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COMMON SENSE: In the Middle East, President Trump has been magnificent. This is exactly what we wanted and expected from him, when we voted for him. His optics have been very Presidential, but that’s superficial and trivial.
 
It’s what he has said that has been so important. Standing in front of fifty Gulf State Muslim leaders, Trump didn’t mince his words, nor did he apologize for America. He led by speaking the truth boldly and confidently. Then, he flew to Israel and did the same thing.
 
He was honored and respected for being decisive in both Riyadh and Jerusalem—just like we knew he would. His only naysayers are the Progressives in the media and in Congress. The rest of us, the Deplorables who have created Trump nation, are more firmly behind him than ever. You can count on it.
 
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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
 
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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.
 
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thCOMMON SENSE: There is a reason why President Trump’s foreign policy is proving to be more effective than his domestic agenda—at least so far. When the Commander-in-Chief gives an order, it is obeyed, and when the Commander-in-Chief does not micromanage, our military, being the best in the world by far, oyr armed forces can definitely get the job done.
 
There’s another reason too. The world is starved for American leadership. After years of fecklessness, vacillation, and incompetence, our allies are thrilled to see America take a strong stand once again. The vacuum created by Obama’s retreat emboldened our enemies, especially ISIS, Russia, Iran, and North Korea. Now, to put a halt to this, President Trump is demonstrating just how powerful we actually are. This will ultimately re-stabilize the world, but not in the short-term.
 
Domestically, President Trump is being confronted with repeated attacks by the mainstream media, obstructionist Democrats, and Republicans who talk-the-talk but do not walk-the-walk. Despite this, the economy is bustling, stifling regulations are being repealed, and our energy sector is being cut loose. This means prosperity ahead, but it will continue to be a dogfight to get things done, especially with victories being depicted as defeats
 
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13936697_10210209248812453_1993330275_nCOMMON SENSE: Will the war between President Trump and the mainstream media ever abate, or will this be the new normal for the next four or eight years? Many people wonder. They are hopeful it will stop, but I do not believe it ever will. There are reasons why.
 
Both Trump and the media hold each other in mutual contempt, and they go back and forth doing their best to inflict punishing blows on each other—kind of like a couple going through a nasty divorce. But this part of the equation is easy to understand. Malice always is. So, let’s simply factor this variable out. It’s critically important, obviously, but there is a causal factor beneath it that is far more important.
 
Donald Trump has an entirely different worldview than those of the media. He is an unapologetic patriot who is committed to putting the interests of the United States above all others. He believes he is right, and he cannot understand or accept the validity of any other position. This is why he is loved and held in high esteem by millions. That he will never change is what makes Deplorables fiercely loyal to him, despite being rough around the edges.
 
The worldview for nearly all of the media is Progressivism, however, is antithetical to Nativism. Progressives do not see America as a City on a Hill for the world to emulate—far from it. They view the United States as a nation that has grown wealthy on the backs of slaves. To a Progressive, we are imperialists who have grown fat by robbing the world of its wealth, and it is high time we make amends for centuries of our criminal behavior. Progressive view reality through this prism. They consider Trump’s prism to be invalid, and via-se-versa.
 
So, everything President Trump does is viewed by the press as being counterproductive to establishing a New World Order, where there are no borders, and there are no deeply held patriotic views that disparage the oppressed. The god of Progressivism is the state. Those who adhere to a Judeo-Christian worldview are simpletons and fools—unfortunates who lack the intellectual capacity to evolve.
 
To Progressives, we are obscurants. They believe our Christian worldview is racist and must never prevail. To them, we are their intellectual inferiors and their mortal enemies. That we are in power is intolerable, and it is their duty to oppose our belief system.
 
Because Trump embraces our values at every turn, he must be de-legitimized and hounded out of office. The Progressives are crystal clear about their goal and their agenda. This is not going to change.
 
Christians, and other virtuous people, need to realize that the faith and values of our Founding Fathers is being assailed at every turn. We must stand strong, be vigilant, and continue to be high-minded. We must be fully-convinced that is is our duty to tack back our country.
 
So, the conflict is not just between Trump and the media, which will continue. It’s also between Progressivism and people of virtue. It’s a life-and-death conflict between the god of this world and Almighty God. It’s a moral war between Good and Evil.
 
Jack Watts

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Putin.jpgCOMMON SENSE: Not since the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962 have so many Americans been this concerned about Russia. The only difference is this: Back then, the Soviet Union was much more powerful, making the threat more legitimate.
 
Russia’s nuclear arsenal is formidable—no doubt about it—but so is ours. When you remove this variable from the equation, Russia is actually a minor player on the world stage. Nevertheless, the media has ascribed to them power and influence that is not realistic. The assessment is overblown.
 
When you measure the strength of the Russian economy to ours, we are nearly fifteen times as large. In fact, the economies of South Korea, Canada, and Brazil are larger than Russia’s. We are #1, while Russia is #12. Putting things into a clearer perspective, the projected growth in our economy, under President Trump’s policies, is greater than what Russia produces. Our growth rate can be larger than everything Russia produces.
 
Putin can rattle his sword, and he does, but he is like the great and terrible Wizard of Oz, mostly bluster. Trump’s power, as President, dwarfs Putin’s. We certainly do not worry about Italy or South Korea dominating the world. Neither do we need to worry about Russia. The Chinese threat is significant but not the Russian, at least in my opinion.
 
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Marine_Le_Pen_-_cropped.jpgCOMMON SENSE: French Presidential candidate, Marine Le Pen, refused to wear a head scarf when meeting with Lebanon’s Muslim Mufti. This was a requirement for the meeting to take place, so it never occurred. Le Pen refused because wearing the scarf is an “act of submission” in Islam, and she had no intention of being submissive.
 
Politically, millions of potential voters in France, who are sick of what Radical Islam has done to their country, will be thrilled by her refusal. By this simple act, which some will view as being disrespectful, Le Pen has staked out a position and rallied French men and women behind her. Personally, I agree with her refusal.
 
When he was President, Barack Obama routinely bowed to Islamic leaders. Some considered this to be respectful, while others, including me, considered it an act of making the United States subservient to the goals of Islam, which was unacceptably infuriating.
 
Look at the results of Obama’s feckless policies and weak-willed leadership. Islamic leaders, including the terrorists, viewed Obama as timid and tentative and exploited his weakness. Thank God, Almighty God, we now have a strong leader—one who will never make America subservient to Islam. Trump is tasked with cleaning up Obama’s mess, but he’s strong enough to do it.
 
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