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Where's the Chinese Tea Party?

As the days mount, and the frustration builds, in the wake of the disappearance of Malaysian Air Flight 370, the Chinese are starting to react like Americans--with loud outrage. Mar 19, 2014 9:22 PM PT

Breitbart News: Getting Stronger Every Day

The revolution may or may not be televised, but it will be digitalized. The new expansion of Breitbart News to London and Texas is proof. Breitbart News, one of the most disruptive forces in journalism, is crossing the pond and crossing the country. Feb 16, 2014 4:00 PM PT

The $128 Trillion Rip-Off

The biggest theft in world history is occurring right here, right now—literally, right under our feet. It’s a theft of wealth that measures in the 15-digits—wealth that’s being taken away from its rightful owners, the American people, and being sacrificed, in effect, to the Green Gods of Austerity and Sacrifice. Jan 20, 2014 10:10 AM PT

'Catching Fire' in the Coming Century: Will We Heed Its Pointed Warning?

Once in a while, Hollywood gets it right: for example, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. As Breitbart News has already noted, it’s a distinctly dystopian take on the future, seen from the perspective of year five of the Obama era. And as with its predecessor film from last year, The Hunger Games, this new film is a big hit. As a commentary on Obama’s America, that’s all the more revealing since movie audiences tilt young. Nov 24, 2013 12:00 PM PT

The Divergent Fates of Cuccinelli and Christie: Implications for 2013–and 2016

One way to view the Virginia results is that the Establishment Republicans abandoned—or, if one prefers, betrayed—Cuccinelli. But another way to view these results is that Cuccinelli simply failed to unite his own coalition. He allowed, for example, the Libertarian Party candidate to carve out a record 6.5 percent of the statewide vote. Nov 17, 2013 5:59 PM PT

Aftermath of the Shutdown

In politics, when you suffer a defeat, there are two ways to go. You can a) figure out how not to lose again or b) start the search for “traitors” in your own ranks. For Republicans, the choices, a) or b), matter a lot, because the shutdown/default fight will come up again early next year. Oct 19, 2013 1:19 PM PT

The Two Partisan Rebellions of Today, and the Three Parties of the Future

Could the leaders of both parties have it wrong? Could top Republicans and top Democrats inside DC be simultaneously obtuse about the reality beyond the Beltway? You know, out there in the USA? Is there something about life in Powertown that distorts insiders’ perception of outsiders? Okay, that last one is a trick question, because by now it’s obvious that Washington politicos of both parties are drastically out of touch with the folks they purport to represent. Sep 21, 2013 4:10 PM PT


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