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Archive of posts published in the tag: Andrew Breitbart

Breitbart 2.0

The Kavanaugh travesty has united the right better than anything that Trump could have designed. It has clarified the opposition better than anything since Clarence Thomas.

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I Miss Breitbart

Tips to Glenn Reynolds and Instapundit

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Missing Breitbart

I just watched Hating Breitbart. I miss him.   What I liked most about him was that he refused to be intimidated by those who would hurl the ‘racist’ epitaph to shut someone up. I also did not know that…

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The Small Minds of the Media

The opposition is unable to let go of the racism charge. Racism, like anti-Semitism is a strong serious charge.  But those who level it so constantly at the Tea Party and other political opponents are intellectually lazy and cowardly.  They…

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Observations 2011 06 08

There is little to add to the Weiner fiasco. Sexting is now a very descriptive new word in the digital lexicon.  The winner in this lurid tale is Andrew Breitbart.  His objective was not Anthony Weiner but the Media Complex…

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The Real Breach of Ethics is the Cover-up

I don’t really know what to think of the Anthony Weiner fiasco.  On one hand it seems like a trivial distraction and on the other hand it seems more important than we realize. This is the kind of behavior we…

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Who Controls the Narrative

The Pubic Hair on the Coke Can I remember the Clarence Thomas hearings in 1991 as a pivotal point in my thinking about politics.  While liberals criticized his experience or qualification, the hearing themselves became a media farce with innuendos…

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