What's Mallard raving about today?
Mallard examines the make up of a self-selecting group and conflates it with bias. Professors at the nations most prestigious Universities do not support the political party which would eliminate the Department of Education if it could. Stop the presses.
Just as meaningful would be, for example, examining the number of Democrats and Republicans among ballet dancers or Regency University professors.
But even that pales in comparison to the intellectual laziness with which Mallard attempts, and fails, to make his point.
First his protagonist says that her education had balance. Then she says she would thank her conservative professors if the university had any. All of which means that her non-conservative professors are the ones who provided her with balance in her education. So, what's the problem, then, Mallard?