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COMMON SENSE: The days of arrogant, self-serving, and self-important RINOs telling us what to do, how to think, and how we should behave is over. It’s as dead as a doornail. You witnessed its demise in Utah yesterday.
Mitt Romney, the It’s-My-Turn Prince of the Republican Party, was dealt a major blow, when he failed to receive 60% of Utah’s GOP delegates. Romney didn’t even win. Mike Kennedy, a state legislator did. Now, Romney must face Kennedy is a statewide primary on June 26, and it’s not certain Romney will even win the Republican nomination.
Like the Queen of Darkness of the Democratic Party, Romney just took it for granted that the people of Utah would be honored for him to condescend to represent them, but that’s not what occurred.
Just as it is happening all over America, Conservatives want representation that mirrors our values—not the values we are told we should have. Personally, I hope this puffed-up blowhard loses the primary, which he just might.
If he does, he can always write a book about the injustice of it all. By then, the liberal talk shows will be eager to uplift a new disgruntled champion. I’m sure they could link Romney’s loss to Putin in some way.
Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: Formally ending the war between North and South Korea, which began in 1950, is a significant event in international politics. Although hostilities stopped in 1953, sixty-five years ago, there has never been a formal resolution . . . until now. And it never would have happened without the firm, resolute leadership of President Trump.
 
Clearly, the policy of “Strategic Patience” espoused by President Obama was a complete failure—just like the rest of our Nobel-Peace-Prize-winning President’s policies. That’s because “Leading from Behind” isn’t leading—not in the real world. Setting up the situation that might bring lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula required real leadership—not pansy politics.
 
Kim Jong Un may be trying to pull a fast one, just as he has done before, but this would be a grave mistake—perhaps his grave. Time will tell, but what President Trump is doing, along with Pompeo, is actually working. Because it is, the Democrats are trying to undermine it—fools that they are. They would rather risk thermonuclear war than support a Trump achievement. You know this is correct, on’t you?
 
Jack Watts
 

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COMMON SENSE: I now understand why the DOJ and the FBI fought so hard to keep the Comey Memos from being released to the American people. After having read them, I was shocked—not by what they contained, but by what they did not contain. There is nothing there, and certainly nothing significant enough to warrant a Special Prosecutor.

 
For well over a year, we have been force-fed a load of crap, and it’s all because the Left refuses to accept the will of the American people in the last election. In these memos, Trump mentions how the “cloud” hanging over him about Russian collusion is damaging his ability to govern. Trump’s right about this.
 
Trump’s detractors have tried to terminate his Presidency, and it’s all been based on these nothing memos. This isn’t right, and we’ve had enough of it. Reading the memos, I have the following questions:
 
1. Why did Comey write the memos about every interaction he had with Trump but with nobody else?
 
2. Did Comey already have a plan in place?
 
3. When Comey illegally leaked these memos to his friend from Columbia University, Comey wanted a Special Prosecutor, but the speed with which all of this occurred is highly suspect. It makes me suspect that it had all been set in place before it ever happened.
 
4. How could so little create so much, when so much about Hillary amounted to nothing at all? That doesn’t make any sense.
 
The American people are fed up with being held hostage by disgruntled Progressives. It’s time for Mueller to end this charade once and for all.
 
Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: This morning, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) filed a federal lawsuit in Manhattan against the Trump Campaign, Russia, and WikiLeaks, alleging that all three conspired together to defraud Hillary Clinton of the 2016 President election. This isn’t a joke. The DNC has actually done this, but what does it mean?
 
Because it takes a while to put together a federal lawsuit, this must have been in the works for quite a while. In my estimation, now that the Comey memos have been revealed for all to read, we can see for ourselves that there is nothing significant in them—certainly not significant enough to warrant a Special Counsel.
 
The DNC saw the handwriting on the wall about Mueller’s investigation—that it was going nowhere. There was no collusion by Trump with the Russians. Although they have tried desperately to make the connection, Mueller has not been able come up with any evidence showing Trump colluded with Russia.
 
But here’s the problem with this. The Democrats have been feeding an army of Trump haters the idea that the connection is real, and this horrible President is about to be unmasked and exposed for the traitor he is. The Democrats have been promising this for a year, but they haven’t been able to produce any evidence linking Trump to Russian collusion—nothing at all.
 
In an effort to save face, and also to motivate its core constituency to take back the House, with the goal of impeaching Trump, the DNC had to take bold action. They couldn’t simply say that they have been wrong—not the Democrats. They have been, but they can’t admit it. It’s not in the DNA of the DNC to do so.
 
Instead, they are now doubling down on their allegations, hoping to energize their vengeful base with another round of nonsense. But will this strategy work for them? No, it will not, especially when many of the purveyors of this nonsense are indicted for corruption, perjury, obstruction of justice, and a litany of other crimes.
 
The moral of this DNC debacle is this: “Oh the web we do weave, when first we determine to deceive.”
 
Jack Watts
 

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COMMON SENSE: In my estimation, President Trump’s greatest accomplishment so far has been punching a hole in the worldview of Political Correctness. He speaks the truth, plain and simple. I admire this about him. It has given others, like me, the freedom to follow suit, and our collective voices will never be stifled again.
 
For decades, the Progressives have imposed their “Totalitarianism of Thought” on us, and we have been forced to accept their irrational nonsense at face value—or pay a heavy price for not doing so. These purveyors of “Group-Think,” in the deviousness of their thinking, have reinterpreted reality in ways so contrary to our traditions that earlier generations would have branded them un-American. For Progressives, being ashamed of our heritage is the new patriotism, while love of country has been labeled racist, bigoted, and against the true values of America.
 
Nonsense and rubbish! Until the last election, the historical revisionism of the Progressives has not been effectively challenged, but now it has. Standing strong, President Trump has boldly embraced our flag, our heritage, and the belief that American exceptionalism is real and desirable. I like this about him. I like it a lot, and I choose to stand with him against those who call right wrong, and wrong right.
 
Jack Watts
 
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COMMON SENSE: Today, in a move that cannot be ignored by the Progressive media, Congress has sent a criminal referral to the DOJ demanding charges be filed against Hillary Clinton, former FBI Director James Comey, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, FBI Agent Peter Strzok, former acting Deputy Attorney General Dana Boenta, and FBI legal counsel Lisa Page. This was a formal referral sent to the DOJ—not a request for an investigation.
 
In the six-page letter, the eleven lawmakers responsible for the referral outlined charges that they desire to be brought against these current and formal officials.
 
This was not a general memo. It specified each law that has allegedly been broken by each named person. making it much more difficult for the Attorney General Sessions to simply dismiss. As a co-equal branch of the government, this Congressional referral will place a great deal of pressure on the Justice Department to pursue criminal charges vigorously.
 
This is a big step toward draining the swamp.
 
Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: It’s no secret that Russia’s Vladimir Putin wants to reestablish the power and prestige of the Soviet Union, and he is very busy trying to accomplish his goal. But can he do it? Can he accomplish his task? Although many are willing to give an affirmative emotional answer, what are the geo-political realities he must overcome? The answers are important.

In 1991, when the Soviet Union collapsed, its population was about 290 million, while the USA’s population was just 250 million. This gave the Soviets a slight strategic advantage, but not an overwhelming one. Currently, the population of Russia is 143 million, while the USA’s population has soared to about 330 million. This is a massive difference, and it is the specific reason why Putin desires territorial expansion. He wants to diminish that gap.

To be a superpower like the USA also requires wealth. Economically, the disparity between our nations is even greater. In 1991, the GDP of the Soviet Union was about $14 trillion. By comparison, the USA’s was about $6 trillion. Now, our GDP is over $19 trillion, while Russia’s is about $1.4 trillion. This makes Russia’s economy smaller than either Canada’s or South Korea’s. We are thirteen times larger than Russia. It’s a gap that cannot be bridged.

So, what does all of this mean? Putin remembers when the Soviet Union was as powerful as the United States, but since its dissolution in 1991, things have not gone well for Russia. They are no longer capable of competing with us in anything other than nuclear weapons, and Putin knows it. He dreams of past glory, but his future is bleak. There is no way he can dominate us, as the liberal media asserts, but none of them pay the least bit of attention to geo-political realities, buffoons that they are.

—Jack Watts​

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