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Jay Sekulow: Pardons Are Not On the Table, Sorta

Trump attorney, Jay Sekulow, was on ABC’s This Week and George Stephanopoulos raised the issue of pardons: TRANSCRIPT The president in that tweet stated something that is rather unremarkable, that is, under the Constitution, Article II, Section 2, the President has the authority to pardon. …

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Trump Merely Entertaining Pardons For Himself and Family is Politically Dangerous

I am not a lawyer, and so I rely on the expertise of lawyers at times to help shape opinion on issues. Unfortunately, the law is often not “clear” as lay people claim and constitutional law is often harder to discern, especially as it relates …

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Bizarre Conspiracy Theory Of the Day, Part 2: Jill Stein’s Campaign Was A Russian Plot

Ever since the evening of Novemnber 8, 2016, the Clinton campaign and their lackeys in the media have been trying to affix blame on someone, other than themselves, for Clinton’s loss. Before “collusion” became all the thing, the whipping boys were Gary Johnson and Jill …

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LIKE A VULTURE: Former Opponent Gleefully Vies For John McCain’s Senate Seat After Cancer Diagnosis

Well, she couldn’t beat him in a primary vote, so maybe a terminal disease is the way to go. And if that sounds utterly ghoulish, thank Kelli Ward. Ward didn’t even wait to allow for the news of Senator John McCain’s brain cancer diagnosis to …

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Appointing Sarah Huckabee Sanders as Press Secretary Changes Nothing

I like Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the newly appointed Press Secretary for the Trump administration. She has a fierce, straightforward style. She’s not afraid to go back-and-forth with members of the media. She furrows her brow and stares at them with incredulity. She will not allow …

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Bizarre Conspiracy Theory of the Day: Trump Leaked Intel to Force Sessions to Resign

Yesterday, the Washington Post dropped a story alleging, with the same impeccable sourcing that we’ve become used to, that Sessions had two “substantive” conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak that had not been disclosed. I’m sort of with Patterico on this. I’m not sure what …

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Is It Just Me, or Is That Sessions Story Much Ado About Nothing?

Let’s review the central allegation of the Washington Post‘s latest “bombshell” on Jeff Sessions: Russia’s ambassador to Washington told his superiors in Moscow that he discussed campaign-related matters, including policy issues important to Moscow, with Jeff Sessions during the 2016 presidential race, contrary to public …

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Head Of Senate Judiciary Committee Calls Out Leaker Of Sessions-Russia Controversy

Yeah. Put up or shut up. That was the general gist of Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley’s message on Saturday. Grassley, the head of the Senate Judiciary Committee went after reports that emerged on Friday evening of possible undisclosed conversations between Attorney General Jeff Sessions and …

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Watercooler 07/22/17 Open Thread: Last Week, RedState – Healthcare is Dead, Long Live Healthcare!

Welcome to today’s edition of Watercooler: Last Week, RedState.   This WC is all about Posts, Reader’s Diaries, and comments at RedState. Hot Topics Last Week: Joe Cunningham was busy and the news came hot and heavy, first there was this piece on the 17th at …

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Catch Up On the Week at RedState with the ‘WTH Happened This Week’ Podcast

RedState senior contributors, Kimberly Ross and Andrea Ruth, bring to you a summary of news from the week and how RedState covered each issue. This week, contributor Ben Howe joined the show. Look for our weekly episodes every Saturday morning. You should also definitely subscribe …

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