Skip to comments.Andrew Breitbart Buried, Legacy Survives Amidst Release of Obama-Bell Videos
Posted on 03/08/2012 5:54:54 PM PST by STARWISE
Friends, family members and journalists came together in Los Angeles on Tuesday to celebrate the life of media icon Andrew Breitbart only hours before his team returned to a nearby newsroom to tackle a story about President Barack Obama endorsing racialist professor Derrick Bell during his law school days at Harvard.
The Tuesday afternoon service lasted about two hours from 1-3 p.m. PST.
The family held a reception afterwards at a Brentwood hotel on Sunset Boulevard where guests were invited to take a stage and tell personal stories about experiences they had shared with Breitbart.
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This obituary, written upon his death, had some interesting points to make:
Bell was credited with developing critical race theory, which suggested that the U.S. legal system was inherently biased against African Americans and other minorities because it was built on an ingrained white point of view. He argued in his many books and lectures that the life experiences of black people and other minorities should be considered in hiring decisions and in applying the law....Breitbarts point of an unvetted president is proven:
This also sounds like Holder and how he is running the DOJ
Rest in peace mighty warrior.
This begs the question of how the "African American" POV on law would differ. Do they not believe in equality under the law? Do they not believe in private property rights? Do they not believe in juries of peers? Is it more basic even than that? Do they not believe that we are all endowed by our Creator with unalienable rights?
Just what was Derrick Bell's (and what is 0bama's) view of a legal system that isn't "biased against blacks?"