By: Gavin McInnes as featured in Street Carnage
Journalism today seems to be about Googling something and then providing a bunch of links to Wikipedia. Thanks but I have a computer too. Sometimes the local news will even show a computer screen scrolling down a page of Google results like we’re all watching this projected on a blanket from our tent in Nambia. James actually leaves his desk and provides hard evidence of his findings. He doesn’t spy on average Joes speaking privately in a bar. He catches public servants, on our dollar, laughing at how easy it is to rip us off. He doesn’t just find one polling office that allows voter fraud. He finds EIGHT. He doesn’t just catch one Acorn official advocating prostitution. He gets NINE.
Kids today should be inspired by James O’Keefe. Outside of war reporters and a couple of consumer advocates, he seems to be the only journalist out there who challenges corruption in person.