It's not a state secret that original Wonkette Ana Marie Cox now makes her home in Minnesota. And apparently, one of the creepiest guys on the internet is using that to his advantage.Remember James O'Keefe III? When last we left him, he was pulling gross dildo pranks on CNN reporters and pleading gu ... More >>
Right-wing prankster James O'Keefe, known best for hidden-camera takedown of ACORN, is taking on Minnesota's voter ID laws. O'Keefe and Project Veritas released a video earlier this week in which they try to register Tim Tebow and Tom Brady with some not-so-football-savvy Minnesota officials. At o ... More >>
O'Keefe's editing technique under fire once again.Surprise, surprise: It looks like James O'Keefe's big "gotcha" on National Public Radio was exaggerated by some clever video editing. This really shouldn't be too much of a shocker to anyone. After all, this is the same guy who cut scenes of ... More >>
O'Keefe strikes again.James O'Keefe and the other merry pranksters at Project Veritas have a found another target: National Public Radio. Two of O'Keefe's cohorts, Shaughn Adeleye and Simon Templar, met with a pair of NPR executives last month under the guise of being members of the Muslim ... More >>
Maybe documenting the whole plan in writing wasn't the best idea.The latest bizzaro hidden camera stunt orchestrated by conservative filmmakers James O'Keefe and Ben Wetmore has, by all accounts, epically failed.
From U of M-Morris to Louisiana WatergateThat's it? Four teabuggers mistaking themselves for crusading journalists fake their way in to a U.S. senator's office to mess with her phones and they get off with a wrist slap? That's the way they roll down in New Orleans, evidently. Magistrate Judg ... More >>
It sounds like the four men agreed to plead guilty in return for the reduced charges.
The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now is broke.
Basel seems confident that the hidden-camera footage from New Orleans will clear his name with the courts and public. Will it?
The up and coming. The politically braindead. Meet the new Republikids.
A local boy's rise to power in America's right wing
Long before Joe Basel was arrested in Louisiana, he and his cohorts were already traveling the country filming investigative journalism stunts. Here are five of the best.
The Rise and Fall of Joe Basel: A Teabugger's Odyssey
Affadavit claims conservative U of M-Morris editor and friends masqueraded as repairmen
The press keeps digging up dirt on University of Minnesota-Morris teabugger Joe Basel.
The former University of Minnesota-Morris student is part of a vast conservative activist network.
Basel, 24, was arrested in connection with the bizarre incident Watergate-like incident in which "telephone repairmen" attempted to rig Senator Mary Landrieu's phone