A lot of people have produced heartrending tributes to Andrew Breitbart, and he deserves them all. But I like Bill Whittle’s best because it’s short on sentimentalism and long on lessons that can be gleaned from Breitbart’s short life:
Take care of your health. You can’t fight the good fight if you’re dead.
Put it down once in a while and just relax. Life, as we have seen, is short.
Remember who the enemy is—the “news” media who won’t do their job.