a Plea to my Fellow Students

You are really willing to erase people from your life simply because their political views differ from your own? And that worry has nothing to do with who sits in the oval office. A plea to my fellow professors on behalf of my fellow journalists: please dont require your students to get answers to questions from working journalists for their grade? I hope you're happy hiding behind the constitution as you defile. Then you'll have the president you want. All I see you doing with your maxims is attempting to advance early on and succeeding decently with lots of suppressed enemy units, but the maxims are so badly mauled that they can't push forward and actually take anything. But releasing this anger is the first, and most crucial step towards healing. But a large part of me wishes I didn't. If you believe in conservatism and put a Chemical Analysis on Atomic Spectroscopy country before party, nows your chance to go on record. See the beauty is our differences.

This is what we've come to? I truly hope that we can prove the world wrong, and remind them once again why we are a nation worth following. It may have been a post-truth election but my God refers to himself as the Truth, so facts are no small thing.

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It doesn't mean we all have to agree, it doesn't mean we all have to like our leaders. People, especially Americans, are prideful creatures. And I wish it was the only example of such rhetoric I had seen from one of my companions. I'm not saying you shouldn't. Once we have released our anger, we can start coming together. Now, with that out of the way, I'd like to say a few things about the current state of our country. Coming together doesn't mean you forfeit your ideals just because your guy lost and you submit to the rule of the winner. I simply means we need to be able to recognize that some things are bigger than the divisions that we have created.

a Plea to my Fellow Students