From the transcript of a recent "Vortex" segment on Church Militant TV:
The revolution in education has been fought and won by secularist humanists, and they completely dominate the academy now with no end in sight. And while this is true across all the disciplines, it is most pronounced in the very disciplines that give them the greatest access to the minds of the youth — the humanities, social sciences and history. One recent study revealed that the ratio of tenured crackpots to conservatives on college campuses in these particular fields was approaching 30:1.
What an interesting survey! Was it self-reported, I wonder? Perhaps the questionnaire was something like this:
A) A conservative
B) A tenured crackpot?
I'm not saying they're wrong, by the way. I suppose my sentimental side would like to think there's a little bit of middle ground-- those who are tenured and only mildly delusional, for instance.