Andrew Breitbart, author of, "Righteous Indignation"

This week on the podcast we have the very polarizing author and political commentator, Andrew Breitbart.  Andrew got his first break in 1995 when he contacted Matt Drudge and became part of the now infamous Drudge Report.  As he proclaims in our interview, he was “a slacker that just happened to be in the right place at the right time.”  Soon after, he was put in touch with Arianna Huffington and the two of them created yet another hugely popular website called the Huffington Post.  With these two slam dunks on his resume, Andrew began to get his hands into various aspects of life, primarily concentrating his efforts in the political arena.  Breitbart’s work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, National Review Online and the Weekly Standard Online, among others. He writes a weekly column for The Washington Times, which also appears at Real Clear Politics.  In this episode we cover numerous aspects of Andrew’s background, beliefs and ideas – primarily in relation to his new book titled Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World, which discusses his political transition from liberal to conservative and his self-declared yet unconvincing hopes of creating a more transparent media. 


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Comments (1)
  1. What did I learn from this podcast. I can turn off a podcast mid way through even though I like the, should say I love, the pod cast up until now. Dude please do not do this again as Mom used to say. I love different options but this was nothing new. Nada, Zip. WTF,
    I did learn that Huffinton Post is a young publication. Is that worth an hour of your time? Not mine my friend. Each week I watch McLaughlin report to watch people slug it out. I like smart people interacting. But one guy on a soapbox……Please?
    Be careful…you have so much invested in an interview and how can you possibly cancel it? I think you get my point. Sometimes it get down to that decision.

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