An interesting treatment in The Chronicle of Higher Education of the Claremont Institute, Straussian thinking, and some intellectuals who support Donald Trump. (It could be seen as a kind of companion piece to this NYT story on the new journal American Affairs.)
Henry Olsen worries that the current iteration of the American Health Care Act may disappoint the working-class voters who were crucial for the GOP victory in 2016.
Ross Douthat reflects on the worries of some who fear that Jane Austen has too many "alt-right" fans. A particularly striking claim: efforts by the far left to "abolish canons and police certain forms of memory" may in part be motivated by a desire to suppress the diversity of cultural expression in the past.