Question: Is there a liberal bias in Academia?
Answer: Is the Pope pro-life?
Protesting at Harvard Charmaine recently spoke to the Second Annual Conservative Women’s Conference at Harvard University. The topic was Balancing Family and a Career in Public Service.
The Alert Reader would wonder that a room of 100 conservative women on Harvard’s campus would be so strange, so counter-intuitive that the university’s newspaper of record would capture the kooks on copy.
The Alert Reader would be wrong.
Harvard’s Crimson newspaper can’t be bothered to send a reporter to listen to conservative credentialed experts speak.
This is not the weirdness that the Crimson craves.
Conservative: No Way
The Crimson will spill barrels of bytes on gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender genders issues. As if this were news or interesting outside the homosexual community.
The students seem to be in perpetual protest; the Crimson consumed with homosexuals.
Conservatives are left to do the learning.
But this is, of course, not newsworthy.
Thank you (foot)notes:
See Charmaine’s speech notes at the jump.