From the Iowa City Press-Citizen:
Breakdown of UI facultyIt was just a couple months ago that the UI History department was revealed to have 27 Democrats and zero Republicans.
Out of 2,527 people:
• Democrat: 1,173 (46.4 percent)
• No party: 397 (15.7 percent)
• Republican: 205 (8.1 percent)
• Not registered: 752 (29.8 percent)
• There are 18 departments at UI with at least 10 registered faculty voters that include 80 percent or more registered Democrats, including Spanish and Portuguese, social work and community and behavioral health.
• There are 21 departments with at least 10 registered faculty voters with one or fewer Republicans, including the College of Law, teaching and learning and the School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
• There are seven departments with at least 10 registered faculty voters with zero registered Republicans, including history, anthropology and religious studies.
• If there is a Republican stronghold, it is in internal medicine, where there are 33 registered Republicans, or about 14.7 percent of registered voters. However, that also is the department with the largest number of Democrats. Internal medicine has 131 registered Democrats, which makes up 58.5 percent of the department.
• The department that comes in second is also the same for both parties. Pediatrics has 76 registered Democrats, or 61.8 percent, and 18 registered Republican voters, or 14.6 percent.
• Nursing has the third most registered Democrats with 66, or 74.2 percent, while anesthesia has the third most registered Republicans with 12, or 25.5 percent of the department.
• The departments with at least 10 or more registered voters with the highest percentage of Republicans are cardiothoracic surgery with four voters, or 36.4 percent, management sciences with six voters or 33.3 percent, urology with four voters, or 33.3 percent, otolaryngology head neck surgery with eight voters, or 29.6 percent, and biomedical engineering with 10 voters, or 27.8 percent.
• Possibly the most political department -- political science -- is 69.2 percent registered Democrat, among registered voters. There are 18 Democrats and two registered Republicans.
What do you do about it?
Well, you can't force people to switch their political affiliation and "affirmative action" based on political party preference is a ridiculous idea.
You pretty much have to keep pumping out these stories to the public in order to wake people up to the fact that "diversity" at the University of Iowa is a crock and that those in charge of it are hypocrites.
Oh, and you make fun of them. You ridicule them.
The "diversity" types, I mean. Not the Republicans the university "accidentally" hired. Ha ha! Because you know somewhere deep within the University of Iowa there are people wanting to "politically cleanse" the school of all Republicans. They're almost finished, by the looks of things.