Jay Sekulow: Pardons Are Not On the Table, Sorta


Usually, Sunday’s entry from the RedState Department of History focuses on the American kind of history. Not so today. We travel to France for today’s entry, to one of the more remarkable turnarounds by an individual in modern history — and not for the better. In February 1916, at the height of the First World War, Henri Phillippe Petain took over command of the French | Read More »


If Trump goes there, it would tarnish not only him but the office he holds.

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