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  • Breitbart: to loudly and blazenly trumpet spoken and filmed snippets of people in an attempt to extirpate parties, people, careers, powers, ideologies and potentates who don't jive with your politics. A mote in their eye becomes a beam in your eye.

    July 22, 2010

  • http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0710/40041.html has a great usage from Ari Melber: "We live in a world where anyone can be Breitbarted — the question isn't whether you can be clipped out of context, or have your life's work overshadowed by a day's worth of links.”

    July 22, 2010