About professors oppressing their political views? Not so much.
Then again it is a liberal paper just continuing the liberal conspiracy to keep the good hearted conservatives oppressed.
But it does remind me of a story. Story time, chickens! Gather round!
Back in the paleolithic when I could only afford the letters grif, I participated in that annual tribal torture ritual called freshman philosophy. The prof was a gregarious old fellow who had been tenured since Charles Darwin found his finches and apropo just didn't give a damn what might come out of his mouth. Mostly what came out of his mouth were vast clouds of acrid cigar smoke despite the school's no smoking policy.
As we meandered through Plato and Descartes and Kant, unlike the rest of us who dreamed of fake ids and ties on the doorknob, one student became more and more frustrated. At times she would challenge the aged dragon but mostly she just huffed and growled. From her arguments it was apparent she was deeply religious.
Then one day, the old codger finally broke the young co-ed. He said, "I believe at least once in their college career everone should try atheism". With a gutteral moan the religious girl grabbed her belongings and stormed out of the classroom. A few minutes later, she returned to the door and began screaming "I don't understand how we can come here everyday and question the existence of God!"
The professor calmly replied, "My dear, when you signed up, you did realize this was a philosophy class and not a math class?"
Now some would call him a godless liberal. And they'd be right. Doesn't make it any less funny.