A recent article by the Cornell University newspaper reveals a surprising lack of political diversity among the school's faculty.

According the The Cornell Daily Sun, 96 percent of faculty political donations have gone to Democrats over the past four years.

According to the Sun, government professor Andrew Little suggested hiring Republicans would compromise the quality of Cornell’s professors. He was quoted saying, "Placing more emphasis on diversity of political beliefs when hiring [would] almost certainly require sacrificing on general quality or other dimensions of diversity."

"It is not surprising that faculty at Cornell find the anti-scientific rhetoric of many in the Republican Party to be troublesome,” Professor Kenneth McClane, English, said. “Many of us here are scientists — we believe in global warming, since we believe what the research tells us.”

"Our job is not to mold the minds of young students — they’ll go out into the world and do that for themselves," Professor Richard Bensel, government, stated. "Cornell does not have to be a banquet that offers every viewpoint."

On "Fox and Friends Weekend," CampusReform.org contributor Abigail Alger said that the college classroom should be a place for discussion and debate.

"When you off-handedly dismiss conservative students as being unintelligent, uninformed or simply wrong in their views, you shut that down," Alger said. "And that's the opposite of what we want to see in higher education." 

Watch the "Fox and Friends Weekend" clip above.


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