Andrew Breitbart was a revolutionary, and I mean that almost literally. He was one of the few people who seemed to understand in his marrow the transformation of the way we would get and understand news and politics—and how that transformation would undercut the ideological narrowness that was the dominating condition of the media in the second half of the 20th century. And he helped bring about that transformation.
He was also my dear friend—garrulous, cheerful, raging, enthusiastic, hysterical, joyful, frenetic, passionate, untamed, smart, personally modest, technologically ambitious, weirdly visionary, compulsively pugnacious, monomaniacal—hard to take at times, and impossible not to love at all times.
‘Black people are not going to stand by, or you will see another uprising,’ BLM NYC co-founder says at Monday protest.
Know who else feels the spirit and objects to the fun police? Everybody, that's who.
He had to have known that voting as he did in the Texas case would bring him bad press.
The special counsel’s final report on the Clinton campaign’s manufacturing of the Trump–Russia collusion narrative will be very interesting reading.
Sinema reportedly has told Joe Biden that she’s aware of the game being played by Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
The heroic period of his administration was always a mirage.
‘Understanding your privileges and how to leverage them so we can support others is a key component in being an active ally,’ CVS employees were told on an online call.
Video of the incident purports to show minority students attempting to force two white male students to leave a common study area.
Her comments come after the media caused a frenzy by falsely portraying the videos and photos as showing agents hitting Haitian migrants with whips.
It’s SpaceX vs. Boeing, and so far, the private sector is outpacing the government-backed aerospace behemoth.
Now is the autumn of their discontent.
Anyone with an interest in the truth knew that no one was whipped in Del Rio almost immediately after this became a trending topic.