After months of requests from The Saturnalian for Franklin Pierce University to upload video of its August 21 U.S. Senate debate, the University finally added the debate to its YouTube channel yesterday . The video features five candidates for the Republican Party’s Senate nomination in New Hampshire. Participants included perennial candidate Andy Martin, whom The Saturnalian chronicled here in July. Former Senator Bob Smith also took part in the debate. Continue reading
2016 Libertarian Party presidential candidate and Progressive Libertarian Alliance Strategy (PLAS) founder Robert Milnes has formed a new electoral coalition. This time it includes Nazis.
With longtime Democratic Senator Tim Johnson of South Dakota not seeking re-election, the race for his open U.S. Senate seat is wide open. Republican nominee and former governor Mike Rounds currently leads the polls over his three opponents: Democrat Rick Weiland, Independent Gordon Howie, and Independent Larry Pressler. Pressler, 72, represented South Dakota in the Senate as a Republican from 1979 to 1997. He is hoping to revive his political career after a long absence from public office. In a recent SurveyUSA poll, Pressler jumped to second place in the race, just three points behind Rounds. With Weiland not included in the poll, Pressler leads Rounds 54 percent to 39 percent. However, despite Pressler’s momentum and apparent independent/outsider perspective, he evades citizen journalists like myself, acting more like an establishment duopoly candidate than a genuine independent.
Mosheh Thezion of Burbank, California is a serious man. He has serious concerns about the future of the United States. As a result, he is currently exploring a 2016 presidential bid. Unfortunately, his Facebook portrait (shown above) is negatively affecting his prospects.
In 2010, Georgia boxing promoter Don “Moose” Lewis announced his intention to create the All-American Basketball Alliance (AABA). The Alliance sought to establish a league of basketball teams based in twelve southeastern U.S. cities. The teams were to be made up entirely of natural-born White American citizens. Lewis’s stated goal was to return fundamentals to American basketball and give opportunity to White players. African-Americans make up the majority of the NBA, the premier American basketball league. Continue reading