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,, 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

Iowa '08 Flashback: Media Begins Flirtation with Obama, But Still Hailing Hillary

At this time four years ago the liberal media was just starting its flirtation with Barack Obama in Iowa, while others still carried the torch for Hillary Clinton. On the eve before the Iowa ...
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ABC's Morning Show Host Gets Chance to Jab GOPers in Primetime

Debate Moderator Stephanopoulos Hits Republican Candidates from the Left on Good Morning America

Flashback: Boston Globe Reporter Praised Barney Frank's 'Integrity' in Wake of Prostitution Scandal

Barney Frank's retirement announcement could have come as early as 1989 but back then the liberal Democratic congressman from Massachusetts relied on the liberal attitudes of his constituents and ...

Big Three Networks Devote a Scant 36 Seconds to Obama's 'Lazy' Gaffe

According to Politico, Barack Obama's "lazy" gaffe is "catching fire," but you wouldn't know that if you got your news from the major networks. The President's remark, made at the Asia-Pacific ...
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Still Thrilled by Obama

Four years ago, the ABC, CBS and NBC morning shows celebrated the “rock star” Democrats running to replace George W. Bush, and no candidate set journalists’ pulses racing faster than Barack Obama. ...

Big Three Networks Don't Care About OWS Crimes Until Democratic Mayors Do

Through the month of October, as this MRC study found, the Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) networks completely ignored the numerous charges of sexual assaults at OWS protests on their evening and ...

Jon Stewart Revels in Rick Perry's 'Brain Turd' Moment as the 'Dope Diamond'

Jon Stewart, on Thursday's Daily Show, repeatedly mocked Rick Perry for his, as he put it, "brain turd" moment at this week's CNBC debate. Jon Stewart, on Thursday's Daily Show, repeatedly mocked ...

ABC and NBC Spike Eric Holder's Fast and Furious Testimony

NBC and ABC in their evening and morning newscasts completely ignored the grilling Eric Holder received on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, over his role in the Fast and Furious scandal.
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Occupier Outrages Omitted

Study: ABC, CBS and NBC Overlook Radicalism and Criminal Behavior at Occupy Wall Street Protests; Soundbites Favorable by 19-1

NBC's Chuck Todd Admonishes Andrea Mitchell for Lame Attempt to Play Race Card on Rick Perry

Andrea Mitchell's attempt, on her Wednesday MSNBC show, to imply Rick Perry was being racially insensitive, for calling fellow GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain "brother," during Tuesday's ...

Big Three Networks Devote a Mere 40 Seconds to ObamaCare Fail

Add the CLASS Act to the ever growing list of damaging stories (Solyndra, Fast and Furious) to the bungling Obama administration that the media are, for the most part, whistling by. The news last ...
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A Tale of Two Protests: Media Cheer Wall Street Occupiers But Jeered Tea Partiers

Study: ABC, CBS and NBC loaded their broadcasts with 33 full stories in just 11 days of coverage of the Occupy Wall Street protests.
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Counting the Reasons to Defund

The 20 Most Memorable Leftist Excesses of Public Broadcasting

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 ...