Ursus Let’s you Speak Out

I+don%E2%80%99t+talk+politics+at+school.+However%2C+I+go+to+the+Women%E2%80%99s+March+every+year+since+President+Trump+entered+office%2C+so+you+can+deduce+my+feeling+towards+the+impeachment+process.++--Mrs.+Marianne+Santiago

Domenic Petrosinelli

I don’t talk politics at school. However, I go to the Women’s March every year since President Trump entered office, so you can deduce my feeling towards the impeachment process. --Mrs. Marianne Santiago

Domenic Petrosinelli, Staff Writer

We usually ask students to speak out, but this month we turned to the teachers to share their ideas about a topic all over the news. In Washington, Congress is holding hearings to determine if it wants to vote to impeach President Trump. The hearings and the politics surrounding them have everyone reading the news and watching nightly news and cable television programs.

With the talk of impeachment in halls of BMS, “Ursus” wants to know what you think.

“I haven’t been watching it and keeping up. I have been to busy grading labs. Once I finish, I will get up to date. __Ms. Colleen Rondon
Domenic Petrosinelli
I don’t talk politics at school. However, I go to the Women’s March every year since President Trump entered office, so you can deduce my feeling towards the impeachment process. –Mrs. Marianne Santiago
“I am very curious about the results. I plan to watch the news as it all unfolds.”–Ms. Emily Stanevich
“I haven’t paid too much attention, but it seems to be evident that the impeachment process will get past the House of Representatives but not the Senate. The vote is a political move and it’s Congress’s duty to impeach if they find the evidence.”–Mr. Dan Cortright
“I think that when someone is violating laws that person should be put on trial.”–Ms. Lorien Hallama