Category Archives: In Memoriam
It has been one year since we lost Andrew Breitbart. As it should be on such a sad anniversary, our thoughts and prayers are with Andrew’s family. This site “went dark” today and hosted only the image above on a … Continue reading
Jonah Goldberg posts word of a trust fund set up for Andrew’s children.
A bunch of Andrew’s friends got together on twitter and paid homage to Andrew’s famous twitter DJ sessions. More via Jim Treacher here. Also, Andrew himself talking music here.
The Day Andrew Breitbart & Company Came to Tucson (h/t Instapundit)
From Conservative Commune’s Joy McCann: But standing up to the narrative we’re being fed by the legacy media is up to all of us. Not just those who edit or write for the Bigs; not just those who live in … Continue reading
A poignant (yet also fierce) column from Jim Geraghty. A short excerpt: . . . All of us saw the Andrew Breitbart of the web, radio, and television: pugnacious and combative, fearless and sharp, and yet cheerful and seeming to … Continue reading
Via pjtv and Helen Smith: Washington, D.C. Remembers Andrew Breitbart Dr. Helen Smith reports from an Andrew Breitbart memorial service in Washington, D.C., where prominent politicians, bloggers and media personalities gathered to remember the energy and passion of Andrew Breitbart.
Head on over to The Daily Caller. . . In memory of Andrew Breitbart, The Daily Caller put together a list of six videos illustrating the media mogul’s use of video to tell relevant and impactful news stories that informed … Continue reading
Ricochet has set aside a nook on their site to gather all their Andrew Breitbart tributes in one place.
Patricia Heaton with a heart-breaking tribute. . . . . . Anyone who cared to look could see that Andrew was a thoughtful, well-read, deeply informed person who welcomed all, treated everyone the same, and gave everyone a shot. He … Continue reading
As a loyal listener, I was hoping/waiting for Dennis Miller to weigh in. He did not disappoint. . . . Andrew filled me with a strange mixture of shame and pride. Shame that I wasn’t even in the ballpark as … Continue reading
Sometimes, McFarlane’s cheap shots make me cringe, but this story makes me like both Breitbart and McFarlane even more. . . . Normally, Andrew loved being attacked by the Hollywood left, but there was a twist here – “Family Guy” … Continue reading
Jonah Goldberg sits in for Peter Robinson as they spend the first (substantial) portion of an hour-long podcast remembering Andrew Breitbart. As an aside: Shame on Goldberg for not knowing the reference to The Doomsday Machine! Though, in his defense, … Continue reading
Victor Davis Hanson remembers Breitbart. . . . I met or lunched with him a few times, expecting to find a sort of naïve buffoonish operator. Instead, I found him on every occasion a candid, inquisitive, and serious everyman, who … Continue reading
Wow. A sobering and searing testimonial about what Hollywood (and being conservative in Hollywood) is truly like. And how Andrew Breitbart helped so many find their courage and their voice amidst the thuggery and intimidation. There is no excerpt because … Continue reading
One man, asking simple questions and armed only with the truth completely dispirits an angry mob to the point where they flee from him. Who else has done such a thing? Who else would even try? It is just heartbreaking … Continue reading
(video courtesy of dailycaller.com)
Ace of Spades makes a truly epic post about Breitbart and the unseemly Frum. . . an excerpt (from a much longer post): As I type this, Breitbart is more alive than David Frum has ever been. I doubt very … Continue reading
Some snippets from a column by J. Christian Adams over at pjmedia.com (“Andrew Breitbart Ignored the Pain“). . . Let’s face it, nobody has been doing more for the conservative and libertarian movement in the last two years than Andrew … Continue reading