This political season, Zivity's 35-year-old chairman and co-founder has emerged among a handful of California money men supporting U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, 75, the Texas libertarian running for the Republican presidential nomination.
Scott Banister, a successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur who founded the San Francisco-based Zivity with his wife, has donated $2,500 to Paul's low-budget campaign and another $5,000 to Paul's Liberty PAC political action committee. Both are the maximum donations allowed by law.
In addition, Banister has put up a $1,000 prize for "the best short film to promote Ron Paul," according to his posting on Prizes.org.
All right Gentlemen, the line must be drawn here. You might not be completely convinced that Ron Paul is the second coming of Thomas Jefferson, but at the very least he does not come for your porn.