Tag Archives: James O’Keefe

The Burden of Proof for Voter Fraud Belongs to the Accusers

There is a tenant in criminal law that proclaims that it is better to let one guilty man go free than it is to convict ten innocent men. That is the core of our legal system. Innocent until proven guilty. … Continue reading

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Know Thy Enemy: Andrew Breitbart

(Ed. note: Know Thy Enemy is an experimental series profiling particularly prominent political pundits and players. The title is a nod to Sun Tzu. We’ll try to profile more than just conservatives as our liberal bent is wont to do) … Continue reading

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The Week of Distraction

A couple of things. Why are we paying attention to Sarah Palin? Jon Stewart and Colbert pretty much nailed it the other night. Sarah Palin is embarking on a family vacation in an RV plastered with a bunch of ‘God … Continue reading

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Guerilla Journalism or Covert Patriotism?

An interesting strategy has been used of late that brings up a lot of ethical questions. I touched on it a few articles back when Anonymous hacked into HBGary and discovered that they were creating fake constituencies to foster an … Continue reading

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