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James O’Keefe laughed out of journalism school

Right-wing media darling James O’Keefe, whose deceptive pranks have caused serious harm to organizations such as ACORN and National Public Radio, found himself on the other side of the stick this week during a visit to Columbia University’s school of journalism. O’Keefe was ostensibly pursuing his latest project: trying to…

Conservative blogger gives out free bongs to embarrass protesters

James O’Keefe would be proud. A conservative blogger has been accused of trying to give out marijuana bongs and Che Guevara rolling papers in Zuccotti Park in order to make Occupy Wall Street protesters look criminal. New York City resident Joey Boots captured video of Evan Coyne Maloney being confronted…

Anonymous: James O’Keefe lives with his parents

A group of hacktivists associated with “Anonymous” and the AntiSec movement on Wednesday published the personal information of conservative prankster James O’Keefe online. Going by the name CabinCr3w, the group announced it had published details relating to his age, home address, probation officer, education, family, and work because he worked…

O’Keefe asks supporters for $50K to pay off his credit card debt

Conservative activist and filmmaker James O’Keefe has racked up about $50,000 in credit card debt and now he wants you to help him pay it off. O’Keefe recently sent an email to supporters claiming that his deceptive ACORN and NPR stings had put him deep in debt. “Up ’til now,…

NPR slams ‘inappropriately edited’ attack video

National Public Radio (NPR) is pushing back against video released last week that led to the resignation of their CEO. The video, created by conservative prankster James O’Keefe’s “Project Veritas,” showed activists Shaughn Adeleye and Simon Templar posing as members of the fictional Muslim Education Action Center (MEAC) and meeting…

Pentagon sees ‘minimal risk’ in repealing ‘don’t ask’: report

Repealing the military’s gay ban would result in only “minimal and isolated incidents of risk to the current war efforts,” but a “significant minority” of soldiers remain opposed to the idea, a Pentagon report is expected to say. The Washington Post cites two sources familiar with a draft of the…

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