Aiken Area Progressive

Progressive blog for the Central Savannah River Area.

Month: May, 2017

Three judicial activists uphold San Francisco’s illegal ban on public nudity

San Francisco — Three judicial activists have ruled that San Francisco’s public nudity ban can continue to be enforced despite the fact that the O’Brien case in 1968 the court cited actually deals with obscenity (as does another case in 1973), not nudity.

The three out of touch judicial activists in robes ruled that the First Amendment does not apply to public nudity (it does, under two clauses). Gypsy Taub and George Davis, the two plaintiffs who later ceased contact with each other, sued San Francisco four years earlier.

There is absolutely no justification for restricting the rights of nudists, no matter the claim. I hope that Ms. Taub will appeal this outrageous ruling to the full circuit.


Nude dancers to go back to court to demand rejection of Deja Vu’s class action settlement


Flint, Mich. — Nude strippers will be back on court on Tuesday, June 6 to formally announce their intention to file a rejection against a class action settlement of exploitation against the Flint-based Déjà Vu gentlemen clubs.

Merry Clark, a titty bar dancer who currently resides in Kalamazoo, was incensed at the settlement, which totals $6,500,000.00 estimated. She told the Detroit Free Press she and other nude dancers were outrageously exploited for years on top of years by Déjà Vu Services and related companies for “sweaty gross work”. Read the rest of this entry »

MyTube is free – but only for the Windows 10 Phone users and only until Friday

mytube may 22 update

If you are among the 2% of Americans – and 1% of global people – who have a Windows 10 Phone, here is some good news if you are looking for a YouTube client app.

Ryken Studio, the creators of the third-party app MyTube, is very appreciative of the Windows 10 Phone users, no matter how small the userbase is. To show their appreciation, the app, which usually costs 99¢ in the Windows Store, will be free until Friday afternoon EDT.

To get the app on your phone, click on this below.


The real Karen Handel is a vile scumbag who stole from cancer patients


Atlanta, Ga. — Karen Handel is the GOP nominee for the special election being held to replace Health and Human Services secretary Tom Price on June 20.

She may look nice, but do not be fooled. She is very ugly when you look beyond the surface. Read the rest of this entry »

Security guard pleads guilty to indecent exposure in jacking off to the Los Angeles (then San Diego) Charger Girls six months earlier

San Diego — A former Elite Services Security Guard has pleaded guilty to indecent exposure and lewdness after an incident during an NFL game that captured worldwide attention on December 18, 2016.

The media in San Diego, as well as the San Diego Police Department and San Diego County Sheriff’s Department withheld the man’s name. Read the rest of this entry »

Yahoo! Mail is the latest to put the lie to Microsoft’s claims that they can get a billion Windows 10 devices without its phone operating system

Basking Ridge, N.J. — It seems that being a desktop-only app was just too much for Yahoo! and Verizon.

Yahoo! announced on Monday that the app will cease to work on May 22. In fact, the app has already been pulled from the Windows Store on PC.

The app usage was not very high to begin with, and with massive security issues that propelled Marissa Mayer to resign and give up her bonus, the usage no doubt got smaller and smaller. Read the rest of this entry »

Two more apps to be removed from all three mobile OS platforms


This past year has been a bad one for the mobile phone industry as several high profile apps such as Vine have been removed from the Windows Store, App Store and Google Play.

Now, you can add two more apps to that list.

On Monday, SongArc announced that it was removing its app from all three mobile platform stores very soon in an announcement on Facebook. Read the rest of this entry »

Columbia County transgender man dies – judicial activist David Roper is one cause of death

Grovetown, Ga. — A 25-year-old transgender man is dead and a judicial activist sitting on the bench at a Columbia County courthouse in Evans is to blame.

Rowan Feldhaus, 25, died after complications from surgery and another reason –  judicial activist David Roper’s refusal to allow name changes to go through in a timely manner.

“It was complications post surgery and then he was readmitted post surgery and it started snowballing from there,” his friend, Austin Atkins, said.

Rowan Feldhaus, 25, of Augusta, was in the final stages of transitioning into a man. He started the process about 25 months ago. Last year, he petitioned the court to legally change his name to Rowan Elijah.

Roper denied his request stating, “My policy has been that I will not change a name from an obvious female name to an obvious male name and vice versa.” The same judge also denied another local transgender man from changing his name too.

Roper’s decision led to Mr. Feldhaus’s death. He needs to be removed from the bench.

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Anti-Constitution blog Washington Free Beacon posts disgusting gymnophobic attack on Rob Quist. Aiken Area Progressive is endorsing Quist as a result.

GOP Hates the US Constitution

Helena — The anti-Constitution, anti-liberty, anti-freedom thugs called the Republican Party have stooped to an unprecedented low in the Montana special election.

They, along with the notorious anti-Constitution blog Washington Free Beacon, have smeared Rob Quist for performing at a nudist resort when he was an aspiring country music star. Read the rest of this entry »

Victory, although subdued: Permitless carry, open carry bill dead for 2017


Columbia — The regular session of the South Carolina state legislature has ended.

It ended at 17:00 today and while it is a major defeat for many adults due to the failure of the legislature to even consider the bill decriminalizing marijuana, this session did turn out to be a subdued victory for our children.

That’s because the South Carolina Senate ran out of time to pass a dangerous House bill that endangers our children and their public welfare and public safety. Read the rest of this entry »

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