Tim Graham

Tim Graham is Director of Media Analysis at the Media Research Center, where he began in 1989, and has served there with the exception of 2001 and 2002, when served ...

Tim Graham is Director of Media Analysis at the Media Research Center, where he began in 1989, and has served there with the exception of 2001 and 2002, when served as White House Correspondent for World magazine, the evangelical news weekly. He is the author of Pattern of Deception: The Media’s Role In The Clinton Presidency (1996) and co-author with Brent Bozell of a forthcoming book on Hillary Clinton’s media treatment titled Whitewash.

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A Story So Long Balance Emerges

On Monday, The New York Times published a sprawling article on its front page studying “A Prelate’s Record in the Abuse Crisis.” The prelate was New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan, ...

Would Richard Dreyfuss Yell at Obama?

Actor Richard Dreyfuss unfurled his artistic and political agenda on PBS’s Tavis Smiley show on Friday night, an unsteady amalgam of American exceptionalism and ultraliberalism. You wanted to look twice ...

Jon Stewart’s Comedy Bailout

President Obama’s comedy routine on Saturday night has created a new ethical quandary for satirists. Can The Daily Show be seen as independent from its supposed target, President Obama, when ...

Wearing Out the ‘Pathway to Citizenship’

The “Baconator” may be the name of a hamburger at Wendy’s, but it could also be an apt nickname for Washington Post reporter Perry Bacon’s robotic habit of repeating liberal-interest-group ...

Good Riddance, Pro-Life Druggist!

Usually, when a business closes, newspapers don’t cheer. Last November, the Washington Post mourned the loss of the local gay newspaper: “The Washington Blade, the weekly newspaper that chronicled the ...

Soda-Pop Horror Show?

While network news divisions fail to demonstrate any concern for how garishly gory or sexually vivid TV or movies or video games might affect the minds of children, they seem ...

NPR on the Protestant Gap

In advance of the Stevens retirement announcement, NPR Supreme Court reporter Nina Totenberg filed a report on Wednesday’s Morning Edition underlining that the departure of Stevens would leave behind a ...