It's got to do with the introduction.
I'll explain by way of a hypothetical so I'm not including any of the items on the list: Let us say we have become generally aware of a vexing problem in our country, that it's hot out and people can't get ice cream cones whenever they want them. So the government sets up a Department of Frozen Confections...which of course is stupid. And our temptation is to get distracted by that, because people with common sense understand that if you really want a fudgesicle, you just need to pony up a couple of bucks and you can have one. And so we think the great divide between liberals and people with common sense is, liberals can't form a vision of simply earning the $3 through honest labor, and then spending it. They want/need an agency to deliver them things.
That used to be the divide.
Things are changing though.
Think on this not in terms of conservatives and liberals, but in terms of conservatives, liberals and moderates. It's important because most people self-identify as moderate. The department is created and the stalwart conservatives will write some blog posts about how terrible this is, taxpayer money is being wasted, kids are being taught how to go begging to Uncle Sam instead of how to do some hard work...these are all legitimate complaints. But most people don't identify with them. Most people will say "Eh, that's a stupid idea but who cares." And they'll agree with the liberals, ultimately. After all you can't stop it, the department's already created.
And the liberals will harass people in restaurants and spit in their food, if a single syllable is ever uttered against this new Department of Frozen Confections.
But then a funny thing happens.
The DFC doesn't hand out any ice cream cones to anybody. It goes off on this wild tear, subsidizing "alternative milk product" development because cows are bad for the environment. Or they find some other excuse to harass people and get involved in all sorts of goofy projects that have nothing to do with fudsicles.
What then develops is this bizarre, crazy-quilt divide between promise vs. delivery, between labels vs. packaging, between expectation vs. fulfillment. This is where the support of liberal initiatives shrinks. See, the die-hard liberal is always going to go by the label. It's the ice cream department! Because that's what the announced intention was...you stupid idiot. But gradually the moderates who simply have some common sense, and didn't identify as conservatives...come to swing over to the conservative side, after years and years of paying cable and telephone bills with "Department of Frozen Confection" surcharges at the bottom.
Bottom-lining it, liberals have a real problem with learning from experience. They can't grasp that a symbol of something might be different from the actual thing. "Education," to a liberal, is exactly that and it can't mean anything different..."ANTIFA" must be anti-fascist, they're entirely unswayed by the accumulated evidence that the group is, in fact, fascist. And it's not just because they sympathize with them ideologically, although there is that. The big problem is that the name says anti-fascist. That it might actually mean something different from that, doesn't register.
"This undocumented migrant's 'child' might actually not be his child" -- they can't even comprehend the possibility.
Some of this is by definition, since a lot of liberals are young. You can't have much experience when you're young, that's what being young is. That's why liberals want to lower the voting age. They must.
They haven't come up with a cogent answer to the question "What's the difference between socialism and 'democratic socialism'?" Because there isn't one. D.S. is a label invented by left-wing power-brokers to bamboozle left-wing acolytes.
They think "journalists" actually do journalism, and "climate scientists" actually do climate science. This is why the divide exists, is so wide & deep, and is getting worse. You can explain to them until you're blue in the face, your own personal story of how you came to suspect "climate change" might have more to do with politics than science. And you won't get through, not because they're disagreeing with you, but because they cannot understand how something might possibly be different from what it represents itself to be.
They didn't read Little Red Riding Hood, or if they did, it was lost on them that the big bad wolf pretended to be L.L.R.H.'s bedridden grandmother. They may have watched Fargo, but if they did, they missed the significance of Mike Yamagita fibbing to Marge Gunderson about being married to Linda Cooksey, how before that surprise Margie had never earnestly dealt before with prevarication. Didn't pick up that the whole story is about her world getting a little bit bigger, how she had to change her worldview to solve the crime.
This is the problem liberals have. It's not all caused by inexperience. There are some old liberals out there. You'll notice they all have that weird, mean look about them. It is the look that comes from having given up on untangling the mysteries of deceptive labeling, chalking up all detected contradictions in life to the sinister machinations of "George W. Bush and his oil buddies." It is the look of realizing you've been deceived, again and again and again, and then failing to anticipate or untangle the deception, and eventually resolving to join the deceivers.
They're confused, and angry because they can't see a way through their confusion. They rely too much on the verity of labels, and not enough on their own experiences.
This is connected, I'm convinced, to their obsession with leaving it up to government to handle everything and forcing all their fellow citizens to do likewise. "Don't need a gun, call nine one one"; it's connected to all that.