I Own The World came up with a way to honor the memory of Andrew Breitbart. Check it out. IOTW adds that you can purchase your “Breitbart Is Here” T-shirt at Anthem Studios. All of the proceeds will be donated to the Breitbart family.


18 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Kim
    Mar 07, 2012 @ 09:15:12


    • Sherry
      Mar 07, 2012 @ 09:28:48

      Argh! I want that icon and link in my sidebar! LOL!

      I love the cause. If that weren’t the picture that Breitbart was last and most pleased with I would go for a different icon. That one isn’t very flattering, nor was it meant to be. I hope I have time to put up that icon today. 🙂


  2. Kim
    Mar 07, 2012 @ 09:39:50

    you told me exactly the right way to do it and that link is better than the one I used

    I wish the pic was up higher tho


  3. Kim
    Mar 07, 2012 @ 10:43:14

    An honest debate over Obama’s HHS mandate is the last thing liberals want, mainly because they would lose on the merits, and in the process reveal themselves as the despots they really are. Fear-mongering and demagoguery are more up their alley, and for that they must be willing to tell some real whoppers.



  4. Kim
    Mar 07, 2012 @ 10:57:02

    Obama has turned brother against brother. We fight with each other because Obama wants us, and needs us, to fight. We look upon each other with disgust because Obama has, with malice and self-serving intent, transformed e pluribus unum to e pluribus rectum.

    The nastier it gets, the more likely Obama’s reelection is. Because the bigger the brawl, the more we lose sight of what we’re brawling about.



  5. Kim
    Mar 07, 2012 @ 12:15:11


  6. Kim
    Mar 07, 2012 @ 12:35:56

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  7. Kim
    Mar 07, 2012 @ 12:54:08

    Here’s a site libs are using to target Rush’s advertisers, it’s a highly organized attack.



  8. Kim
    Mar 07, 2012 @ 13:08:30

    Hollywood Producer Comes Out For Breitbart

    Daniel Knauf is a producer, writer and director for television movies and series.



    • Kim
      Mar 07, 2012 @ 13:10:50

      Knauf quickly found out that standing with America in the war on terror could get you blackballed in Tinseltown. He didn’t stand up, and didn’t say anything – but he saw what happened to those who did:

      Over the ensuing years, I continued to remain silent whenever confronted by the toxic, batshit-crazy, knee-jerk, anti-intellectual, when-in-doubt-blame-America Leftism that pervades Hollywood. I saw what happened to others if they spoke up or disagreed with the party line. I actually witnessed one writer, who foolishly expressed his support for the war in Iraq, set-upon and viciously berated by no less than six crew-members for almost 20 minutes straight.

      That night, he found his car had been keyed in our secure lot.

      Hmm… must’ve been a random vandal.

      Incidentally, though he had a storied career, an amazing list of credits and is one of the most versatile, talented writer-producers I know, the jobs gradually dried up for him and now he can’t, as they say, get arrested in this town.

      But Knauf still kept his mouth shut. Until he met Andrew Breitbart.


      • Kim
        Mar 07, 2012 @ 13:12:49

        And Knauf knew it was time to stand up.

        But last night, something snapped.

        12 years of silence. 12 years of cowardice. 12 years of humiliating self-censorship. 12 years of hiding what I think, who I am and what I believe in order to protect my livelihood.

        And Andrew Breitbart is dead.

        It all just started bleeding out of me, white hot, 140 characters at a time. All my rage. All my indignation. Like the jetting pulse from a slashed carotid, for the whole world to see.

        Then came the emails. And the Follows. 1,000 in about an hour. My jaws clenched, tears blurred my vision as I typed (as they blur them now as I type): My hero is dead. Andrew Breitbart is dead.

        Long live Andrew Breitbart.


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