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

Spiking Solyndra: Big Three Networks Barely Mention Burgeoning Scandal

Energy Secretary Steven Chu's admission, on Thursday, that he approved more taxpayer money to the financially strapped solar panel company Solyndra, after it defaulted on a $535 million loan from ...
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From Democratic Promoters to Republican Destroyers

MRC Study: ABC, CBS and NBC Tossed Friendly Liberal Questions to Democratic Candidates in 2007, but 2011 Republicans Treated as Ideological Adversaries

Buttressing Buffett: For 10 Years, the Liberal Media Championed Billionaire's Tax Increase Agenda

President Barack Obama's nicknaming his new tax increases on the wealthy the "Warren Buffett rule" is fitting since the billionaire has spent a decade campaigning for a tax hike, a campaign his ...

Emmy Host and Glee Star Jane Lynch Mocks Tea Party as Anti-Latina

It wouldn't be an awards show in Hollywood if there weren't the typical cheap shots against conservatives and the 63rd Emmy Primetime Awards host Jane Lynch didn't disappoint as she mocked the Tea ...
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MRC Study: CNN's Tea Party Debate More Fair Than NBC News/Politico Hatchet Job

A review of the 54 total debate questions asked by NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams and the Politco's John Harris to the Republican candidates shows that 25 of them came from the left, ...

Clift's 9/11 Regret: It Sparked Our 'Obsessive Focus' on Terrorism

Of all the major regrets she could have about 9/11, Newsweek's Eleanor Clift whined that the attacks on that tragic day sparked this nation's "Obsessive focus on terrorism." As part of a panel ...

Brokaw Panders to Perry Fears of Liberal Today Show Viewers

Tom Brokaw, on Wednesday's Today show, welcomed Rick Perry into the GOP race for president by trying to scare that show's liberal viewers with the Texas governor's views on Social Security and the ...

Chuck Todd's Best Spin for Bad Obama Poll Numbers: Congress is Worse

On to analyze results from the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, Todd told Today co-anchor Matt Lauer that "Just forty-four percent of the job the President is doing" and added he was at a ...
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Brian Williams Vs. Tea Party Conservatives

GOP Debate Moderator Has Long History of Admiring Obama and Badgering Republicans from the Left

MSNBCer: Did Republicans Reject Obama's Request for Speech Because of 'Color of His Skin?'

Appearing on Wednesday's edition of The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, MSNBC political analyst Richard Wolffe pondered that a possible reason for Republican's rejecting Barack Obama's request ...

NBC Reporter to Huntsman: Are Perry and Bachmann 'Too Far Right to Win?'

On Thursday's Today show NBC's Savannah Guthrie prodded Jon Huntsman to slam his fellow GOP presidential candidates Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann as too conservative, as she pressed the former ...

Ed Schultz: 'Pretty Boy' Rubio Will Be 'Ugly' to Senior Citizens

On Thursday's The Ed Show, Ed Schultz warned all the senior citizens in his audience to not be charmed by Republican Senator Marco Rubio saving Nancy Reagan from a fall because, according to ...

On HLN: Perry and Bachmann Pandering to Christian 'Fear'

Substitute hosting on HLN's The Joy Behar Show, on Tuesday, CNN's Don Lemon prodded Jay Bakker, the son of televangelist Jim Bakker, to accuse Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann of exploiting fears ...

Barbour Warns Perry: A Conservative, Christian, Southern Republican Like You Will Be 'Nitpicked' by Liberal Media

When NBC's Andrea Mitchell, on Friday, asked Haley Barbour if Rick Perry had to "clean up his language?" the former head of the RNC brushed back the host of MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Reports by ...

If You Thought Newsweek's Cover Photo of Bachmann Was Bad Wait Until You Read the Story...

When even the ultra-liberal National Organization for Women is attacking Newsweek's cover photo of Michele Bachmann as sexist it's clear that magazine has sunk to a new low, but the Lois Romano ...

Liberal Media Still Refuse to Tie Obama to 'Shocking' Food Stamp Crisis

NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams announced on Wednesday's show that "the number of Americans relying on food stamps has hit another all-time record" with "Nearly 46 million of your fellow ...

Disappointed Andrea Mitchell Hits Pelosi from the Left: Where Are the Tax Increases?

NBC's Andrea Mitchell, in an exclusive Wednesday interview with Nancy Pelosi aired on her MSNBC show, hit the Democratic House Minority Leader from the left on the debt agreement as she pronounced ...
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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 ...