I think that 99 percent of the time, I'm jocular, lighthearted.

Andrew Breitbart

Andrew Breitbart

Profession: Journalist
Nationality: American

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With its emphasis on star power, the Obama campaign from Day One emphasized the candidate's perfectly cut presidential presence.

I love reporting stories that the Complex refuses to report.

I don't believe in altering the Constitution.

I love fighting for what I believe in. I love having fun while doing it.

In the public eye, being a victim of past injustices does not win the right to propagate current and future ones, and that's intolerable to those in charge of the race industry today, whose power relies on maintaining forever a latent rage that can be turned on and off at the will of the nation's elites.

I'm sick of seeing my face on television.

Much of Mr. Bush's 28 percent approval rating is born not of 'failed policies' - of which there are many - but of the ill-gotten gains pilfered from a pre-Bush inauguration strategy to send the message to Republicans that the Democrats play politics harder and better.

In a country where the individual is 'innocent until proven guilty,' conservatives have been forced to actively disassociate themselves from an ideological lineage to white supremacists, anti-Semites, and other racist miscreants.

Since war became a geographically distant but very real way of life after Sept. 11, 2001, no Hollywood star has stepped up to support active duty U.S. military personnel and wounded veterans like Gary Sinise.

I've met many journalists who impress me with their ability to play it straight. I think they're the exception to the rule.

Barack Obama is a radical, and we should not be afraid to say that.

I'm not a huge fan of Bruce Springsteen, and it's certainly not because of his politics. I just don't like the aesthetic.

Primarily motivated by a desire to keep abortion 'safe, legal and rare,' female liberals in the media have carte blanche to do and say anything.

Less about politics, 'The Path to 9/11' focused on the emergence of radical Islamic terror as a clear and present American threat.