Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on Wednesday slammed the media’s seemingly “universal” push for gun control. Appearing on Varney and Company, he explained, “There are three issues, Stuart, where the media... won't brook dissension. Gay rights, global warming, and gun control.” 

Media Research Center President Brent Bozell bashed the networks for hiding Hillary Clinton in debates that almost no one is watching. Appearing on Varney and Company, Friday, to explain the practice, he quipped, “History shows us that the more you see of these Democrats, the less you like them. The more you see of Hillary Clinton, she showed that on her book tour, the less the public likes her.”

Media Research Center founder and President Brent Bozell slammed the media’s lack of interest in Barack Obama’s aimless, muted response to the latest terror attack on the United States. At the same time, he contrasted this with the networks obsession with what Bozell described at Donald Trump’s “reckless,” “stupid” remarks on Muslims. 

MRC President Brent Bozell on Thursday slammed the media’s mocking of religious Americans who offered prayers in the wake of the shooting in California. Responding to a New York Daily News cover saying, “God Isn’t Fixing This,” Bozell attacked, “If you don't want to believe in God, you don't want to believe in God. But what the New York Daily News did here was take it far further than that and ridicule people of faith for offering simple prayers.” 

MRC President Brent Bozell on Monday slammed CNBC’s biased presidential debate, mocking it as a "debacle." Appearing on Varney and Co., Bozell attacked, “I think it was a complete debacle for the entire NBC brand and frankly it was probably the final straw. There was like no pretense of objectivity here.” 

MRC president Brent Bozell was interviewed by Stuart Varney on the Fox Business program Varney & Co. on Monday morning on the subject of the media's Donald Trump obsession. Varney asked Brent if the networks are giving Trump positive coverage to try and help the Democrats. Bozell's answer: not exactly. Trump dominates the airwaves, but the angles are largely negative:

Media Research Center President Brent Bozell on Wednesday urged journalists to continue covering the bombshell developments related to Hillary Clinton's use of a private E-mail server as Secretary of State. Appearing on Varney and Company, Bozell compared the story to Watergate and Richard Nixon: "His entire presidency was destroyed because of this. Now, compare that to what we're learning about Hillary Clinton, which is 100 times more serious." Bozell predicted: "But here's the question. Does this have legs? Will they cover it beyond today? If history's a guide, then they're not going to." 

The Media Research Center's Brent Bozell appeared on Fox Business, Monday, to dismiss the idea that journalists might somehow be turning away from Hillary Clinton. "No, no they're not," declared Bozell. Regarding a criminal investigation into whether the Democrat sent classified e-mails from a private server, the MRC president noted that after initial coverage, "Day two they were already leaving it. Only CBS that night did a story on it, which to me is amazing. Sunday, it was back in the news. Neither ABC nor CBS covered it."

The Planned Parenthood sting videos are "house of horrors stuff" and yet the liberal media outlets barely reported the first one and all but ignored the second, Media Research Center founder and For America chairman Brent Bozell told Fox Business Network's Stuart Varney today on his eponymous Varney & Co. program.

Media Research Center President Brent Bozell appeared on Fox Business, Wednesday, to slam the networks for their fawning reaction to Barack Obama's deal with Iran. After noting that journalists fell for optimistic talk about Bill Clinton's negotiations with North Korea, Bozell derided, "...The same reporters in the media are taking the Obama line and they're cheering." Speaking of the deal itself, the MRC President told Stuart Varney: "It is going to be historic and it is historically bad news for this country." Bozell pointed out that there has been some criticism of Obama's plan, suggesting this is "a statement of recognition that this deal is going to come under some tremendous scrutiny on Capitol Hill." 

"When you see MSNBC attacking [Hillary Clinton] from the left, you realize, I think, just how far MSNBC has gone," Media Research Center president and founder Brent Bozell quipped on today's edition of Fox Business Network's Varney & Co., responding to host Stuart Varney's observation that the former Secretary of State is beginning to see some tough treatment in the media, albeit perhaps from her left.

But by and large, Bozell noted, the liberal media are still taking Hillary's abuse lying down

Don’t falsely accuse people who host their own TV shows. Anti-fracking activist and filmmaker Josh Fox was kicked off Varney & Co. Monday, June 8 after he accused host Stuart Varney of lying.

Fox, the producer and director of the factually-challenged Gasland documentaries, criticized Varney’s opposition to fracking. Fox was the target of today’s Varney segment with filmmaker Phelim McAleer.