Twelve 2016 Libertarian Party presidential candidates participated in IPR’s second-ever presidential candidates questionnaire. The candidates were asked seven serious questions and three “fun” questions. At IPR, responses to only two of the fun questions were published. The third is published here as an exclusive to The Saturnalian. Continue reading
For an information-seeker, this is the golden age. With a simple search, any question can be answered. With just a click, any wandering thoughts satisfied. At our disposal is a mind-reader, a spaceship, and a time machine. Even in terms of the Internet itself, we are in our prime. Whereas Web 1.0 provided us the world at our fingertips, Web 2.0 opens the Akashic records to all Mankind. Continue reading
As was brought to my attention by frequent Saturnalian reader and presidential candidate Robert Milnes, the Pennsylvania Libertarian Party held a presidential debate on March 15, 2008 in which Milnes participated. Continue reading
Augustus Sol Invictus is an Orlando-area attorney who graduated from DePaul College of Law. He is perhaps best known for the “Departure Memo” he wrote in 2013 in which he renounced his U.S. citizenship, his law degree, law firm, and claimed he would go into hiding in the Florida wilderness to prepare for civil war. Last year, he declared his candidacy for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 U.S. Senate nomination in Florida. As transcribed on his Facebook page, he delivered the following speech yesterday to the Florida Libertarian Convention. The Saturnalian does not necessarily endorse the views expressed in this speech. Continue reading
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Famed and controversial Reverend Alberto Medvedev called a press conference this morning in which he demanded the Libertarian Party change its legal name to the “Third Party of Power” to secure electoral victory in the upcoming 2016 presidential election. Continue reading
Unsanctioned Libertarian Party presidential candidate Nathan Norman recently unveiled a new campaign logo, replacing a similar logo the campaign had used since Norman announced his candidacy in January 2015.
“We think it’s a lot cleaner,” says Norman, “it looks better on the Wikipedia profile.” Continue reading
A week after #CruzSexScandal set the Twitterverse ablaze on the heels of The National Enquirer’s exposé of GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz, The Saturnalian could ignite a firestorm of its own with the following report of a sex scandal involving a “longstanding, well known Progressive” presidential candidate. Continue reading