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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Author Articles

NBC's Todd Relays Democratic Talking Points On GOP Ads

NBC's Chuck Todd, on Friday's Today, played defense for the Democrats as he relayed their spin on political commercials, noting that "outside independent groups, mostly Republican, are benefitting ...

CBS's Early Show Ignores Jerry Brown Aide Calling Meg Whitman a 'Whore'

California Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown was caught on tape in a conversation with an aide, in which that aide called his Republican opponent Meg Whitman a "whore" and CBS's Early ...

Lauer Tosses Softballs to DNC Chair Tim Kaine on Today

Just a day after NBC's Matt Lauer engaged in a rough interview with Republican New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino, Lauer engaged in a much more friendly chat, with DNC chairman Tim ...

Matt Lauer and Carl Paladino Duke It Out on the Today Show

With Election Day just a month away NBC's Matt Lauer, on Tuesday's Today show, attacked New York GOP gubernatorial nominee Carl Paladino repeatedly with such pejoratives as "angry" "nasty" and ...

Today Show Turns to Walter Mondale to Advise Obama

Former Vice President Walter Mondale appeared on Monday's Today show to plug his new book and NBC's Amy Robach asked the failed 1984 presidential candidate if he had any advice for Barack Obama, ...

Chris Matthews Admits America Is 'Basically Conservative'

Chris Matthews began Wednesday's Hardball in usual fashion attacking the Tea Party as the "Cro-Magnon political party," but he ended this evening's show in an unexpected way as the MSNBCer advised ...

NBC Reporter Impressed that Obama Can Draw a Crowd in Liberal Madison, Wis.

NBC's Savannah Guthrie, on Wednesday's Today show, proclaimed: "The President proved last night, in Wisconsin, he can still pack tens of thousands of young people into an arena" but lost on ...

Matthews to Disaffected Left: C'mon Obama Has Pushed the Progressive Policies 'We Were All Taught' in Grad School to Do!

A frustrated Chris Matthews, on Tuesday's Hardball, chided the left for being disappointed in Barack Obama as he essentially told them, he's the best they've got and are going to get. During a ...

Wildest Larry O'Donnell Tirades: 9/11 Was Bush's Fault, Trashes Vietnam Vet as 'Creepy Liar'

Prior to the Monday night debut of Lawrence O'Donnell's new show, The Last Word, MSNBC has been running promos where O'Donnell proclaims how much "political pressure there is on everyone involved" ...

Matt Lauer Prods Obama to Push Back Against GOP on NBC-Universal Wide Broadcast

With just five weeks to go before the midterms NBC-Universal devoted a full half hour of commercial free air time, across its many properties including MSNBC, USA, Bravo and even Syfy, so that ...

Lauer Lets Audience Member Ask the Tough Question of Obama So He doesn't Have To

As part of a sweeping NBC-Universal channel wide broadcast that included NBC outlets like MSNBC, USA, Bravo, Syfy and the Oxygen network, Barack Obama was interviewed by Matt Lauer, on Monday's ...

Matthews: GOP's 'Pledge to America' is the Biggest Cover Up Since Watergate

Chris Matthews thinks the Republican Party's Pledge to America is all part of a ploy to hide the more "radical" ideas of their party as he, on Thursday's Hardball, announced that the GOP ...

Tom Brokaw Dissed 'Contract With America' Then, Disses 'Pledge To America' Now

Back in 1994, as the MRC's Brent Baker recently pointed out, Tom Brokaw derided the Contract with America as "long on promises, but short on sound premises." So on the very day that Republican ...

Today Show Refuses to Attach Democratic Label in CA 'Corruption on Steroids' Story

NBC's Tamron Hall blared, "It's being called 'corruption on steroids'" while George Lewis added, "It's been an angry summer in Bell, California, once people learned that city officials awarded ...

Bill Maher on Hardball: I Wish Obama Was More Like Jimmy Carter

Bill Maher was invited on Chris Matthews' Hardball show, on Tuesday night, to discuss his old guest panelist Christine O'Donnell's controversial statements about practicing witchcraft in high ...

NBC Reporter Warns Global Warming Now Endangering the Walrus

It seems like every few years there's a new mascot for Team Global Warming. First it was the polar bear, then the Arctic fox and now it's the walrus's turn. On Monday's Today show, Lee Cowan ...

On Today: Jimmy Carter Defends Record, Hopes Tea Party Fades in 2012

NBC's Matt Lauer invited on Jimmy Carter, on Monday's Today, to defend his record and comment on the Tea Party movement as the former President claimed if "all my reforms" had "taken effect" the ...

Today Show Hypes Christine O'Donnell's Witchcraft Past

Today co-anchor Matt Lauer, on Monday morning, couldn't wait to tell viewers about the revelation that Christine O'Donnell once admitted to practicing witchcraft, as he greeted viewers at the top ...

Today Co-Hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb Endorse New Bloomberg Smoking Ban

In the fourth hour of Thursday's Today show NBC's Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb took a strong stance against the right to smoke, pretty much everywhere, as both endorsed Mayor Mike Bloomberg's ...

On Today: Is The Tea Party Hurting The GOP?

It's quite possible NBC's Meredith Vieira has never shown more concern about the Republican Party's ability to win elections than she did on Thursday's Today show, of course that may be because ...