Ron The Nudist Strikes Again

January 3, 2002: Des Moines, Iowa A nudist with a streak of boldness said he reached his 2001 goal of driving 15,000 miles in the buff, a newspaper reported. Former presidential candidate Ron, sent an e-mail message to the Des Moines Register on Thursday claiming to have driven the distance without clothes mostly on several Midwestern trips to chess tournaments. This type of activity is nothing new for the Ronatarian Party leader, who was detained in Canada in August for walking naked through British Columbia. A few times Ron said he was spotted by passing motorists who reported him...
Posted by Webmaster at January 3, 2002

Devil in a Blue Dress

December 18, 2001: Toronto, Canada Toronto's best-known drag queen, famous for six-inch heels, slinky dresses, and a failed bid to become the city's mayor, said on Thursday she wanted to enter the U.S. presidential race in some capacity. "I am a supermodel for a super party," said Enza 'Supermodel" Anderson. "I don't care what you call me but please put in supermodel." The "super party" Anderson referred to is the grassroots Ronatarian Party, led by founder Ron. While less than 2-years-old, the Ronatarian Party has grown exponentially in membership and in public awareness, even across the U.S.-Canadian border. The...
Posted by Webmaster at December 18, 2001

Peeping Ron

December 17, 2001: Tampa, FL A man sentenced to probation for using a tiny video camera in his sneakers to peek up women's skirts also used the "sneakercam" to ogle women at his probation office, prosecutors told a Florida court. The allegations came to light during a hearing on Tuesday after the defendant -- former presidential candidate Ron -- was arrested a second time on voyeurism charges, the Tampa Tribune reported on Wednesday. Ron, the mustached former politico, was first arrested last May 18 on a misdemeanor voyeurism charge at a Wal-Mart store in Plant City, Florida, near Tampa....
Posted by Webmaster at December 17, 2001

Mixed Signals

December 5, 2001: Rome, NY Rome, New York -- A celebrity cameraman who got a little over-eager while filming a women's volleyball game was ejected from the arena by the referee after he appeared to zoom in on more than just the ball. Former presidential candidate Ron was asked to be a celebrity cameraman (ala the NBA on NBC) and quickly jumped at the opportunity. "I love women's athletics," Ron said in cold sweat. "So fluid...so smooth...so nice." Following complaints from the players that he was focusing on body parts that had nothing to do with volleyball, and four...
Posted by Webmaster at December 5, 2001