It’s always important to recognize that we are in a new era of warfare and we’re going to have to change some of our ways of operating and thinking in the face of a changing world.
As the new year dawns and we look to the next few years of the Obama administration, it’s important to keep in mind that this is the most consequential year of the Trump presidency.
And the only way to stop the president is to hold him accountable.
It is also important to remember that we’re in a different era of our nation’s history, a time when our country faces unprecedented challenges and challenges that we simply cannot afford to ignore.
We must always remember that there are some things that we must never let go of.
We can only change when we stop and look at ourselves.
There is a lesson to be learned from history, one that should be remembered and learned every single day.
But there is also a lesson that is being forgotten by the current administration.
It’s clear that the United States is not a democracy.
It was never meant to be.
The founders of the United State were not elected by the people.
They were elected by a small group of wealthy, well-connected men and women who are determined to have their way.
These were the men and the women who set the terms for our country.
The new Trump administration is not the American experiment.
It will not be the American republic.
It cannot be the republic that was founded on the principle of equal rights under the law for all.
The president and his administration have made it clear that their goal is to undo the achievements of the last eight years of our country’s history.
We need to be careful about what we say and do in the coming days and weeks.
We also need to keep our eyes open for the new president, and make sure that we don’t fall victim to his or her own twisted version of history.
This is not about the last seven years of America.
It isn’t about the first three years of Obama’s presidency.
It won’t be about the past.
It doesn’t matter what happened in the last six months of 2016 or what happened on Election Day.
It matters that we have not only a president but a leader who has shown a complete disregard for the values and ideals that we hold dear.
The best thing we can do is to remember what happened last year.
And remember that this administration will continue to try to undo everything that has been accomplished in our country during the last 80 years.
If that happens, we will not just be defeated, we’ll be forgotten.
But we will be remembered.
We have a responsibility to keep fighting for our principles, to keep working for the common good, and to continue to stand up for our values.
This will be a challenging, long and hard fight.
And as we fight for our ideals, we need to take our fight to the White House.
We will not rest until we have won, and we will never give up on this cause unless we are willing to die for it.