The Brief: Inside the O'Keefe-Battleground Texas War

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The Austin American-Statesman's Jonathan Tilove had a must-read in the Sunday paper, reporting some fascinating details in what he described as a "cat-and-mouse game" between Battleground Texas and James O'Keefe's Project Veritas that has apparently been going on for months.

For instance, Tilove writes that Battleground Texas officials found out about the undercover video project from someone who had eavesdropped on a conversation on board a New York commuter train between O'Keefe and a companion. Soon afterward, reports started coming from organizers in major Texas cities of "odd and eerily similar encounters at ...

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