St. Louis Tea Party Coalition Mourns the Loss and Celebrates the Life of Andrew Breitbart

He was a friend of the movement, and a friend of St. Louis Tea Party Coalition.

Andrew Breitbart, just 43 with a young family and future that included saving the world, was taken from us in the night.

It’s our duty to complete the mission he so gallantly fought.

Free markets, fiscal responsibility, Constitutionally limited government.


Please share your thoughts below. 

May he rest in peace.


  1. Ccski says:

    I am heart-broken at the loss of one the Tea Party’s Greatest Champions for our cause.
    Any time he was on TV for an interview, I stopped what I was doing to catch it, anxious to hear about his latest project. I will carry my memories of his courage with me, forever.

  2. patriotsoul says:

    I will carry on his bravery and voice of truth!
    This could be the beginning of MANY Breitbarts rising up!
    The Left will become more brazen and bold…so should we.
    My God, I will miss him!

  3. Gemey McNabb says:

    This is a terrible blow to the conservative cause and to freedom itself. We need to follow Brietbart’s methods and be fearless in the way we uncover the truth and not be afraid to stand up for what is right! May he RIP……….

  4. one ant says:

    His book “Righteous Indignation” is excellent.  I’m glad he got it finished and published before he died. To find out he had a heart problem and knew it, makes he’s accomplishments even more remarkable. At Quincy IL 2 1/2 years ago he called the teaparty an army of ants. Every time I hear of  a corrupt politician be defeated or forced to resign I hum the song “High Hopes” (about ants) and replace the words rubber tree plant with corrupt politician.