James O'Keefe of the powerful whistleblowing organization Project Veritas has had many conversations with Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain, discussing the various moral and legal implications – and revelations – involved in going undercover to expose corruption.
James O'Keefe of Project Veritas joins Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain to discuss the growing attacks and censorship against voices who criticize leftist collectivism.
Hamilton Township Education Association President David Perry explains how unions can protect teachers who beat up and threaten children: “I’m here to defend even the worst people. ... I need to know the truth, so that we can bend the truth. ... We do turn [these reports] around to where, if it was a physical punch, it wasn’t a punch. It was a shove.”
Project Veritas and James O’Keefe have recently published undercover video exposing significant bias at the New York Times and questionable newsfeed “cultivation” at YouTube – raising serious ethical questions related to the involved companies. James O’Keefe joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the recent undercover video releases, the strange response from the New York Times, absurd claims of impartiality from biases mainstream media outlets, the use of lawfare to suppress honest journalism and what is coming next from Project Veritas.
The investigative journalism of James O’Keefe and Project Veritas has rippled through the halls of power, exposing corruption, dishonesty and fraud. James O’Keefe joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss his evolution as a journalist, being significantly influenced by Andrew Breitbart, what his undercover work reveals about the mainstream media, how his values influence his decisions, when people are more afraid of social ostracism than death and his recent teachers union expose.