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th-2COMMON SENSE: The mainstream media has charged that the 1st Amendment is under attack because President Trump calls their reporting “Fake News,” but is the press’ assertion accurate? I don’t think so.
 
First, Trump gives the press more access to him than any President in recent history, and the White House holds daily press briefings. Second, unlike Obama, Trump hasn’t used the power of his office to squelch reporters he holds in disdain, which is what Obama did to Fox News’ James Rosen. Third, the press corps accompanies the President, wherever he goes, on Air Force One. So, why does the press insist there is a problem?
 
It’s because President Trump does not, and will not, submit to the press’ way of thinking. Trump refuses to submit to their “Totalitarianism of Thought.” Instead, he ridicules it, calling it “Fake News.”
 
Because Trump is not a Progressive, his worldview is not the same as the Washington media’s. Its entirely different. Trump is not a Globalist, which the members of the media are. He puts America first; the media doesn’t. Trump wants growth, a strong military, and strong borders, none of which are highly valued by the media.
 
So, when they say that the 1st Amendment is under attack, it simply means that Trump will not knuckle under to the media’s way of thinking. Thank God he doesn’t. I like this about Trump.
 
 
Jack Watts
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COMMON SENSE: It’s no secret that the Democrats and the Leftwing Media have been relentless in their criticism of President Trump’s America first agenda. Their attack has been vicious and personal, and it has gone unchecked for too long.

 
The one promise that Candidate Trump made that has made no progress, however, at least as far as I can tell, is his commitment to Drain the Swamp. This needs to change, and it needs to change immediately.
 
The criminals from the Obama administration who have undermined our national security for profit need to be held to account, including people from the White House. Endless investigations about Benghazi, Fast & Furious, the IRS targeting of Conservatives, and the Bowe Bergdahl deal have never been finalized or brought to prosecution. This is unacceptable. The Swamp must be drained.
 
Now, the ill-advised Iran Nuclear Deal has taken a sinister turn that may involve criminality on the part of President Obama as well as Hillary Clinton. It involves seven men, six of whom were Iranians. While under indictment for espionage by Obama’s own Department of Justice, Obama had them spirited away in the middle of the night and returned to Iran. He told the American people they were businessmen, which was a lie—Obama’s specialty.
 
This incident, like all the others, needs to be pursued like a spurned wife pursues her ex-husband for alimony. Drain the Swamp, Mr. President. You promised you would. Do it now.
 
 
—Jack Watts
 

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COMMON SENSE: During the first 100 Days of the Trump administration, the strategy of the Democrats has been to obstruct everything he has done, regardless of what it is. The refusal to confirm Justice Gorsuch is a perfect example of refusing to support anything Trump does.
 
By putting up roadblocks everywhere, impeding Trump at every turn, the Democrats believe they can now boast that he hasn’t accomplished nearly as much as he promised he would. By refusing to cooperate, the Democrats now believe they can say Trump’s Presidency is a failure, even though there are 1361 days left. That’s how desperate they are to undermine his Presidency, and the Progressive media will follow suit.
 
But here is something Trump has accomplished that you will not see reported—not by anybody. Just 7% into his tenure, our allies trust us again, and our enemies fear us, which is the polar opposite of how they felt with Obama. This is a huge win for Trump, for America, for our allies, and for the rest of the Free World. It was a win that the obstructionists could not diminish or derail.
 
Link to “Creating Trump Nation:” http://tinyurl.com/buytrumpnation
 
Jack Watts

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searchCOMMON SENSE: I’ve been challenged about what our solution to the North Korean problem should be, so here is what I think. Our goal should be regime change and the reunification of Korea. The North Koreans, other than Kim Jong Un, are starving, and their economy is close to collapsing.
 
The USA should do everything we can to further their isolation and help crash their economy, while simultaneously increasing our commitment to help North Korea’s starving people. We want to drive a wedge between the people and their dictator, by showing how much better of South Koreans are economically, which they are.
 
Through unification, which would be similar to reuniting Germany, with the commitment for Korea to be non-nuclear, China might be willing to help us meet this goal.
 
This is an accomplishable goal. What cannot be allowed is for the North Korean dictatorship to develop a delivery system that could destroy South Korea, Japan, Australia, or the USA.
 
 
Jack Watts

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th-2COMMON SENSE: Attorney General Sessions has drawn a clear line in the sand. His anti illegal immigration stance is a clear statement that the Justice Department intends to keep President Trump’s campaign promise to secure our borders and return illegals to their place of origin, beginning with the criminals.
 
Because this is an “in-your-face” repudiation to the open border policies of the Obama administration, and the Progressive Leftists who embrace globalism by repudiating nationalism, Sessions is being pounded by the mainstream media. So be it.
 
Session is putting Americans first, as he should, and he is also keeping one of Trump’s most fervent campaign promises. By putting sanctuary cities and states on notice, Trump and Sessions are certain to be vilified by the Left, but Deplorables like me love them for it.
 
We don’t want criminal illegals in our country—period. We don’t want MS-13, Radical Islamic Jihadists, or people who come here to get on welfare. Being in debt $20 trillion dollars, we have enough problems of our own without accepting the dreck of other nations, and I couldn’t care less about the Progressives who disagree with me. As Obama said, “Elections have consequences,” and this is one of them—a good one, don’t you agree?
 
CREATING TRUMP NATION: http://tinyurl.com/buytrumpnation
 
—Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: Other than the persistent terror attacks of ISIS in Europe and the United States, President Trump is facing four significant challenges—each resulting from the feckless abdication of responsibility by Barack Obama. These are the problem areas.
 
1. Middle East—Syria, Iraq and Afganistan
2. Iran’s nuclear ambitions
3. Russian imperialism in Eastern Europe and the Baltic States
4. North Korea
 
Right now, the showdown with North Korea is the most dangerous, but our world is considerably more dangerous than it was before 9/11. That being said, by playing a strong hand, rather than the weak and vacillating one Obama chose, we have to reassert our leadership worldwide.
 
In my opinion, Trump’s team is doing this masterfully. Kim Jong Un, whose narcissism has generated societal delusion in North Korea is the most dangerous, but Iran isn’t far behind. Because Obama flinched, Un and others hope Trump will do the same thing, but that’s unlikely to happen. Hopefully, with the help of the Chinese, this will resolve peacefully, but there is no guarantee this will happen.
 
Jack Watts

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160118134132-donald-trump-nigel-parry-large-169COMMON SENSE: Years ago, I worked for a ministry where the operating culture was, “Firings will continue until morale improves.” No kidding. While talking-the-talk about God’s love and acceptance, there wasn’t anything about the ministry that wasn’t fear based.
 
What happened in North Korea Easter weekend reminded me of my time with the ministry. When the missile test failed miserably, what was the administration’s response? Execute the technician responsible. This is the way it is in North Korea. Everything is fear based, and the eyes of Big Brother Un are everywhere.
 
Dealing with a nation like this is problematic. Their level of delusion is so great that there is no rationality involved. The GDP of North Korea is less than the state of Vermont. That’s how poor this nation is. Their only claim to fame is intimidating the Free World, and they are very good at it.
 
Thank God President Trump has had enough. This problem will not resolve by denying it exists, which Obama did for eight years—Bush too. By eliciting Chinese support, Trump has demonstrated a level of sophistication in international politics that few believed he possessed, but he has been making all the right moves. Good for you, President Trump, good for you.
 
(Link to Creating Trump Nation: http://tinyurl.com/ buytrumpnation)
 
 
—Jack Watts

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