Hurricane Andrew

We lost one of our best today; a man who couldn’t care less about an armchair revolutionaries’ opinion but championed those that got up, went out, and took action. He was a journalistic philosopher that housed whimsical genius. Mr. Breitbart was thee conservative enigma!


It takes little imagination to understand Mr. Breitbart’s beliefs, passions, politics, or his love for the United States. He was the personification of  wearing one’s beliefs on their sleeve. Mr. Breitbart was fearless in his convictions and extremely effective at raising awareness concerning political favoritism, governmental hypocrisy, and, his championed cause, exposing crony capitalism. He was best known for his outspoken, in-your-face confrontations on the day’s most pressing political topics. His endless energy, sharp tongue, and cunning wit made Mr. Breitbart a YouTube rock star and, ultimately, an equivalent to none.


Mr. Breitbart felt that many of his peers where grossly ineffective. Why? He believed they lacked passion in their convictions, feared the plutocracy, and were swayed by political correctness while shying away from direct confrontation.  Mr. Breitbart had no problem taking up this journalistic slack. He was not a force but thee force to be reckoned. If not for his fearless pursuit of the truth, many of the political assaults on key American liberties would have gone unnoticed in the public domain.


Let us learn from Mr. Breitbart as we reflect upon this enormous loss in the world of journalism. His conviction and persistence at obtaining the truth was not only inspiring but should be a model for any journalist. Mr. Breitbart never shied away from confrontation in his pursuit to protect liberty. He harnessed his American opportunities while ceaselessly defending the American ideal.

God bless you Mr. Breitbart. Your unwavering passion, pursuit of truth, and courage to take on controversial topics will never be forgotten. Thank you for showing the world that conservatism paves all Main Streets in America.


A wonderful reflection on the life of Andrew Breitbart:

One of my favorite Breitbart moments:

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  1. Yessenia says:

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    • Matt says:

      I don’t have any tips on how to get listed in Yahoo News but I do suggest starting your own blog on a topic near and dear to your heart.