Articles by: Ranch Kimball

Scott Pruitt: EPA Director’s Conduct Makes Strong Case for his Exit

By May 18, 2018

Politics:

During President Donald Trump’s campaign, he often repeated his promise to “Drain the Swamp.” It meant a pledge to, as he put it, “make our… Read More ›

North and South Korean Relations: Reasons for Cautious Optimism.

By February 26, 2018

International:

Tensions on the Korean Peninsula have recently eased. North and South Korea are engaged in diplomatic talks, including discussions about the former’s controversial nuclear weapon… Read More ›

A Better Deal: Reviving the Democratic Party

By October 20, 2017

Politics:

Democrats have failed to rebrand themselves since their defeat in the 2016 elections. Perhaps their best efforts were the slogans proposed by the Democratic Congressional… Read More ›

Election In The Gambia: A Fresh Start

By August 13, 2017

International:

In Africa, democracy is hard to come by, but for The Gambia, a small West African nation surrounded by Senegal, that dream may just be… Read More ›

Muslims in Myanmar: the enduring persecution of the Rohingya

Muslims in Myanmar: the enduring persecution of the Rohingya

By May 28, 2017

International:

Considered the “most friendless people in the world,” the Rohingya’s conditions have only been deteriorating. A small Muslim minority in Myanmar, the Rohingya have endured… Read More ›

The Gambian President: A new beginning of democracy in Africa

By March 9, 2017

International:

In Africa, elected governments are a rarity, but for the Republic of the Gambia, better known as The Gambia, the dream of democracy has the… Read More ›