Clay Waters is the director of Times Watch, a project of the Media Research Center that keeps tabs on the liberal bias of the New York Times. He worked in the news division at MRC HQ from 1993-1998. After a stint as opinion editor at a financial news wire in Manhattan, he returned to the fold in 2003 to head up the new Times Watch project.
Like the chilly weather that blew through New York City this week after a mild winter, the New York Times' recent cooling toward John McCain marks a profound switch from the paper's years of warm and fuzzy coverage.
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