The first time I saw Andrew Breitbart was 2004, I was in my last semester of college, and he was speaking at the California College Republican convention at UCLA. Back then he was really only known as someone who worked with Drudge. Even then we were all very impressed with him.
I had a chance to actually meet him at CPAC only a couple weeks ago...he was literally a couple of feet from me at the Marriott bar. I didn't take it because I was chatting with another blogger already, and he was being mobbed anyway, so I passed...thinking there will be other opportunities.
Let that be a lesson, when you get a chance to meet a hero, take it. He had a fearlessness of confrontation in the name of truth I wish I could have, and hope to have before I die.
My thoughts and prayers join others to be the Breitbart family.
I really wish I took the opportunity to shake his hand...
Here is a terrific piece from iMaksim
From The People's Cube
From Right Wing News
Created for OMG! For America to be a "badge" that you post to your timeline for Facebook profiles.
It's good to be the food stamp Vice President...
Posted at Townhall (click the image to see the full article) by John Hawkins of Right Wing News.
Part of a series of riddles I'm developing. Answer is in the dot of the "?"
Artist Shepard Fairey, who created the iconic "Hope" campaign poster featuring then-Sen. Barack Obama for the 2008 presidential campaign, pleaded guilty in Manhattan Federal Court on Friday to one count of criminal contempt for destroying documents, manufacturing evidence and other misconduct.
See the story here.
I know it's not spelled the same way, but it looks like Mr. Fairey may get a chance to live out his name behind the slammer (that's a lot of innuendo for one sentence!).
I whipped up a couple of parting gifts for him...
This one is from me to liberals
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