Geoffrey Dickens

Deputy Research Director

Geoffrey Dickens is the Deputy Research Director at the Media Research Center. He currently writes for all of the MRC's publications and outlets including MRC.org, Newsbusters.org, Notable Quotables and has contributed to past projects including MediaWatch and MagazineWatch. Dickens has made several appearances on radio talk shows around the nation. His articles have been featured on many websites including the Drudge Report. You can see them here.

Born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia this native Washingtonian briefly left the area to earn a degree from Indiana University's School of Journalism. When he's not monitoring the media's liberal bias, Dickens can be found rooting for his beloved Washington Redskins, Washington Wizards, Washington Capitals and Indiana Hoosiers.

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MRC Study: ABC, CBS and NBC Cast GOP as Debt Ceiling Villains

By a Three-to-One Margin, Network News Stories Say Republicans Deserve More Blame than Democrats for Debt Impasse

Desperate Matthews Urges Viewers: Call Congress and Tell Them to Ignore Tea Party's 'Stay-At-Home' Bloggers

A desperate sounding Chris Matthews, on Thursday's Hardball, began his show by handing out the direct line to Congress as he urged his viewers to stand up against the "Tea Party members" and their ...

Media Softballs to Obama: Why Won't Republicans 'Budge' on Tax Increases?

Six out of seven reporters, called on by Barack Obama at today's press conference, asked a question of the President that came from the left and/or blamed Speaker John Boehner and the Republicans ...

MSNBC: Leaning Left for 15 Long Years - A Year-by-Year Video Retrospective

On Thursday night MSNBC's cast and crew gathered in Washington D.C. to celebrate their network being on the air for 15 long years. The following collection of the worst MSNBC quotes, year-by-year, ...

Herman Cain Jabs Back at Today Show Host Who Questions His Qualifications

On Monday's Today show, substitute host Savannah Guthrie got snippy with GOP presidential contender Herman Cain as she played up his lack of time in government as a negative and demanded of the ...

Flashback: MSNBC Hosts Called Bush a Murderous Fascist, Never Faced Suspensions

On MSNBC you can call a sitting president a "murderous" "fascist" even muse about putting the President on trial for war crimes, so long as that president is a Republican. But if you dare call a ...

Bashing Bachmann: A Review of Liberal Media's Most Obnoxious Attacks on the GOP Presidential Contender

Monday's official announcement by Republican Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann that she is running for the GOP nomination for President could spawn a whole new round of frenzied attacks by ...

Big Three Networks Ignore Obama's Medal of Honor Screw-Up

Barack Obama's confusing one living American war hero with a fallen one he honored in 2009, has been completely ignored by the Big Three network evening newscasts, including the same NBC Nightly ...

MSNBCer Compares Chris Christie to Tony Soprano

Tamron Hall was so taken aback by Chris Christie's "none of your business" response to a voter's question about why he puts his kids in private school that she blurted the New Jersey Republican ...

Politico Trumpets: Obama Returns to the 'Adoring Island' of Puerto Rico

Politico's write-up of Barack Obama's Puerto Rican trip depicted the President as a conquering hero making his long-awaited return to the "adoring island." Carrie Budoff Brown, in her June 14 ...

Matthews: Weiner in Trouble Because His Behavior Offends 'Culturally Backward' Christian Conservatives

On Thursday's Hardball, Chris Matthews determined that Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner could be in danger of being forced out of Congress by Blue Dog Dems who face uphill battles in red ...

Words of Wisdom from New Today Show Anchor Ann Curry: 'Never Google Drunk'

Thursday morning marked Ann Curry's first day as the new co-anchor for the Today show and perhaps as a way of moving on, the longtime newsreader is owning some of her worst gaffes and had this bit ...
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Media Protecting "Food Stamp President" Obama By Ignoring Growing Food Stamp Crisis

MRC Study Finds Virtually No Coverage of Tragedy of 44 Million Americans On Government Food Assistance

CBS News Producer: 'Dangerous' Palin Could Cause a Car Crash

The press is pouting because potential GOP presidential contender Sarah Palin is apparently having a bit of fun with them, by refusing to let them know in advance where she is headed on her bus ...

Media Throw a Fit Over 'Rude' Netanyahu 'Lecturing' Obama

For many in the media Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu's reaction to Barack Obama insistence that his country return to the 1967 borders was out of bounds. ABC's Christiane Amanpour declared she was ...

Even Ann Curry's Friends in the Liberal Media Make Fun of Her

What does it say about incoming Today show co-anchor Ann Curry that even her friends in the liberal media make fun of her? Time's managing editor Richard Stengel, did just that, in his Saturday ...

Brian Williams Fails to Report on His New Colleague's Conflict of Interest

Normally the announcement that a government official is leaving a post to join a company they had oversight of would invoke cries of crony capitalism from the likes of NBC Nightly News anchor ...

Stephen Colbert Slams MRC's Brent Bozell in Montage Mocking Use of Waterboarding in UBL Killing

Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert, on Tuesday's Colbert Report, featured MRC President L. Brent Bozell in his "The Word" segment that ridiculed those who credit enhanced interrogation or ...
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Katie Couric's Five Years at CBS Marked by Liberal Agenda and Low Ratings

Advertised as a "Straight Shooter," Couric's Liberal Skew Did Nothing to Repair Damage Caused by Dan Rather's Bias

Clift Slapped Down By Tim Carney: Obama Will Talk to Eva Longoria But Not Arizona Gov. Brewer

On this weekend's McLaughlin Group Newsweek's Eleanor Clift used the occasion of Barack Obama's immigration speech to opine that Hispanics "know which side, which party is on their side" and ...