Shirley Sherrod told a crowd at the National Association of Black Journalists convention in San Diego yesterday that she will definitely sue Andrew Breitbart (video below). Mr. Breitart posted an edited video on July 19 of Ms. Sherrod speaking at an NAACP event that, without context, made Ms. Sherrod seem to be admitting to racism Read More
To quote Noah Shachtman’s March profile of Andrew Breitbart in Wired, “Breitbart is, in short, expert in making the journalism industry his bitch. ‘The market has forced me to come up with techniques to be noticed,’ Breitbart says. ‘And now that I have them, I’m like, wow, this is actually great. This is Read More
At the MSNBC after-party on Saturday night–after Rachel Maddow and Andrew Breitbart had an awkward exchange at the bar Ms. Maddow was tending–Mr. Breitbart complained that the MSNBC host hadn’t accepted his offer to come on her show and debate the merits of those ACORN videos.
So, we wondered, when might Mr. Breitbart be Read More
There is a warehouse 20 minutes from the White House. It houses all the holiday decorations from presidential administrations past. To poke through this twinkly archive is to examine U.S. history. Here lie giant spools of Nancy Reagan’s favorite red ribbon, as lush and thick as the shoulder pads on an Adolfo socialite suit. What’s Read More
Andrew Breitbart, a former editor of the Drudge Report, is writing a new how-to book called Thinking Big, that he says will be like The Anarchist’s Cookbook, but with “metaphorical explosions.”
“It’s going to be a call to arms saying, ‘Hey, look, if you want to take it back, you’re gonna have to take Read More
Andrew Breitbart, a self-described “accidental culture warrior” who used to work with Matt Drudge on the Drudge Report, is writing a how-to book called Thinking Big, aimed at frustrated non-leftists who want to fight back against what the author calls the “Democrat media complex.”
The book will be published by Grand Central, an Read More
SAINT PAUL—On Monday night, Internet-guru turned right-wing messiah Andrew Breitbart arrived at the National Review party wearing jeans, a lime green, open-collar button-down and the beginning of a beard. For now, his wavy gray locks were tucked behind his ears.
Waiting in line for a beer, Mr. Breitbart said that at this point he was Read More
Felix Gillette talks to Griff Jenkins, Fox News’ man on the mean streets of St. Paul: "Roughly a week earlier, Mr. Jenkins had waded into the protestors in Denver without the aid of a security crew. Things had gotten entertainingly ugly (YouTube-worthy ugly), and now his bosses were insisting on precautions."
Leon Neyfakh Read More
Irina Aleksander sat down with socialite and writer Tatiana Boncompagni, whose new book Gilding Lily may ruffle some feathers in her social set. Just don’t tell that to Tinsley Mortimer, Lydia Fenet and Jennifer Creel, who are throwing her a book party on Tuesday.
Ms. Aleksander also put in a call to Gossip Read More
ST. PAUL—His name may sound unfamiliar, but Andrew Breitbart has built a career helping to create the Drudge Report and the Huffington Post, while also overseeing his own news-aggregation site breitbart.com—and becoming prominent in a largely underground movement of conservatives in Hollywood. Next week he plans to launch a new site (www.breitbart.com/bighollywood) that will give Read More