Henninger seems not to understand that it is the amoral, corrupt behavior at the top (CEOs, politicians, media) that sets the example for those down to food chain to ignore some basic decisions of right and wrong, license and accountability, sharing versus greed.
Fix your own house and that of the ones in the corporate/Senate dining rooms before you lecture us.
Certainly the career called "journalism" could stand to examine their need for "ethics". As it stands, there is no evidence of any extant "ethics" except "if it supports Obama, then it's good".
As a scientist, when I do research, I have to "go with the data", and not what I would "prefer" the experiment to do. Once upon a time, "journalists" had a similar code of conduct. Unfortunately, recent events prove that such is no longer the case.
Democratic politicians and liberal pundits crying out for the renewal of ancient values
Baal, Asherah and Moloch?