In today’s Washington Times, African-American

In today’s Washington Times, African-American economist Walter Williams lambastes the “phony diversity” of America’s college campuses. Williams cites a study showing that at colleges such an Brown, Cornell, and Harvard only 5 percent or less of the faculty is Republican or Libertarian. The study found that 9 percent of Ivy League faculty voted for George Bush in 2000. That’s about the same percentage of newspaper journalists who, according to a Freedom Forum study, voted for the first President Bush in the 1992 election.

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