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

Updated: Chris Matthews Highlighted Faulty Daily Kos/Research 2000 Poll on Hardball

With the news that Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas is suing the polling group Research 2000 for providing "bunk" results that his Web site published, the question has to be asked: Will those ...

Jim Cramer Admits the Obvious: Obama's Policies Not Working

CNBC's Jim Cramer appeared on Wednesday's Today show and pretty much admitted the obvious to Meredith Vieira, that all of Barack Obama's policies geared to help hiring are "not working." On to ...

Matt Lauer Lectures: 'Our Appetite for Oil' Caused Spill

NBC's Matt Lauer, on Tuesday's Today show, blamed America's "appetite for oil" as the reason for the spill in the Gulf and asked former NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw if the country will ...

Matthews: Republicans Putting Pins in Kagan Like She's a Voodoo Doll

From the morning to the evening Chris Matthews, during MSNBC's coverage of Elena Kagan's hearing on Monday, berated what he saw as GOP mistreatment of Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee, calling ...

Five Out of Five Lib Journalists Agree: Obama's Big Government Push Helps Dems in '10!

On the syndicated Chris Matthews show over the weekend, Chris Matthews praised Barack Obama for earning another "big feather" in his cap for getting his Wall Street reform bill passed and asked ...

Matthews Teases His Documentary About Scary and Violent Tea Party

If Chris Matthews' preview, on Tuesday's Hardball, of his heavily promoted MSNBC documentary Rise of the New Right, is an indicator of what his special will be like expect a lot of rehashing of ...

Matthews Exclaims 'Tea Partier Declares War!' Warns of Movement's 'Lock and Load Mentality'

Chris Matthews, on Monday's Hardball, claimed that a Tea Party candidate, in his new ad, had just declared war and warned this was an example of the "lock and load mentality" of "the Tea Party folk."

On Hardball: Obama Too Cautious About Exerting His Power

Newsweek's Howard Fineman, on Monday's Hardball, pushed Barack Obama to "overdo" and "overstep" in his efforts to get BP to plug the leak and stop the oil spill in the Gulf, something Fineman ...

Newsweek's Clift Mocks GOP Women's Pro-Life Views as 'So Yesterday'

Newsweek's Eleanor Clift, on this weekend's syndicated The McLaughlin Group, slighted conservative pro-life women everywhere when she applied California Republican Senate candidate Carly Fiorina's ...

Today Show Cares More About Fiorina Gaffe Than Sestak Scandal

As of this Friday, NBC's Today show has yet to mention the Joe Sestak scandal, however they did find time to poke fun at Republican California Senate candidate Carly Fiorina making fun of ...

NBC's Mitchell Scolds Big Labor for Daring to 'Embarrass' White House

NBC's Andrea Mitchell took up the cause of the White House in admonishing Big Labor for wasting their money on trying to defeat Arkansas Democratic Senator Blanche Lincoln in the primary there, as ...

On Today: Dems Happy 'Too Conservative' Tea Party Candidate Won Primary

On Wednesday's Today show NBC's Matt Lauer, Chuck Todd and Kelly O'Donnell forwarded the Democratic line that Tea Party candidate victories in Republican primaries will be the GOP's downfall in ...

NBC's Lauer Prompted Obama's Use of the 'A' Word

In teasing the more emotional portion of Matt Lauer's exclusive Today show interview with Barack Obama, in which he blurted that he needed to "know whose ass to kick" over the oil spill in the ...

NBC's Mitchell Mourns: 'A Sad Way' for Helen Thomas' Career to End

On her self-titled MSNBC show on Monday, Andrea Mitchell Reports, NBC's Andrea Mitchell mourned Helen Thomas' resignation as a long time White House correspondent, over recent inflammatory remarks ...

Stunner! Liberal Journalists Compare Obama to...Jimmy Carter

Things must really be going bad for Barack Obama if the likes of longtime liberal journalists Mark Halperin and Jonathan Alter are comparing him to that glorious failure of a president - Jimmy ...

NBC's Mitchell: 'What Is It About Testosterone That Gets Us Into War?'

In what was a twist of "Blame America First" attitude into one of "Blame Men First" both NBC's Andrea Mitchell and Newsweek's Evan Thomas, on Thursday's Andrea Mitchell Reports, used pop ...

Ed Schultz Sells Book, Pushes Obama From the Left on Today Show

NBC's Today show has yet to interview or plug any of conservative radio talk show host's Mark Levin's best-selling books but on Tuesday's Today show they helped sell two liberals' books as they ...

On Today Show, Palin Stalker McGinniss Compares Her to Nazis

NBC's Matt Lauer invited on author and new Sarah Palin stalker/neighbor Joe McGinniss to defend his moving in next to the Palin residence in Wasilla, Alaska, on Tuesday's Today show, and the ...

On Hardball: Obama's 'Gut Moment' With Daughter May Quiet Critics

Both Chris Matthews and Chuck Todd were taken aback by Barack Obama delivering a "personal connection moment" in today's press conference when he told reporters that his daughter Malia asked him: ...

Today Show Features 'Family Divided, Kids Separated from Mother By Immigration Laws'

NBC's Natalie Morales, on Wednesday's Today show, introduced Telemundo's Maria Celeste Arraras to tell the story of a South Florida family that has been separated by immigration laws in a segment ...