Welcome to Parties and Policies!

Welcome to Parties and Policies. Here, you can browse through the events of the week, my Opinions and Interviews with politicians and people from around the globe on politics and stories in History and Economics. 

  • 7 Days in Politics
    • Click here if you want to view the posts that you can find in our weekly newsletter. Each post is an accumulation of the week in politics news, from the latest administration move to international affairs. 
  • Opinions
    • On this page, you can find my opinions on topics ranging from the current administration to social politics to addressing common myths about politics. A subsection of this group, called Reader-Submitted Articles, is quite self-explanatory. If you want more information on this, you can always contact me or submit an article yourself. 
  • History and Economics
    • No discussion of politics can leave out history and economics. However, I discuss history and economics beyond simply the scope of politics. Under the History section, I talk about long-forgotten historical figures and important events in history that have changed mankind, for better or for worse. Under the Economics tab, I discuss global economics, political economics and the monetary policies of both parties.
  • Interviews
    • In here, you can find the interviews I’ve conducted with political activists, mayors and more. I have discussed national politics, more local and regional politics, with some very intelligent individuals. We have talked about voting demographics, future plans for political parties, housing development and the functions of government in natural disasters. Enjoy.

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Monday (1/7) – Sunday (1/13)

Monday (1/7) A court decided Monday that President Trump had vastly exceeded his legal authority in giving hospitals giving drugs to Medicare patient’s cuts in payments https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/07/us/politics/trump-medicare-drug-prices.html Former presidents are now speaking out against the border wall https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/07/us/politics/trump-carter-presidents-border-wall.html With the Supreme Court shifting under Trump, … Continue reading Monday (1/7) – Sunday (1/13)

Monday (12/10) – Sunday (12/16)

Monday (12/10) President Trump lays out his defense of the Stormy Daniels payout during the 2016 presidential campaign as being a simple private transaction https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/10/us/politics/trump-campaign-finance-crimes-defense.html After Nick Ayers rejected the job offer for Chief of Staff, President Trump is left without a reasonable choice and … Continue reading Monday (12/10) – Sunday (12/16)

Monday (12/03) – Sunday (12/09)

Monday (12/03) In North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District, there is massive upheaval over alleged absentee ballot fraud https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/03/us/politics/north-carolina-election-fraud-.html In Afghanistan, a fourth soldier has been killed in a bombing https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/03/us/politics/american-soldier-killed-afghanistan.html President Trump has urged the maximum sentencing for Michael Cohen, his former lawyer https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/03/us/politics/trump-cohen-stone-sentence.html Tuesday … Continue reading Monday (12/03) – Sunday (12/09)

Monday (11/26) – Sunday (12/02)

Monday (11/26) Robert Mueller has said that Paul Manafort repeatedly lied to investigators in violation of his plea deal https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/26/us/politics/mueller-paul-manafort-cooperation.html Representative Seth Moulton is the leader of the Democrats not willing to let Nancy Pelosi lead the party https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/26/us/politics/pelosi-democrats-house-rules.html President Trump is trying to lower … Continue reading Monday (11/26) – Sunday (12/02)

Monday (11/19) – Sunday (11/25)

Monday (11/19) Ivanka Trump used a personal email account to store government files, sources say https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/19/us/politics/ivanka-trump-emails.html After rebuking President Trump, Admiral William McRaven, leader of the raid that killed Bin Laden, became the latest to receive the president’s ire https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/19/us/politics/mcraven-trump-pakistan.html CNN’s Jim Acosta had his … Continue reading Monday (11/19) – Sunday (11/25)