Below is a link to a published in the WSJ, for your reading interest, and to induce eye-rolling.
For an added level of entertainment, for those who have WSJ access, take a look at the comments from readers associated with this article. Some real prizewinners there making comments.
Because there may be some copyright issues with pasting the article, the email link from WSJ is below.
From The Wall Street Journal
By HOLMAN W. JENKINS, JR.
Aug. 28, 2015 7:04 p.m. ET
Consumer Reports Spends Its Juice, Badly
I must say, as much as I generally can read and find some useful points in an Op-Ed piece, this is poorly reasoned at nearly every angle... Perhaps every angle.
There is either an agenda here, an effort to be inflammatory, or both.
I am disappointed in the WSJ for allowing such a piece to appear in their publication, masquerading as journalism, and instead is really an improperly reasoned Op-Ed piece.
Free speech is good, but this type of piece should have had a published counter-point opinion at the very least.
I have more thoughts on this but will curtail them for now.
Let the comments begin...