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Tiger Times journalist Kali Walter recently wrote an opinion piece about whether or not ASB kids are privileged, which sparked massive debates on the Elsinore High School campus. Because of her article, Walter was criticized and ostracized by multiple students on campus. Many people told her that she had to delete her article.

However, whether or not you or I or anyone else agrees with her opinion, she does not have to delete her piece. Under the first amendment of the United States’ Constitution, Americans have the right to free speech. Kali did not use any hate speech, nor did she threaten anyone, therefore her words are valid and legal to use. Kali was just exercising her right as an American by publishing an article about an opinion that some people on campus have. No one should fear expressing their beliefs nor should they receive any backlash from those who disagree with them.

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