Here’s something to keep in mind the next time someone on the left starts talking about the importance of fairness.

College Fix editor Nathan Harden reports.

No Conservative Commencement Speakers at Top 30 Universities Last 2 Years

Bias. It’s a word we use all the time when we talk about the universities–especially the elite universities–in this country.

But what do we really mean when we make such an accusation? you say. What evidence do we really have to back it up?

Well, I’m glad you asked.

Harry Enton of 538 reports:

Conservatives have complained that they’ve been singled out, leaving only non-politicians and Democrats to offer a final word to newly minted college graduates. Based on commencement address data from the last two years, they’re right.

For the 2013 and 2014 commencement seasons, I looked up the guest commencement speaker at the top 30 universities and the top 30 liberal arts colleges as rated by U.S. News and World Report. In cases where there was no guest commencement speaker, I took the guest baccalaureate, class day or senior day speaker. In all cases, I noted if the speakers were American political figures, and if so their party affiliations. I counted people like the news anchor Chris Matthews, who worked for Democratic politicians, as a political figure. I didn’t count people like the author Toni Morrison, who is a Democrat but has never worked in a political office. I also only counted lead speakers, not recipients of honorary degrees.

As it turns out, I couldn’t find a single clearly aligned Republican political figure who spoke at any of these schools in the past two years…

Full story here.

As the saying goes–the numbers don’t lie. The folks who run these universities don’t even attempt to keep up the appearance of open debate or objectivity. It’s just naked, hard-left indoctrination, all the time.