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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.
 
Jack Watts
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12573733_828304790628555_5483197664783316735_nCOMMON SENSE: French is the language of diplomacy and has been for half a millennium. It’s why there are so many French words and phrases that have come into the English language concerning foreign policy—words like rapprochement, fait accompli, and de facto/de jure. The cardinal rule of diplomacy is understatement. In diplomacy, to say an act by another nation is “unfriendly” is close to declaring war.
 
The Progressives, especially in the media, have been very critical of President Trump for using the term, “Fire and Fury,” when speaking out about our current crisis with Kim Jung-un of North Korea. Specifically, they are enraged because Trump’s words were well outside of normal, appropriate diplomatic language.
 
I disagree with the media’s assessment. The language of diplomacy will work with nearly all nation-states, but it is actually counterproductive with a rogue nation like North Korea.
 
Before SWorld War II, Winston Churchill was criticized by appeasers to Hitler for being bombastic and crude, but Churchill was right and Neville Chamberlain was wrong. In our current crisis, all that Kim Jung-un understands is brute force, and that is what Trump has given him. Neither Presidents Clinton, George W. Bush, nor Barack Obama were willing to be confrontational. Consequently, the North Koreans have considered the USA to be weak—a paper tiger.
 
Trump, standing up for the American people, is calling their bluff. Kim Jong-un has two choices. Either he can attack and be destroyed, or he can backdown and lose face. Either way, his days are numbered. To be sure, this is brinkmanship diplomacy, but I do not believe it will lead to thermonuclear war. That’s the way I see it.
 

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COMMON SENSE: If there was ever a time for Christians, and other people of faith, to come together and pray for the safety of our great nation, it is now. Please join me.

 
Father, Lord God, Almighty,
It is with a heavy heart that we come before you today,
Praying for the continued safety of the American people.
As the threat of the unthinkable looms before us,
And fear of a nuclear holocaust grips our heart,
We bow our collective knees before You and
Ask that You spare our great nation from this catastrophe.
Father, we know who we are. We have been willful,
Arrogant, stubborn, and self-righteous, by disregarding
Your way, Your will, and Your leading, but we are also
Your sons and daughters—children of the great
Men and women of old, who knew You well,
Proclaiming Your name throughout the earth.
As the offspring of those who championed Christ
For centuries, spare us from this impending destruction,
Despite how wayward our generation has become and how far
We have strayed from Your ways for so many decades.
 
The North Koreans, have been captivated by a madman—a fool
Who loathes Your children and the nation we have established.
Even as we pray, Kim Jong Un is racing headlong to war with us,
As he leads his suffering people toward the abyss of annihilation.
He fully intends to bring catastrophe to his people and to ours,
Just to save face and to “Slap the United States” with a
Nuclear weapon that he now has the capability of firing at us.
Father, foil this madman’s plans. Let all of his evil machinations
Come back on his head, and do not allow his threat to become real.
For the sake of Your children, let us continue to enjoy peace.
We know how undeserving we are, but we ask this nevertheless,
In the name of Your Son and our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ,
Amen
 
—Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: Quietly, while the media has focused its attention exclusively on Russian collusion and the evils of Donald Trump, the President has been busy making America great again. Since the day after his victory, with the promise of deregulation forthcoming, the economy began to surge. Now, six months into his first term, he has added $4 trillion in growth, achieved close to full employment, and created an environment that favors working people over deadbeats.
 
But this pales in importance to what he has accomplished geopolitically. By permitting the energy industry in America to liquify natural gas, which Obama vehemently opposed, we are now able to ship natural gas to Europe to be de-liquified and used to heat the homes in Scandinavia, Poland, Germany, the Baltic nations, and many others.
 
By doing this, the USA is crippling Russia’s energy stranglehold on Eastern Europe, the Baltics, and the rest of Europe, effectively ending Vladimir Putin’s dream of reestablishing the mighty Soviet Union. From now on, Russian energy, their only valuable export, will have to compete with American energy, which neutralizes Russia’s ability to leverage its influence throughout Europe.
 
If Trump never accomplishes another thing in his Presidency, this move will make America great again. It’s that significant. It will increase American influence throughout Europe, while simultaneously decreasing Russian influence, the very thing Putin feared Trump would do.
 
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Jack Watts

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17760171_1166945333431164_4892622199645181364_nCOMMON SENSE: “Professing to be wise, they became fools, and exchanged the glory of the incorruptible God for an image in the form of corruptible man . . . ” Stated clearly in the book of Romans, this is the great sin of Progressivism—the Leftist worldview that has deceived millions of Americans, including most Millennials.
 
Almighty God created Man, and from Man, fashioned a Woman—two distinct genders. Now, according to Progressivism, there is no distinction. You are whatever you think you are, regardless of your unchangeable genetic markers.
 
From the union of a man and a woman, God established a family, but this has been under attack by Progressives for decades.
 
From families, God established nations, with Israel having a unique place in history. America was established as a nation to be “a City on a Hill” for the entire world to emulate, but this vision is being soundly repudiated by Progressive globalism. To them, we are citizens of the world first and American second, which is exactly opposite to the way we were founded. This is why “Make America Great Again” is so distasteful to them.
 
So, ISIS may be our enemy without, but Progressivism is definitely our enemy within, deceiving millions of misled Americans.
 
—Jack Watts
 

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COMMON SENSE: When discussing our conflict with Russia, people tend to think in Cold War terms. They also view Russia as if it is currently as powerful as the Soviet Union once was, but this isn’t true, other than in nuclear weapons.

 
At the time the Soviet Union disbanded, its population was 287 million people, compared to the U.S. population of 248 million. Although we had 40 million less people, we were essentially comparable. Now, Russia has 147 million people, while the USA has grown to 327 million. We are more than twice the size of Russia.
 
Economically, Russia’s Gross national Product, which is everything they make, is $1.5 trillion annually. The GDP of the USA is $19.4 trillion. This means our economy is thirteen times larger than that of Russia’s. Their GDP is slightly larger than Indonesia’s, which speaks volumes about Russia’s power.
 
Putin may talk about the glory days of the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact, but that’s all it is, talk. Russia will never be the geopolitical adversary it once was, and by unleashing our energy sector, Trump has ensured that Eastern Europe, and even some Western democracies, will never again be dependent on Russia’s natural gas for survival.
 
Russia is boxed in. They may not like it, but there is no way for them to extricate themselves from their situation in the foreseeable future. So, when our media says that Putin will “play” Trump, they have no idea what they are talking about. Trump, the consummate businessman, understand these dynamics, which our media obviously doesn’t. Remember this, and take courage.
 
 
Jack Watts
 

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search.jpgCOMMON SENSE: This is what is behind the growing conflict between Russia and the United States. Russia is an energy exporting country. It provides natural gas to Eastern Europe, the Scandinavian countries, and even to to some of the Western European Democracies. This means Russia can exert political pressure by simply turning off the pipelines in the winter, which all of these nations understand. This is real leverage.
 
In America, Trump has granted permits to several companies to liquify some of our vast natural gas deposits. Once liquified, the natural gas can be shipped to Europe or elsewhere and de-liquified to heat homes. Once this procedure becomes operational, Russia will not only have a competitor, but its geopolitical leverage will also cease to exist, and Putin’s dream of recreating the Soviet Union will end. Hence, this is why we now have Cold War II.
 
Obama was either not wise enough to take advantage of this, or his desire to take America down “a notch or two” wouldn’t allow him to move forward with this. Trump, on the other hand, wanting to make America great again, has moved swiftly and decisively to make the United States an energy superpower. When he has his “little talk” with Putin at the G-20 Conference, you can be certain this issue will be discussed.
 
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Jack Watts

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