Today, Rod Dreher wondered about Bobby Jindal’s presidential ambitions, spoke of his love for Starbucks, and responded to Alan Jacobs’s post about the decline of free speech in higher education.

Daniel Larison analyzed the conservative misunderstandings of younger voters, and Samuel Goldman addressed the blind spot of liberalism. Thomas E. Woods Jr. reviewed Richard M. Gamble’s In Search of the City on a Hill: The Making and Unmaking of an American Myth, and Jordan Bloom noted Rand Paul’s courting of the Latino vote.