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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - James O'Keefe
Watch out, fraudsters. James O'Keefe is celebrating coming off federal probation with a New York Times best-seller, "Breakthrough: Our Guerrilla War to Expose Fraud and Save Democracy."
An undercover video from conservative activist James O'Keefe shows corporate "Obama phone" distributors handing out the devices to even those who ask if they can be sold for drug money.
James O'Keefe, a conservative activist known for using hidden cameras on unwitting participants to lend support to his views, turned his lens on the District's primary elections last Tuesday to weigh in on voter ID laws.
Liberals love to laugh off voter fraud. It's "a made-up problem invented by GOP operatives," Robert Koehler snickered in the Jan. 5 Huffington Post. Regarding ballot hijinks, De- mocratic National Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz chuckled, "There is almost none."
Virginia's attorney general and Richmond city authorities are investigating a video showing a government worker advising a man posing as a wealthy Russian drug dealer not to note his criminal activities on a Medicaid application.
News analysts say that a hidden-camera video by a conservative activist targeting NPR was edited in misleading ways to showcase inflammatory remarks from a public radio executive.
Republicans said Wednesday that the resignation of NPR's top executive in the wake of an undercover video sting will not blunt their determination to cut off all taxpayer funds for public broadcasting.
National Public Radio found itself swept up in a perfect storm of criticism and static Tuesday after an undercover videotape captured a top executive condemning tea party supporters as "seriously racist" and suggesting the nonprofit network would be better off without its federal taxpayer subsidies.
A conservative activist accused of trying to tamper with a Democratic senator's phones said the group facing federal charges in the incident just wanted to investigate complaints.
O'Keefe, known nationally for hidden-camera videos targeting the community-organizing group ACORN, said he believes it's clear he and others weren't trying to wiretap or shut down Landrieu's phones in her office in a New Orleans federal building.
"I learned from a number of sources that many of Senator Landrieu's constituents were having trouble getting through to her office to tell her that they didn't want her taking millions of federal dollars in exchange for her vote on the health care bill," O'Keefe said in the statement.