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
Nathan Norman posted the following on Citizen Norman’s Blog December 28, 2014. It is believed to be satire and should not be confused with the genuine views expressed in the Commentary section.
Danish Tennis player Caroline Wozniacki wears a cross necklace
Yesterday I went to the tattoo parlor. I gave them the design [see earlier story]. They asked if I had drawn the design on my penis with a marker. Continue reading
In a first for The Saturnalian, an individual has announced his candidacy for President of the United States on this very blog. Continue reading
Nathan Norman posted the following on Citizen Norman’s Blog October 29, 2014 (it has since been removed after Norman announced his presidential candidacy). It is believed to be satire and should not be confused with the genuine views expressed in the Commentary section.
Scene from the movie The Hot Chick.
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
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