As you know, our official survey of the op-ed pages nation’s most influential print and online media outlets begins on Monday. But based on some preliminary findings, I wanted to note that today is the Wall Street Journal‘s fourth consecutive day of excluding 50% of the population from its debates on healthcare, foreign policy, the economy and all the other important issues facing our country.
For the fourth day in a row today, the Journal‘s op-ed page is entirely male-penned. Not a single woman’s voice to be found.
Women control 83% of household spending in this country, so why are their ideas 100% absent from the country’s most influential financial news source?