Oops: WSJ Forgot to Tell Us Most of Its Op-Ed Writers Are Romney Advisers

Abby Zimet

In a lapse of journalistic ethics deemed inexcusable by pretty much anyone who knows anything about journalistic ethics, the Wall Street Journal failed to disclose that ten of its op-ed writers - who regularly wrote anti-Obama screeds - were also advisers to Mitt Romney. Media Matters suggests you tell the WSJ this is not okay by you.


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