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

Andrew Breitbart

Andrew Breitbart

Profession: Journalist
Nationality: American

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I don't think Albert Einstein could have devised an equation to guide the leader of the free world during the wildly tumultuous post-9/11 realities without a modicum of help from the opposition party and the vast majority of the print and electronic media.

Our country was not built to support blood dynasties or to elevate the rich and famous to a higher ethical or constitutional plain.

The mainstream media choose to flaunt story lines that make white America appear guilty of continued institutional racism, while black racism against whites is ignored as an acceptable disposition given our nation's history.

Celebrity is everything in this country.

The thematically related 'Boys Don't Cry' and 'Brokeback Mountain' reinforced the narrative that gays like Mr. Shepard are regularly isolated for cruel and unusual attacks.

It was go-along to get-along social. It was living in Los Angeles, being young and single, and flowing with the trendy liberal crowd.

Exposed in the relentless Palin attacks is not just political bias but unmitigated class bias. The American mainstream media in its current free-fall is begging for more comeuppance when it continues to berate the values and lifestyles of the folks in flyover country who, in simpler times, used to be considered valued customers.

The center-right alternative media has been playing a passable prevent defense, constantly saying 'That's not right' for consistently biased reporting.

Much of America rooted for Mr. Obama simply because he is black.

What's in your closet, John Podesta?

I'm sorry, you leftists: you're not the only people whose motives are pure.

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 will say this: Boy, did I get lucky to work with Matt Drudge and Arianna Huffington.

Just because I am paying attention to politics and culture doesn't mean that I should be talking about the health-care bill, talking about the minutiae.