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

Lauer to Romney: 'Aren't We Better Off' With Obama?

Matt Lauer pressed former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney mostly from the left, on Tuesday's Today, as he made the case that the economy is doing better thanks to the President as he posited ...

Matthews: Obama Must Summon All His 'Music and Magic' to Pass Health Care

These must be really desperate times for the Democrats, if the syndicated Chris Matthews Show that was aired over the weekend is any indication, as both the host and one of the guests claimed ...

Matthews: GOP Kept Their 'Crazies in the Closet' But Still Sounded Like N. Korean Commies

Chris Matthews, during a special post-health care summit two hour edition of Hardball on Thursday night, dissected the GOP strategy as one of keeping their "crazies" like Michele Bachman and Joe ...

NBC's Brian Williams Ignores Rangel Corruption Charges - UPDATED

On Thursday's NBC Nightly News Williams completely ignored the news that a House Ethics committee found that long time New York Democratic Congressman Charles Rangel accepted corporate money for ...

Matthews: GOP Worried About Obama Standing Over Them 'Like God'

On Wednesday's Hardball, Chris Matthews raised a GOP concern that Barack Obama should not speak in an "elevated" position, by using a podium, at the health care summit because it would present ...

Matthews: Do Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity Honestly Believe What They Say?

Chris Matthews on Tuesday's Hardball questioned the sincerity of Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity as the MSNBC host asked his guest radio talk show host Michael Smerconish: "Do you think they ...

Confused Matthews: What Does Patriot Mean These Days?!

On Wednesday's Hardball Chris Matthews brought on his liberal compatriot from Salon.com Joan Walsh to double team Let Freedom Ring's Colin Hanna and slander the tea partiers as racist nuts that ...

Vieira Aids James Cameron in Whitewashing Anti-Military 'Avatar'

Director/producer James Cameron was invited on the Today show Wednesday, for a second time, to promote his movie Avatar (as if the top grossing movie of all-time really needed it). Co-host ...

Hardball Spins: Bayh Quitting Because There's No Room for 'Centrists'

Since the announcement of his resignation from the Senate the common label (from CNN to MSNBC) of Indiana Democratic Senator Evan Bayh seems to be that of a "centrist." On Monday's Hardball both ...

Geraldo Rivera to Ann Coulter: 'Is Cheney Giving Aid and Comfort to the Enemy?'

Geraldo Rivera, on Fox News' Geraldo At Large on Sunday, essentially accused Dick Cheney of treason for criticizing the Obama administration over the weekend, as he asked panelist Ann Coulter if ...

On Today: Should GOP Be Afraid of Palin and Her Tea Party Supporters?

NBC's Matt Lauer, along with MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, spent a whole segment on Monday's Today show wondering if Sarah Palin, and the Tea Party supporters she appeals to, posed a problem for the ...

Worried Lauer Presses First Lady On Health Care: 'Can Your Husband Get It Done?'

Michelle Obama sat down for an exclusive, multi-part interview with NBC's Matt Lauer on Wednesday's Today show and as expected with any QA with a First Lady the co-host tossed the perfunctory ...

Matthews: How Do You Make Pompous Republicans 'Pay' for Being Against Everything?

Chris Matthews demanded Republicans be punished for their, as he put it on Tuesday's Hardball, opposition to "everything that tries to solve the country's problems."

Newsweek Reporter Urges Obama to 'Bully' Republicans

Newsweek's Katie Connolly, on the syndicated Chris Matthews Show over the weekend, determined that Barack Obama, even in the face of the stunning loss in Massachusetts, needs to become more ...

NBC's O'Donnell Refuses to View Scott Brown Win as a Victory for GOP

NBC's Kelly O'Donnell, over the last three days on the Today show, has refused to acknowledge Scott Brown's success as something for the GOP to celebrate.

Vieira to Scott Brown: You're Derailing Cause of Teddy's Lifetime

NBC's Meredith Vieira, on Wednesday's Today show, rained on Scott Brown's parade as she wondered if the Senator-Elect's post-victory call to Ted Kennedy's widow Vicki was an awkward moment since, ...

Matthews Blares: A Vote for Scott Brown is 'Premeditated Murder for Health Care!'

Chris Matthews left no doubt for Massachusetts voters what was at stake with their vote in today's Senate election as the MSNBC host, on Tuesday's Hardball, underlined, in graphic terms, that a ...

NBC Reporter Accuses Scott Brown of Ducking GOP Label

On Tuesday's Today show NBC's Kelly O'Donnell - apparently reaching to find something negative to say about the surging Scott Brown - accused the Republican Massachusetts Senate candidate of ...

Brokaw Digs: Americans Helping Haiti, 'Rush Limbaugh Aside'

NBC's Tom Brokaw, on Monday's Today show, joined in the chorus of those depicting Rush Limbaugh as some sort of insensitive lout who doesn't want Americans to donate to the Haitian earthquake ...

NBC's Today Frets: Will Democrats Lose 'Ted Kennedy's Seat?'

With Massachusetts State Senator Scott Brown surging in the polls, NBC's Today show, on Friday, assigned Kelly O'Donnell to highlight the race for the open Senate seat in Massachusetts pitting ...