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American Third Party Report now under new management


American Third Party Report is now under new management. The website, founded on July 16, 2016, has undergone a new graphic redesign and ownership has been transferred to new hands:


American Third Party Report has been one of the leading websites for news and varying commentaries that relate to minor/alternative political parties and independents since 2014.… Read more ...

William Saturn: Chronicle of the 2016 Reform Party Presidential Race

William Saturn is an IPR contributor. He wrote the following article for Wikinews and republished it on his blog, The Saturnalian, on August 29th, 2016:

The following is adapted from the July 2016 edition of the Wikinews series On the campaign trail.

Reform Party logo

“[T]here was and is a party that was opposed to NAFTA, CAFTA, the WTO and other unfair trade agreements and which is still deeply committed to the Hamiltonian idea of protecting U.S.

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William Saturn: Open Letter to Florida Libertarians


William Saturn is an IPR contributor. He published the following on The Saturnalian on August 25th, 2016:

Dear Florida Libertarians,

This is citizen journalist William Saturn.  I am writing to convince you to vote in the August 30 primary to make Augustus Sol Invictus your next nominee for U.S. Senate.  Admittedly, I am not a member of your party, though I hold it in high esteem.… Read more ...

William Saturn: Functional Fillmore Frugal Movement Ends

This was posted to William Saturn’s blog, The Saturnalian . Mr. Saturn is a contributor here at IPR.

In 2010, an individual using the name “Concerned Citizen” (CC) began commenting on Independent Political Report (IPR) articles.  His comments often reflected social conservative positions and he self-identified as a Constitution Party member.  … Read more ...

William Saturn: Phil Davison, America’s Councilman

William Saturn is an IPR contributor and accredited reporter for Wikinews. 

Published August 28, 2013

Saturn’s Repository blog

America's Councilman

With over 16 years of service in the Minerva Village Council, free speech advocate Phil Davison has more legislative experience than the man the nation elected as president in 2008. Despite his political history, Davison did not gain notice until delivering one of the most impassioned speeches in recent memory.… Read more ...

William Saturn: The Story of Elisa Chan: A Victory for Free Speech

William Saturn is an IPR contributor and reporter for Wikinews. The following was posted on his blog on August 22, 2013: 

When former staffer James Stevens released the secret recording he made of San Antonio Councilwoman Elisa Chan, he felt her “anti-gay” comments would be her undoing. With a September vote upcomingto add gay and transgender people as a protected class in the city’s anti-discrimination ordinance, the resulting silence or absence of Chan would stand as a warning to anyone who dared speak out against the revision.… Read more ...

William Saturn: Jerry Brown’s War on Women

The following was posted on the Saturn Repository blog on August 17, 2013. William Saturn is an IPR contributor and accredited Wikinews reporter. 


Despite the claim that Republicans have declared war on women by opposing publicly-funded birth control, Democratic Governor Jerry Brown of California seems to be going out of his way to wage his own kind of war on women.… Read more ...

William Saturn Reviews Don Grundmann’s CandleCrusade.org

William Saturn has been an IPR contributor since December 2011. He is also an accredited reporter for Wikinews. Saturn’s personal blog can be found here

Former State Chairman for the California Constitution Party, a 2008 and 2012 Constitution Party presidential candidate, and frequent IPR reader, Don Grundmann operates CandleCrusade.org.… Read more ...

William Saturn: The Last Stop for Free Speech?

William Saturn is a longtime IPR contributor and accredited reporter for Wikinews.

No visitor retains the right to post on IPR. The owner can manage the site as he pleases. But there is no reason IPR cannot attempt to replicate the free and fair society that its owner, contributors, and followers envision.… Read more ...