Twitter suspended the account of porn star Kagney Linn Karter last week after she allegedly posted an image of singer Chris Brown’s penis. According to TMZ.com, Brown’s attorneys ordered the take down, which removed all of Karter’s tweets. Continue reading
Independent Political Report has dedicated a thread to allow its readers to ask questions to three of the candidates for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination. Physician Marc Allan Feldman, writer Darryl Perry, and self-proclaimed Mensa-member Keenan Wallace Dunham all participated in the thread. Continue reading
Blogger Nathan Norman
Blogger Nathan Norman announced earlier this week that he will seek the Libertarian Party (LP) presidential nomination in 2016. If victorious, Norman says he will cede the nomination to former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.
“I do not claim to be qualified to win the presidency,” said Norman, “but I intend to win the nomination as a stand-in” for Gingrich. Continue reading
The following was originally posted September 4, 2014 at 88FourteenWordPress, the blog of Nazi activist Vernon. This particular post does not discuss Nazi issues, but instead examines practice of anonymity on the internet and throughout history. The Saturnalian does not necessarily endorse the views expressed in this commentary. Continue reading
On January 9, blogger Peregrin Wood posted an article on the news blog Irregular Times, citing dissatisfaction with three candidates for the Green Party’s 2016 presidential nomination. Of the three, the article specifically mentions progressive activist Robert Milnes in its title, proclaiming “No. No. Please No,” at the possibility of Milnes representing the Green Party in 2016. Continue reading
Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Stéphane Charbonnier
The Saturnalian stands with French newspaper Charlie Hebdo against the Islamists who target free expression with violence. To combat these acts, we must continue to express ourselves without fear. Doing so is the only way to defeat the Islamists.
Former Democratic Senator Jim Webb is running for president in 2016. Wait. Scratch that. He’s currently exploring a run for president in 2016. Despite that distinction the inevitable Democratic frontrunner, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, has Webb in her cross-hairs. Having had seven years to stew over her defeat in 2008 at the hands of Barack Obama, Clinton’s not taking any challenge lightly. Continue reading
In his December 30 address, African American Pastor James Manning of ATLAH (All The Land Anointed Holy) in Harlem, called on the media to speak the truth on racial issues. He also asked supporters to boycott MSNBC and its sponsors (listed on the Kelly Truth Squad website), until MSNBC fires talk show host Al Sharpton, whom Manning describes as a “cop killer.” Continue reading