Two years ago today, we lost Andrew Breitbart. He was a father, husband, and a brother — a gregarious and hilarious personality. He was a new media pioneer. But perhaps he is best remembered as a fighter. He fought alongside
Andrew was born February 1, 1969. He was adopted shortly thereafter, and when his late parents, Arlene and Gerry, looked at him, they must have thought, as all parents must, what kind of boy, son, brother, father, husband, friend, person
When we brought Jon Kahn onto our team as Breitbart News’ Minister of Culture, we did so because he had a unique understanding of the value of culture within the political arena. But what’s more, he had a unique and
We at Breitbart News are saddened by the loss of our dear friend and colleague, Chip Gerdes. Chip was and always will be a special part of the Breitbart News family; yes, we worked together closely behind-the-scenes on a lot
“The flame that burns twice as bright burns half as long.” – Lao Tzu The funny thing is, Andrew would give me an endless hard time for quoting Lao Tzu–pretentious, he’d say. But Andrew did live larger than life–which made
“Occupy Unmasked” was not just important to Andrew. It was vital. He insisted that it be made. Andrew often saw and knew things before the rest of us. And he pegged the Occupy movement for what it was from day one. He
Dear Readers: Today, as Andrew dreamed and planned, we launch what he called “Breitbart 2.0.” Many of you wondered what he was working on so hard during the last year of his life. Here it is. This was Andrew’s design.