I became aware of this touching, hilarious memoriam to Andrew via an article by Allahpundit at HotAir. AllahPundit documented the fact that unrepentant domestic terrorist Bill Ayers – who had dinner with Andrew only a few weeks before his death – smeared him in a maliciously ironic way a few days ago. On video, […]
In this poignant and insightful tribute, Andrew’s friend Gavin McInnes describes an off-hand incident with him that has the capacity to change a lot of people’s thinking, and presumptions – and spurred a project to raise money for his widow and children. Obit Andrew Breitbart: 1969-2012 by Gavin McInnes It’s stressful to be hated. […]
Comment: Andrew Breitbart, Israel and Judaism By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT Forty three- year-old conservative blogger and Internet pioneer dies; Breitbart carved out new mixture of investigative journalism. Andrew Breitbart, the 43- year-old conservative blogger and Internet pioneer known to a generation of Americans for a new style of online media – a […]
As one who knew Andrew a bit, I can only imagine that wherever he is, of all the tributes that have been paid to him in the past 48 hours, this may be the one he’d be touched by the most:
(Copy from PJTV channel): PJTV’s Roger L. Simon, Bill Whittle, Lionel Chetwynd and Stephen Kruiser remember the energy and impact of the great Andrew Breitbart. From his internet savvy, to his willingness to battle ACORN and the left, Andrew Breitbart will be greatly missed by the PJ Media community.
An extremely touching and fitting tribute to Andrew a few hours after he passed, by one of the few sane members of our House of Representatives.
Those who knew Andrew more than likely know the inimitable Caroline Glick – journalist, commentator, satirist and stalwart defender of Israel, Jews and liberty. Here is her touching tribute to Andrew, from the perspective of one who knows the dangers that Israel faces better than pretty much anyone else, and struggles to educate others: […]
This is a particularly terrific interview (31:30), in large part because of the focused, Charlie Rose-type setting, and there was no time pressure normally imposed to get everything in between the commercial breaks. For those who don’t know, Peter Robinson was a speech writer for President Reagan, and penned the famous speech that contained […]
The start of a compilation of videos and statements made in the hours and days after Andrew’s passing, by those who were closest to him: Dana Loesch, Editor of Big Journalism, on Piers Morgan The gang at “Red Eye” and guests reflect on the many facets of Andrew – the funny, the […]