Augustus Sol Invictus, a candidate for U.S. Senate in Florida, gave the following remarks, as uploaded on YouTube, upon his defeat in the August 30 Libertarian primary. Transcript of the remarks is re-posted below as found on Invictus’ Facebook page.
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On Monday at the Republican National Convention, then-presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump entered the stage in memorable fashion to introduce his wife, Melania, who was to give that night’s keynote address. Although Trump’s entrance was superb, internet users made one major improvement, accentuating the perception of Trump as a larger-than-life figure. Continue reading
Yesterday, on the 14000 block of Brookpark Road in Cleveland, Ohio, at the America’s Best Value Inn, “That Libertarian” Dr. Marc Allan Feldman drew his final breath. Such was the fate of an accomplished anesthesiologist, rapper, IPR frequenter and Libertarian presidential candidate; dead at the age of 56 in a hotel room in the city in which he lived. Continue reading
Originally published at Wikinews
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