In his recent article “Code Pink Stages Mini Protest at ALEC National Conference,” Breitbart.com’s California correspondent Jon Fleischman fabricates an encounter with an activist, erases a full day of anti-corporate protest, and makes a major source of corporate corruption in American state politics seem like a benign force for social good — all in just 250 words.
|By: TBogg Friday March 1, 2013 12:10 pm|
One year ago today Andrew Breitbart was
drone-murdered called home by Hell Jesus after an evening of drinking, somber reflection upon man’s place in the universe, and screaming “Stop raping people!” at random patrons in a Brentwood wine bar.
|By: Phoenix Woman Monday February 25, 2013 7:40 am|
Back in October, the Duffel Blog — which is a satirical site, sort of a military-minded version of The Onion — put up a post stating that Guantanamo prisoners were to receive G.I. Bill benefits. And guess what? One of Senator Mitch McConnell’s constituents (a person who like Shapiro is stupid or mendacious or both) reported it as fact to McConnell’s office, which in turn forwarded the note to DoD on the assumption it was fact.
|By: DSWright Thursday January 3, 2013 6:45 am|
Is Speaker Boehner in trouble?
|By: TBogg Tuesday January 1, 2013 4:30 pm|
Annnnnnd… so begins the New Year at Dead Breitbart…
|By: TBogg Wednesday November 28, 2012 6:04 pm|
Needless to say (but I’ll say it anyway) the fact that Chinese Communist Party’s People’s Daily (which is like the Huffington Post but with fewer Miley Cyrus sideboob shots) applauded The Onion for selecting North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un (not shown above) as the Sexiest Man Alive validates the editorial position of Breitbart.com that The Onion is some kind of radical leftist rag bent on destroying Freedom and America with Chinese Communist Atheistic Sharia something something something.
|By: Rebekah Wilce Wednesday April 18, 2012 7:08 pm|
ALEC is playing defense due to the fact that, almost every day, another ALEC member corporation and funder decides to quit. With Blue Cross Blue Shield’s announcement yesterday that it was pulling out of ALEC, the number of companies that have decided to cut ties with ALEC grows to 11. The list also includes Mars Inc., Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Kraft Foods, Intuit, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, American Traffic Solutions, Reed Elsevier and Arizona Public Service. CMD and other groups are now urging State Farm, Johnson & Johnson and AT&T to reconsider their membership with ALEC.
|By: TBogg Monday March 26, 2012 2:45 pm|
Protestors were out in force this morning in front of the Supreme Court asking the court to overturn the Affordable Care Act because, if the founders had wanted poor children to receive treatment for childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia, they would have mentioned it in the Federalist Papers, BUT THEY DIDN’T NOW, DID THEY MARXISTS! LOL! PWNED!
|By: amerigus Sunday February 26, 2012 8:11 am|
Citing at least a dozen incidents, Andrew Breitbart insists that Occupy members shirked a responsibility to report rapes as they are documented. Breitbart however, has made no effort to report on or comment on an disturbing potential rape plot alleged in a criminal complaint by one of his own bloggers, Nadia Naffe.
|By: Lisa Derrick Tuesday November 29, 2011 7:25 pm|
Under the LAPD’s guidelines, the OccupyLA media team–which includes photographers, videographers, livestreamers and reporters is not credentialed.
There is no Spanish-language media in the pool in a city where 4.7 million people are Spanish speaking. As Monday morning’s midnight-plus-one deadline drew near, there were news crews from the BBC and a Tokyo station present, as well as KMEX (Spanish language). I saw KTLA which was live streaming and had a helicopter overhead, KNBC, KABC, KCBS/KCAL and stringers in unmarked vans. Reporters I ran into included ones from the LA Times and USC’s Daily Trojan, and dozens of people live streaming and taking pictures for blogs and independent media. Oh and Andrew Breitbart was there talking to some dudes with scarves over their faces.