James O'Keefe

Secret recordings like the ones that took down NPR's Ron Schiller and embarrassed Republican Gov. Scott Walker signal a disturbing move away from transparency in news gathering.
James Rainey
Rainey frames the O'Keefe undercover reports as a cautionary tale, and an indication of a sea change in journalistic transparency.
James O'Keefe calls himself a progressive radical and an investigative journalist without formal training. ACORN's tactics had made him angry, he says.
An interview/profile of O'Keefe after the ACORN sting.
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