Exiled to Berkeley, Czesław Miłosz explored the margins of alienation, the horrors of his past, and visions of the future.
Articles by DC Authors
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What Will It Take To Make Democracy More Representative?
Multiple dimensions of identity simultaneously shape pathways to candidacy and representation for all groups seeking a seat.
Courts Off The Deep End, Again
Closing the courts, shutting down dissent, and violating the rights of whistleblowers. These are not the actions of an open, free society.
The Christian Evangelical Church
I am not against Big Business having a voice, just not all the voices, and especially not an impersonator pretending to speak for God.
No One In Monterey County Is Good Enough To Serve In Legislature
California’s “democratic reforms” have left a place as… [key] as Monterey County without any state representation from one of its own.
In America, the Joe-mocracy Rules
A republic? A democracy? No, our country is an avuncular autocracy run by old guys named joe.
Property Rights, Indiana-Style
Indiana’s justices have replaced constitutional property rights with ad hominem politics. Replacing them starts with better governors.
To The American Oligarchs: Lay Off Us
No matter how many jobs are ruthlessly pulled out from under us, we are still going to do what it takes to put food on the table.
Indiana’s Irrational Ballot Access System
Opposing the potential 2024 retention of the Chief Justice Loretta Rush will be key to preventing disability discrimination bad blood in Indiana courts.
Federal Judge Strikes Down Biden’s Loan Forgiveness program
What is unlawful is the Texas federal judge’s decision to strike down President Biden’s loan forgiveness program, not the program itself.