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 (3/25) – Sunday (3/31)

Monday (3/25) The US may have tapes of a 9/11 mastermind plotting with co-conspirators https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/25/us/politics/9-11-khalid-shaikh-mohammed.html House Democrats are planning to unveil a plan to expand health coverage https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/25/us/politics/house-democrats-health-coverage.html Following the conclusion of his report, Mueller is planning to return to civilian life https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/25/us/politics/robert-mueller.html Tuesday (3/26) … Continue reading Monday (3/25) – Sunday (3/31)

Monday (1/21) – Sunday (1/27)

Monday (1/21) The Trump administration’s decision to lift sanctions on Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska would allow him to pay off substantial amounts of debt https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/21/us/politics/oleg-deripaska-russian-sanctions.html For homeless Americans, the shutdown doesn’t hold great promise for their future https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/21/us/politics/government-shutdown-housing-services.html Kamala Harris has officially announced her candidacy … Continue reading Monday (1/21) – Sunday (1/27)