Glamour Model Mandy Kay Raises Key Legal Issue

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Mandy Kay
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American glamour model Mandy Kay, whom The Saturnalian interviewed last September, informed The Saturnalian of an important legal matter arising from a pornographic website’s unauthorized publication of a show she performed.  Mandy believes the site Motherless.com violated copyright laws by posting her video and then ignoring her takedown requests.  Motherless (the content host) initially made no response to Mandy’s complaint, but now, after an inquiry by The Saturnalian, Mandy has pursued an alternative approach, which resulted in having the video taken down successfully.

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Robert Milnes Proposes “Final Solution” to “Phenomena of The Jews”

Progressive activist Robert Milnes, a candidate for the 2016 presidential nominations of the Green and Libertarian Parties, has proposed a “final solution” for the world’s Jewish population.  Believing that Jews have no rightful homeland, that the creation of Israel was a mistake, and that Jews are interfering in American politics (including having Milnes evicted from his home last May), Milnes wants to relocate Jews to an artificial island in the Mediterranean Sea. Continue reading

Don Grundmann: Worshipping the Golden Anus

Don Grundmann, the former Chairman of the Constitution Party of California posted the following in the comment section of the IPR article “Darryl W. Perry: Indiana Law has Unintended Consequence.”  It is written in the context of the Indiana Senate Bill 101, which Governor Mike Pence signed into law last week to protect Religious freedom.  The Saturnalian does not necessarily endorse the opinion expressed in this commentary. Continue reading

ATPR Interface Recalls IPR Past

This past week, yours truly, William Saturn, decided to redesign the interface of American Third Party Report (ATPR), which had recently been acquired by myself and fellow Independent Political Report (IPR) writers Jed Ziggler and Paul Frankel.  The new interface is based upon that which IPR used from its founding in 2008 until its redesign in 2013.  The intent of this new interface is not simply to focus on the old times, but to recall fond memories of what IPR once was. Continue reading