I want to make things equal.

Andrew Breitbart

Andrew Breitbart

Profession: Journalist
Nationality: American

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

I don't believe in altering the Constitution.

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.

From its skillful editing to its out-of-control budget and its relentless marketing, Mr. Obama's team played a different game at a different level than Sen. John McCain and his traditionalist staff.

My ability to be emotive and cry... I think I'm so fearful of tapping that that I won't know how to turn it off.

Much of America is petrified to bring up race, especially in public forums - the media, in particular.

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

I'm a 'Saturday Night Live' guy. I'm a comedy guy. As long as they're giving it to everyone, I don't care about how low they go, most of the time.

The Democratic Media Complex, in its pursuit of Orwellian hate-crime legislation, reparations, and sundry non-ameliorative resolutions to America's troubled racial past, pursues its victims with blood lust.

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.

I recognized... very, very early on that ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN and Fox News were dependent on The Associated Press and Reuters. So my daily intake of information is from watching the newswires.

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.

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.

Women want to get to know Sarah Palin. And they want to meet her family.