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I said last week after Andrew Breitbart’s sudden death that “his legacy online and in the conservative movement is built to last.”

To put a super-sized exclamation point on it, be sure to visit the re-launched Breitbart.com empire.

All of the Big sites are now under one gorgeous umbrella, and the feature piece is Breitbart’s kick-off piece on vetting Barack Obama’s radical Alinsky love affair.

Congrats and kudos to Breitbart’s crew — Dana Loesch, Joel Pollak, Kurt Schlicter, John Nolte, Larry O’Connor, Liberty Chick, and the entire staff of editors and writers — for carrying the torch.

Carry on and keep kicking ass.

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The young activists at Misfit Politics pay rousing tribute with “I am Breitbart.”

“War!”

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If you’re in NYC tonight, Karol Markowicz sends word that they will be holding an event in his memory at 7pm at Sanctuary Bar, 314 West 39th St (b 8/9). More info here.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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