchist Handbook. He is also the subject of the graphic novel Ego & Hubris, written by the late Harvey Pekar of American Splendor fame. He is the host of “YOUR WELCOME” with Michael Malice. Malice has co-authored books with several prominent personalities, including Made in America (the New York Times best selling autobiography of UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes), Concierge Confidential (one of NPR’s top 5 celebrity books of the year) and Black Man, White House (comedian D. L. Hughley’s satirical look at the Obama years, also a New York Times best seller). He is also the founding editor of “Overheard in New York.”