An op-ed piece in the Washington Times by a Harvard Law law student, "The academy’s war on free thinking," laments the lack of ideological diversity at top U.S. law schools, noting, for example, the claim by a Georgetown professor that the ratio of liberal to conservative faculty at his law school is 116 to 3. He says the lack of diversity harms the liberal student body, many of whom graduate "without having encountered a cogent articulation of conservative views in the classroom, without having had their own ideas subjected to rigorous examination and debate." As a result, he says, they "do not truly know why they hold the beliefs that they do, and they have little understanding of what a great proportion of their fellow citizens believe." Reader, if you graduated from a top law school, does this describe your experience? It certainly doesn't describe mine. But then, not every law school class can claim both Anne Coulter and Michael Newdow among its members.