One of my themes here is that liberal establishment ideas are rooted in unexamined assumptions and privileges. So, two relevant links:
1) From Quillette, an article arguing that the difference between Eastern and Western Europe on the issue of Muslims refugees is that Eastern Europeans have been the conquered rather than the conquerors. I personally support taking in refugees, but I think the mindset of those who disagree is worth understanding rather than dismissing. However, I think the biggest error in this piece is exaggerating Western European openness to refugees.
2) Timothy Burke uses the example of Donald Trump to dispute Jonathan Haidt's claim that liberals don't have a sense of sacred vs. profane. Burke argues that liberals simply hold sacred very different things than what conservatives hold sacred. Here I strongly agree with Burke. Liberalism has plenty of religious aspects.