Trey Dimsdale is director of strategic partnerships at First Liberty Institute in Plano, Texas and an associate fellow at the Centre for Enterprise, Markets, and Ethics, a free market think tank in Oxford, England. He holds a law degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City as well as degrees in ethics and political science. He lives in Fort Worth, Texas with his wife Brooke, a teacher, and their son Carter.
Latest Articles by Trey Dimsdale, J.D.
- Since the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215, the democratic institutions of England (and by extension the United Kingdom) have been engaged in a careful dance with the monarch. The monarch
- Not every European headline makes it across the Atlantic, but the intense domestic debate now blazing in the United Kingdom over the nation’s future relationship with the European Union has
- In 1919 the political landscape of Europe had been drastically rearranged, the United States had emerged from relative isolation onto the world scene, and the western world was in shock at
- This month marks the seventh anniversary of the start of the Syrian Civil War. Syria was, albeit governed by dictator Bashar al-Assad, a stable nation but today it is in ruins, with so many
- South Africa’s institutionalized national sin of radical and often violent racial segregation, officially known as Apartheid, ended in the early 1990s. Changes in law, however, do not