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COMMON SENSE: The time is now. Today is the day. Our time has come. No longer can we sit on the sidelines and wonder why “they” don’t do something about what is destroying America.
 
It’s not up to them. It’s up to you and me. As patriots, and as people of faith, we must make a stand for righteousness and for the truth. We can no longer be neutral in the struggle for the destiny of our great nation. We must fight for truth and for the end of the corruption that has become an epidemic in our federal bureaucracy.
 
The depravity of the Progressives—those who champion wrong and call it right—has rocked the foundation of our great nation, but their deeds of darkness are being exposed to the light. This must continue, and we must stand for the truth and insist that the corrupt be held accountable.
 
In America, there are more decent, honorable people than there are those who want to abandon our great traditions to embrace the godlessness of Progressivism, but we must stand and be counted. If we do, we will prevail.
 
Who will be brave and stand with me? Who will insist that the corrupt be held accountable? Who will champion righteousness over depravity? Who will risk the censure of the politically correct for the sake of our children and our grandchildren? Who will refuse to settle for the darkness that the damnable cherish?
 
Will it be you? If we are strong, and if we remain resolute, with the help of Almighty God, we will prevail, and we will ensure a bright future for our offspring. “Do not participate in the unfruitful deeds of darkness, but instead even expose them” (Ephesians 5:11, NAS).
 
 
Jack Watts
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COMMON SENSE: Because our nation is so badly divided, it is in the best interest of the American people for President Trump to testify before the Mueller investigation. Trump needs to do this, despite the fact that it is the purpose of this investigation to nullify the results of the 2016 Presidential election by having President Trump removed from office.

 
This has always been the purpose of the Mueller investigation, which was contrived by Deep State operatives within the FBI and the Department of Justice. That this is true is what the four-page memo created by the House Intelligence Committee, under the chairmanship of Representative Devon Nunes concludes. I’m sure of it.
 
Consequently, the race is on. Will Trump testify before the memo is released or not? This is the key question. Because the House committee is preparing all of the supporting documentation before releasing the memo, it might not be released before Trump testifies. I believe this is a serious mistake, with profound adverse consequences.
 
Release the memo now, and add supporting documentation as it becomes available. There is so much material to be released that it would be overwhelming to release all of it at once anyway. By releasing the memo immediately, a groundswell of indignation will follow. Then, as subsequent information becomes available, release it. This will keep the story alive, and it will force the mainstream media to report on the criminal activity of the Deep State on a regular basis.
 
With any luck, because the foundation of the Mueller investigation was predicated upon the fraudulent documentation of the phony Steele Dossier, it will be forced to shut down. Personally, I am not concerned that President Trump has committed a crime, but I am equally convinced that Team Mueller is fully intent on entrapping the President in an effort to force him out of office. The stakes are high, with our Constitutional republic’s future in the balance.
 
We must stand behind the President, and hold him up in prayer daily. He isn’t guilty of anything, but that is irrelevant to Team Mueller. They want to destroy him, and they will find a way, if allowed. The plot against him is that nefarious. Our support for Trump must be stronger than ever
 
Jack Watts
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COMMON SENSE: As late as 8 p.m. on the night of the 2016 Presidential Election, the Clinton Campaign, Obama administration, and the Deep State were certain Hillary Clinton would be elected the 45th President of the United States. Because they were convinced that Hillary would win, and would continue to pursue the corrupt practices established by Barack Obama, there was no need for these people to cover their tracks.
 
By the end of the evening, with the election of Donald Trump to be the 45th President, the need to cover their tracks became an overwhelming priority, but their window of opportunity to do so had passed. There wasn’t enough time to do everything necessary to hide their corruption—not completely.
 
Beginning the day after Trump’s victory, a “Secret Society” of corrupt officials from the FBI, DOJ, CIA, Team Clinton, and the Obama administration met to figure out ways to hide evidence of their wrongdoing and to plot ways to reverse the election and have Trump removed from office. In their depraved hearts, these miscreants believed they were doing the right thing and had the best interest of the United States as their goal.
 
Nothing could be further from the truth, though. These wrongdoers were plotting sedition, and like metastasized cancer, their anti-American plot had its tentacles firmly entrenched throughout our government’s bureaucracy, where criminality is rampant.
 
Because neither the American people nor their lawmakers could even conceptualize something this nefarious—not in the land of the free and the home of the brave—we have been slow to respond to this threat to our Constitutional democracy. The Progressive media still refuses to cover this story, but the exposure of this plot is so massive and pervasive, they will be forced to report about it at some point.
 
The bottom line is this: This plot will not succeed. It is destined to fail—thank God. When all is said and done, nearly every American will come to realize that we have dodged a bullet. Our democracy has come close to being destroyed, but we will survive and become stronger as a result of it. Because the Scripture is true that states, “Pride goes before a fall,” we know we have been spared, as well as the reason why.
 
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COMMON SENSE: Traditionally, midterm elections are brutal for the party in control of the White House. In 2010, after Obama’s impressive victory, primarily because of his deceitfulness about ObamaCare, the Democrats lost the House of Representatives to the Republicans. Despite Obama being reelected in 2012, the Senate flipped in 2014 to the Democrats.

 
Now, after the election of Trump in 2016, based on his unpopularity, the Democrats and the media believe the House will flip in 2018. and Pelosi will once again become Speaker of the House. The polls and the pundit are in almost universal agreement about this, but I am certain they are wrong for three reasons.
 
First, with passage of the Tax Bill, the economy is soaring, and it’s only going to get better—much better. Despite the militant hostility of the press toward President Trump, coupled with his low approval rating, he is getting the job done. The American people are enjoying the fruits of his labor where they like it best—in their wallets and purses. His economic victory is massive, as Americans by the millions are coming to realize.
 
Second, the corruption within the Obama administration is about to explode, especially with the Trump Dossier. Just as Obama used the IRS to target the Tea Party unlawfully, his administration used the DOJ, FBI, and the White House to target candidate Trump, his staff, and practically everybody in his campaign. Presenting this fraudulent Dossier as legitimate, they used it to obtain FISA warrants to spy on Trump. It was also the foundational document for the Mueller investigation. When the American people see how corrupt the Obama administration was, which can no longer be hidden, it will cost the Democrats at the polls this November. This is not wishful thinking on my part. It’s going to happen.
 
Third, I believe the sexual misconduct of Congress is going to hurt the Democrats much more than it will hurt the Republicans. Although Americans are very forgiving about such things, they are not forgiving about the use of taxpayer’s funds to pay for it. So far, there are between thirty and forty Congressmen who have used taxpayer funds as hush money to settle claims resulting from their misconduct. Before the next election, all of these men will be unmasked, and I am predicting that 80% of them or more will be Democrats.
 
Obviously, other variables are certain to come into play that could have a dramatic impact on the 2018 election, including potential conflicts with North Korea and Iran, but if the scenario I have described plays out, and I am certain that it will, the Republicans will not lose either the Senate or the House. In fact, they will experience gains, perhaps major gains, especially in the Senate.
 

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MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. I knew Dr. King as a young man. His mom was a “Call Customer” of mine, when I sold shoes at Davison’s downtown. The following story from Unholy Seduction is true, and it was my experience. I used it in the novel.
 
“Then, newsworthy events began to impact our lives. When we heard that Martin Luther King, Jr., had been shot and killed in Memphis, we were completely unprepared to learn the news. His execution made me think about what I had been doing when JFK was assassinated in Dallas—just up the road from Midlothian. Like Kennedy’s murder five years earlier, schools were closed out of respect for Dr. King.
 
Being a lifelong resident of Atlanta and a local pastor, Dr. King’s funeral was scheduled for a few days later—not far from where we lived. Not having to teach that day, I decided to attend. Because Jolene had a cold and couldn’t go to daycare, Val needed to remain at home, so I went alone.
 
When I arrived, I had no idea hundreds of thousands of people would be there—all stunned and heartbroken by the assassination. In my naïveté, I thought there might be a few thousand, but I was mistaken. There was a sea of humanity.
I marched with thousands of others—nameless, faceless people—who walked with me up Courtland Avenue past Georgia State University, where I considered going to graduate school at night.
 
The procession was about twenty across and many miles deep. The most interesting thing about the march was how silent the people were. Nobody talked. All that could be heard was the sound of feet shuffling on the pavement—thousands of feet. Only a few cried, and those who did, weren’t demonstrative.
Most were too stunned to do anything other than put one foot in front of the other. Nobody was told to be quiet. Everybody just seemed to realize that being silent was what we were supposed to do. Besides, there was nothing to say. The impact this silent march made upon each person was indelible. It was something none of us would ever forget.
 
As we passed the State Capitol, I saw vigilant state troopers standing, side-by-side, four feet apart. Each was holding a rifle, as they surrounded the building, protecting Governor Lester Maddox—my arch-segregationist former donor. As I walked by, I remember thinking his side had won. He had all the guns and all of the political power. He was in charge of the state, while his ally, Governor Wallace, was making a surprisingly strong third party bid for the Presidency. Adding to their victory, Dr. King was dead—murdered by a segregationist.
 
Witnessing the troopers, I finally admitted to myself that I had been wrong to take Governor Maddox’s money. I had justified my actions, accepting his donation on three separate occasions, because Crusade needed the funds. Looking at the State Troopers as I passed, I felt like I had been as fraudulent as Hixson Orr.
 
In my heart, I knew there was never a right way to do a wrong thing, but I disregarded this truth by depositing Maddox’s checks. As I walked by, I felt tainted and dirty, as unclean as the guys who were ordered to take a shower before being examined for their Army physical.
 
Grief stricken, I’ve never felt more ashamed of myself than that day. Finally admitting how unethical my actions had been grieved me, but it also felt cleansing.
 
Based on the perspective I had that day, segregation had won, defeating racial equality. “Darkies” would be kept in their place, and I was there to witness it—just another bystander who refused to make a stand for what was right. I felt awful. I talked about God’s love all the time, while carefully disregarding another aspect of His character—justice.
 
Thinking about how the segregationists had won didn’t make me angry—not like it did many others. I was too numb and grief stricken for that, especially that day. It was such a sad time, but I did wonder why God had allowed it to happen? It was a question I’m sure others were also asking.
 
Driving home, I knew I wanted my life to count for more than this. Being in the procession rejuvenated my desire to be part of Full Armor Assembly, by joining Brother Al in La Grande Boca.
Now in my mid-twenties, in many ways, I was still young and inexperienced. I didn’t understand how a martyr’s death could irreversibly change things. Reflecting back on those events decades later, Dr. King’s dream and vision for America has come true—at least much of it. The day of his funeral, it didn’t seem like this could possibly happen.
 
Governor Lester Maddox’s world has disappeared. Only a handful of people even remember who he was. Dr. King’s birthday is a national holiday.
 
Although the Governor was physically safe as the mourners passed by—surrounded by troopers carrying weapons—his world began to disintegrate soon thereafter. Few remember anything about segregation. Virtually nobody can enumerate the specifics of what Maddox’s generation of segregationists believed. Obviously, after three hour-long meetings with him, I can remember, but I never took what he had to say seriously. Nobody took Lester Maddox’s worldview seriously—at least, nobody sane.
 
Dr. King’s dream, by way of contrast, remains alive and powerful. In some ways, my experience at the funeral that day may have been one of the most powerful examples of victorious Christianity I’ve ever witnessed. It was victory coming from defeat, new life emerging from death. It was a transformational moment in time—something I’ll never forget—something that can never be taken from me, despite the fact that I didn’t even come close to the front of the line.
 
Despite this, I learned a great lesson. Love trumps hate every time, particularly when hate seems to have the upper hand. You can kill a man, but you can never kill his ideas—especially when millions embrace them. Internalizing what I had learned, I matured a little that day; I’m sure of it.
 
Later, when I walked into the house, Val caught my eye. When she looked at me, she stopped. She could tell something dramatic had happened. She didn’t say a word, but in our silent communication, both of us realized that moving to California was back on the table.
 
Jack Watts
 

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COMMON SENSE: Many believe it is beneath the dignity of the President of the United States to get involved in matters as trivial as kneeling during the National Anthem at NFL games or instances of disrespecting the American flag, but I am not one of them. I believe it is one of the most important roles President Trump has. It has profound significance, and he is doing magnificently at it.
 
The flag and our anthem are powerful symbols of what makes Americans American. They bind us together as a people. They are the superglue that distinguishes us from others. As such, they have transcendent importance that produces patriotism, national loyalty, and American Exceptionalism. Without these symbols, our national identity would cease to exist.
 
That we now have a President who recognizes this and defends it, rather than apologizes for it, is one of the most important things President Trump does, and he is loved for taking such a strong stand.
 
Progressives do not see things the same way. Because they are globalists, patriotism is mocked and scorned. They champion a New World Order and not American nationalism, but their days are numbered. I guarantee it. We are taking our nation back, and nothing is going to stop us from doing so.
 
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COMMON SENSE: Being a Christian, which is my primary identity, racism has no place in my world. Since Christ loved all of Mankind and died for the sins of everybody, we are all equal in the eyes of God. Thus, racism, in any form, is a sinful mindset—period.
That being said, taking down the memorial to Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville seems like the epitome of hypocrisy. If you are going to do this, if this is required because of Lee’s role in the Civil War, then shouldn’t the entire University of Virginia be dismantled, stone by stone? After all, it was founded by Thomas Jefferson, our 3rd President, founder of the Democratic Party, and lifelong slave owner.
If Lee’s statue comes down, then to be consistent, the University of Virginia should also cease to exist. Going one step further, the Commonwealth of Virginia, founded by slave owners, should be dissolved, as should the Carolinas, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and several other states. Or, as an alternative, we could choose to respect our history, while not agreeing with all aspects of it.
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