A close look at a public university and its past speakers reveals that liberal speakers are welcomed and conservatives are not.
The survey by Campus Reform showed that there were just three conservative speakers featured at 69 politically-oriented events put on by the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Julaine Appling of the Wisconsin Family Council says she's not surprised, pointing out that it's a frequent, longtime pattern at secular universities.
"It's not just that campus," she says. "It's on the entire U-W system here in our state and, quite frankly, I think we're typical of every other state-supported, secular university system across this country."
Campus Reform reported the conservative speakers were 2nd Amendment advocate-attorney Dave Kopel, Washington Post reporter David Weigel, and economic analyst Scott Winship.