Texan99 offered up an Aeon link about who mistrusts science and why. Then Sponge-Headed Scienceman also sent me two Aeon articles today: One questioning whether all that evidence that meditation makes the world a better place is all that scientifically solid. (Short answer. No. But the long answer is fun.) The second examining the contradictions in research into the benefits of psychedelics. (Answer. It depends what you mean by benefits.)
I like Aeon. Their starting point is not mine; they seem more as I was in the 1980's. They seem to be essential liberals, but ones that seek to find the right answer to things. This means that they still make many assumptions I think they shouldn't, but as T99 also notes, they seem to be really trying out there and deserve some credit for it. Certainly, they are more likely to get liberals to listen than anything I'm going to put out there.
Because of the above, they have a good deal to teach conservatives as well. Some of it will be "Suspicions Confirmed," but other parts will be "Y'know, that is an angle I hadn't considered."