The public policy process is an integral part of the American political system. This blog post will explore public policy in American politics, and what it means for the public. Understanding this concept is key to understanding politics, social policies, fiscal and monetary policies, welfare and income policies, regulatory policies, foreign policy dynamics – and… Continue reading Public Policy in American Politics: What’s on the Horizon for the US
The world is very different in 2021 than it was in 2011. Countries have emerged as global powers, while others have fallen away. The United States has been a major player since the end of World War II, but now there are doubts about whether and how it intends to lead. In order for the… Continue reading Strategic Goals for the United States Foreign Policy in 2021 During Covid Period
Multilateralism is a term that has been thrown around in US politics for many years, but what does it mean? Multilateralism in US politics is the policy of coordinating with other multilateral institutions to achieve goals. In international relations this means working together through multilateral organizations and agreements such as the United Nations. This post… Continue reading Multilateralism in US Politics: How it Works and Why Politicians Use This Approach!
As the year comes to a close, many people have begun to reflect on the events that occurred in 2009. What actions were taken by members of President Obama’s administration? What laws and regulations were passed? This article will discuss 6 Top Achievements of the American Democratic Party in 2009. The American Democratic… Continue reading Top 6 Achievements of the American Democratic Party in 2009
What Is Tea Party All About ? The Tea Party is a nationwide grassroots movement that began on February 10, 2009. The Tea Party supporters claim to support the original intent of the United States Constitution as well as oppose government spending and socialized medicine (Obamacare). They are against what they call “socialism” which includes… Continue reading What exactly is the Tea Party in 2009 ?
In 1828, the Democratic Party was established in order to provide a political alternative for those who were not happy with how things were going. The Democrats represent an inclusive and diverse range of values that are often different from other parties such as Republicans or Independents. Whether you support social justice issues like LGBT… Continue reading History of American Democratic
7 Lessons for Democrats and Republicans From the 2009 Elections The Democratic party is in disarray. Though they managed to get Barack Obama elected and have the power, their enthusiasm has been waning due to Bush being out of office and Democrats controlling everything. However, Republicans are energized by anger over taxes while independents… Continue reading 7 Lessons for Democrats and Republicans From the 2009 Elections
Nancy Pelosi was the daughter of one of six children and grew up in Baltimore’s Little Italy. She attended Catholic school but aspired to be a social worker, trained by nuns at Our Lady Queen of Peace Academy for Girls. 2. Nancy Pelosi’s family has a long history of being… Continue reading 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Nancy Pelosi