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
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
18 Democratic presidential candidates participate in the Lesser-Known Candidates Forum.
Image: Marc Nozell
St. Anselm College held its twelfth quadrennial “Lesser-Known” Candidates Forum last week ahead of the February 9 New Hampshire Primary. The three hour event featured five Republican candidates and eighteen Democratic candidates. It aired nationally on C-SPAN-2 and on the local Manchester station WMUR-TV. Continue reading
On Tuesday, Free Press Publications owner and Free Keene member Darryl Perry moderated a mayoral debate for Keene, New Hampshire, a city of about 24,000 people. The Keene Liberty Alliance, a local libertarian organization to which Perry belongs, hosted the debate. Continue reading
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Potential 2016 presidential candidates take heed. Donald Trump has delivered one of the best presidential announcement speeches in a long time. Continue reading
All individuals seeking the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination are invited to this page to participate in The Saturnalian‘s first ever presidential candidates forum. Continue reading
Former NH Senate candidate Andy Martin.
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