Listen to a special episode of the ‘Problematic Women’ podcast, a tribute to Federalist Staff Writer Bre Payton with her mother and friends.
Bre radiated grace. In an industry where egos reign, she knew everyone’s name, and at every opportunity, she showed them the love of Christ.
One woman built a career off of substance and hard work. The other is more interested in tallying up her victim points than honing her policy chops.
Listen to our beloved Bre Payton’s joyful laugh and incisive commentary on The Federalist Radio Hour.
In the wake of Federalist staff writer Bre Payton’s sudden death, her colleagues look back on her work with love, tears, and admiration.
Looking around at the tributes Bre Payton’s passing has brought, it’s clear that the only people who didn’t love her are those who didn’t know her.
We can be confident Bre Payton’s heavenly image is even more stunning than her earthly one. And that’s no easy feat at all.
While most of us would walk by and continue on with our lives, Bre Payton walked over to the police and demanded they help an overdosing homeless man. She watched until they did.
Bre Payton’s life is an inspiration, a bright light that tells us we should go after what we want, and work hard for it. For that, I am very grateful.
Bre Payton lived life as if she was always ready to leave it. And she did, too early for all of the rest of us, at the age of 26.
Bre Payton, our beloved staff writer for The Federalist, passed away on Friday in San Diego, California following a sudden illness.
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