Breitbart

For Breitbart, It's Only a "Race Murder" If the Victims Are White
August 26, 2015

The conservative website's coverage of the live TV killing in Virginia is starkly different than of the Charlestown church massacre.

The Republican Party Is Becoming a Bloodbath
August 19, 2015

Donald Trump is causing conservatives to turn on each other, and it's not pretty.

Conservatives Have Waged a 50-Year War to Prove the News Media Can't Be Trusted
February 13, 2015

They say the Brian Williams scandal is just the latest proof.

A Government Shutdown Can't Stop Obama's Immigration Plan—and John Boehner Knows It
December 02, 2014

Republicans aren't punting. They're surrendering.

Conservatives Are Furious That Liberals Are Trying to Register Ferguson Residents to Vote
August 20, 2014

“I think it’s not only disgusting but completely inappropriate," said Missouri's GOP director.

Conservatives Are Even Unskewing Baseball Numbers Now
August 01, 2013

Breitbart, the news and opinion site that bears the surname of its late founder Andrew, has several verticals. All present aspects of the world through a conservative lens.

Nashville Nation
February 05, 2010

Sunday, February 7, 3:28 p.m. Among the convention’s several last-minute saves—opening the conference to media, replacing one speaker who fell ill and another who dropped last minute—was bringing on Andrew Breitbart. Convention spokesman Mark Skoda knew the conservative media mogul through their mutual friend Mike Flynn, who manages the Breitbart site BigGovernment.com, and when Marsha Blackburn and Michele Bachmann backed out, Breitbart swooped in to help. At first, Breitbart himself was just supposed to introduce Sarah Palin. But to no one’s surprise, really, his portfolio grew.