The article is flawed. Possibly it would have been correct fifty years ago; not today. For (1) Student bodies at Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Brown, Amherst, Williams, and most “elite” private colleges and universities are diverse racially and economically, to the point that the political right is extremely critical of their admissions policies. Many of these schools practice need-blind admissions, which offer full scholarships (no loans) to everyone who is admitted, based on the students’ abilities to pay. (2) Student bodies at elite schools tend strongly toward the Left, support social justice, and are critical of the wealthy establishment, another issue that draws the ire of the Right. (3) Students at elite schools who do tend Right do not as a rule go into journalism; they go to business or law schools. Those who enter journalism by and large want to be investigative reporters. (4) Graduates who wind up at the WSJ are likely to support the GOP, but has anyone noticed how critical the WSJ has been of Trump?