Andrew Breitbart was fearless in attacking political corruption in defense of free people, societies and economic liberty. After he spoke at the Philadelphia FreedomCenter in December, we got to know each other on a long car ride to Washington where he introduced me to his inner circle of media activists. Despite his celebrity status, he remained a humble guy, who wanted, more than most will ever know, to find common ground with those who were his biggest critics. Our country’s future is better as a result of Andrew’s feisty political engagement, and his life’s example will continue to animate and motivate a new generation of true patriots.
Craig A. Snider, Director, Philadelphia Freedom Center
Andrew Breitbart died at the age of 43 of natural causes in Los Angeles. Breitbart is survived by his wife and four children.
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Andrew Breitbart takes on Maddow, leftist academia and “post-modernism” at CPAC
Part One of Andrew Breitbart at the Union League of Philadelphia
Part Two of Andrew Breitbart at the Union League of Philadelphia
Part Three of Andrew Breitbart at the Union League of Philadelphia
Part Four of Andrew Breitbart at the Union League of Philadelphia