FOURTH TURNING ALERT. Substance matters more than symbolism, and those who are less quick to discover that are likely to marginalize themselves. David Brooks argues that the substance that matters is what young adults, relatively free of the conventional wisdoms of the past, see. Joel Kotkin and Fred Siegel call the roll of failed conventional wisdoms, noting inter alia that viewpoint diversity on the campus must come. Power Line, making a case for Express Messenger status, recommended these articles (here) and caught a prominent academician in an inconsistency and made a case for pressuring moderate Republicans on tax policy.