I can completely understand how Suzanne Somers, sitcom star and Thighmaster spokesperson, can be considered an expert by The Wall Street Journal, which was, at one time, a serious news publication. She has authored a number of books about wellness issues, largely regarding the power of taking gobs of supplements. If that doesn't qualify one as having some sort of expertise these days, well, I guess that's just what comes from having things like standards. And anyhow, she isn't saying anything about the Affordable Care Act being a socialist Ponzi scheme that you couldn't get from Dr. Ben Carson.
Which is a delightful thing to suppose. I am sure WSJ will do better with WND as its near competitor than, say, the Washington Post or the NYT or any of them high-brow thinky-type news publications. I always say, aim for what you can hit.