Paul Wilson, Joe and Betty Anderlik Fellow in Culture and Media
Paul Wilson is in his third semester as an intern with the Media Research Center’s Culture and Media Institute. He holds a Bachelor of Science in History from Christendom College, and is currently in graduate studies at the Catholic University of America, with an aim towards attaining a Master’s Degree in History.
Paul has worked with the Media Research Center for eight months, and has striven to bring his talents to the help the Media Research Center accomplish its mission. He shares his thoughts on the vital work of the Media Research Center:
“The Media Research Center is a beacon of truth in the world that has forgotten and indeed declared war on its very existence. The American media level a barrage of misinformation at their viewers, and the Media Research Center provides an effective and timely antidote to the liberal bias that pervades both reporting and entertainment media."
Paul’s articles have received attention from numerous major media outlets, including Time Magazine, The Washington Times, and The Wall Street Journal.
Paul hopes to provide a strong voice in the pro-life and pro-family movement, and eventually seeks to enter the field of Catholic apologetics. He is the founder and editor of Gray Matters and is a regular contributor to the New Agora. He lives in Old Town Alexandria. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.