Andrew Breitbart

Pollak: Critical Race Theory, Explained

Critical Race Theory claims that all of our institutions — our government, our economy, our culture — are based on racial hierarchy, with whites on top and blacks at the bottom. Even things that look race-neutral are, on closer inspection, racist.

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9 Years

It’s been nine years since we lost Andrew Breitbart. For those familiar with him, you already know how compelling and prescient he was. For those who may have arrived at Breitbart News after his passing, just a few of his quotes below will show you the unparalleled insight he had into what was coming and what is here now. That insight has been our driving force as a news organization and has infused not only our team, but also our readers with the spirit of Andrew.

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Larry Solov: Breitbart News Founder and President Reflects on Orson Bean’s Life and What He Meant to Breitbart Nation

Today, the world is mourning the loss of Orson Bean — a true American classic, an original thinker, an iconoclast, a comedic genius, a master of stagecraft, and one of the last great raconteurs of his generation. But for us, the loss is also much more personal. Orson was and will continue to be part of the Breitbart family. In fact, he was Andrew Breitbart’s father-in-law, and that relationship would prove to be very significant for not only Andrew, but for all of us here at Breitbart News.

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Clarence Thomas Documentary Director: Andrew Breitbart Was ‘One of the Few’ Who Understood the Democrat Media Assault on Justice Thomas

Andrew Breitbart understood the destructive political coordination between news media outlets, left-wing interest groups, and the Democrat Party during the 1991 Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Justice Clarence Thomas, explained Michael Pack, producer and director of the new documentary “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words.”

U.S. Supreme Court Justice nominee Judge Clarence Thomas is shown during his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., Oct. 11, 1991. Thomas denies the charges of sexual harassment brought against him. His wife, Virginia, sits behind him. (AP Photo/Greg Gibson)