Topic: Media Research Center
Apparently, when you're writing a story about conservative Christians, you're not supposed to identify them as such.
That's the attitude Clay Waters is taking in a Jan. 9 MRC TimesWatch item, in which he complains that the New York Times went on a "Biased Labeling Eruption" in a story about an upcoming meeting of conservative Christian leaders designed to figure out a way to unite behind a conservative Republican presidential candidate to more effectively counter the allegedly non-conservative Mitt Romney.
Waters did not explain conservative Christians should otherwise be labeled in a story in which the views of conservative Christians are central.
Further, Waters was silent about whether his boss, conservative Christian leader Brent Bozell, will be taking part in that meeting. If so, that's an undisclosed conflict of interest.