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COMMON SENSE: Surprisingly, so far in his Presidency, Donald Trump, the successful businessman, has been more successful in foreign policy than he has with his domestic agenda. There is a reason for this.
 
Other nations worldwide, having been adversely impacted by the absence of American leadership under Obama, are anxious for our new President to restore order throughout the world, which he is doing. In the Middle East, President Trump has gained the cooperation of fifty Muslim nations to fight terror at the grassroots. In Asia, he has confronted North Korea head on, and has also eased tensions with China—no small task.
 
Now, he is in Belgium, addressing the problems of NATO, our primary alliance in the world. At this point, 24 of our 29 partners are not keeping their commitments to spend 2% of GDP on defense, while we are increasing our indebtedness by spending nearly 4% to defend them. Instead of begging our allies to pay their fair share, like George W. Bush and Barack Obama did, Trump should demand that they pay up or leave the alliance. That will get their attention. Why should we pay for defending them, when we are in debt and they are thriving?
 
Trump’s domestic agenda isn’t doing as well, primarily because the Progressive Democrats have forced him to remain on the defense. Led by the media, who have viciously opposed Trump and everything he wants, Trump hasn’t gained the traction he needs to move us forward. Despite this, so far this quarter, our growth rate is above 4%, something Obama never came close to achieving.
 
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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: 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: President Trump’s surgical strike against Syria’s chemical weapons capability was a tremendous military success, but its political success was even more impressive. Without losing one American life, here are some other benefits that Trump accomplished:
 
1. In 2013, the Syrians committed to President Obama that all of their chemical weapons would be destroyed, which never happened. Trump made them pay for their deceitfulness. While he didn’t bomb the storage facility that housed the chemical weapons for obvious reasons, Trump made it impossible for Syria to use fixed-wing aircraft to kill its own citizens.
 
2. Trump sent a signal to our enemies—Iran, Russia, North Korea, and others—that the era of American retreat from our responsibilities as a superpower is over.
 
3. Trump also sent a signal to our allies—Israel, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Japan, and NATO—that the United States could be trusted to lead the Free World once again.
 
4. Trump sent a message to the Progressives in Congress and the media, who are intent on destroying his Presidency, that he is the Commander-in-Chief and will use his legitimate authority to protect and advance American interests worldwide.
 
5. Trump sent a message to China that North Korea’s warmongering will no longer be tolerated. I suspect the Chinese will be very active with North Korea in the months ahead.
6. Trump’s decisive action against Russia’s client state should go a long way toward dispelling the myth that Trump is somehow Putin’s puppet.
 
For those of you who still believe Trump is an intellectual lightweight, it’s time for you to reassess your position. He is doing the job we elected him to do—lead the United States of America.
 
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Jack Watts

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493401622-canadian-liberal-party-leader-justin-trudeau-speaks-in-jpg-crop-cq5dam_web_1280_1280_jpegCOMMON SENSE: Over the weekend, pandering to Progressives worldwide, Prime Minister Trudeau magnanimously announced that Canada would take all of the refugees President Trump rejects. Then, Sunday evening, two Radical Muslim Terrorists, shouting “Allahu Akbar,” opened fire in a Quebec mosque, killing six and wounding eight.
 
I wonder how Canadians feel about the foolishness of Trudeau’s statement now, don’t you? To me, it seems like Karma has bit this fool right in his derriere.
 
If Canada wants to follow the path of France and Germany, which are paying a heavy price for their liberal immigration policies, then let them. In the USA, we finally have elected a leader who intends to keep us safe from Radical Islamic Jihadists, which his predecessor refused to even acknowledge were real. Trump is going to keep his campaign promise of “extreme vetting,” and most Americans are delighted that he is.
 
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14502950_10207228057080323_2461444677858539009_nCOMMON SENSE: I’ve read and watched the posts about how the Clinton Campaign rigged the Presidential Debate, and how Hillary and Lester Holt were complicit in a massive fraud. Considering all of the other scandals involving Hillary, I shouldn’t be surprised by this, but I am—not for the reason you might expect.
 
Hillary Clinton must have a terrible self-image and an extraordinarily low view of her competency. That she didn’t believe she could beat Donald Trump is an honest, ethical debate—playing by the rules—speaks volumes. If she had any self-esteem, personal pride or dignity, she wouldn’t have allowed such a thing to happen. If she was self-assured, she would have said, “I don’t need any help. Bring Trump on, I can take him,” but that’s not what she did, is it?
 
She schemed to rig the system in her favor—just like she did to Bernie—revealing just how serious her dishonesty is. Because of this character flaw, the woman cannot play it straight no matter what.
 
Years ago, there was a great western, “Maverick.” The star, Bret, played byJames garner, made his living by gambling. The people he always liked to play poker with the most were cheaters. Once he knew their game, it was easy for him to beat them. It’s the same with Hillary. Other nations can’t wait to get her elected, knowing just how easy it will be to manipulate such a weak person. Soulless and characterless, with her at our nation’s helm, we will be in for some very serious troubles throughout the world. If you have kids or grandkids in high school, be nice to them because many will end up in body bags.
 
Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: While CNN was busy deleting Hillary’s use of the word “bomb” in her interview, after the attacks in NY Saturday night—in an effort to make her look good and Trump look bad—the Jihadists were busy planning their next attack.
 
We have allowed this Trojan Horse of Radical Islam into our country, and we are going to pay a terrible price to get rid of it. Using the Internet, the “Cyber Islamic Army” is busy recruiting, indoctrinating, and sending out misguided fools to create havoc and carnage in America, while Obama is busy telling us how peaceful Islam is.
 
The time for submitting to this politically correct nonsense, at the expense of American lives, is over. We need new leadership, from people who are not corrupt, to forge the way. If we continue doing the same thing, which is Hillary’s strategy, we will continue to get the same results. This tired, sick old woman cannot possibly do the job necessary to keep us safe. Trump has been consistently right on the issue of terrorism, and he is definitely strong enough to protect us. The choice is clear.
 
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