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The end of gun permits, traffic stops and the goldfinch flag

From NBC's Jillian Hughes
Recent polling has the Tennessee Republican gubernatorial primary in a three-way battle between Tennessee congressman Zach Wamp, Knoxville mayor Bill Haslam and current Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey. But a fourth, rather eccentric, candidate has made his way onto the scene.

Former Marine Basil Marceaux (otherwise known as Basil Marceaux dot com) shared his vision for Tennessee last week on WSMV-Nashville.

Note that the three-stripe flag he is referring to is probably the first Confederate flag, used from 1861 to 1863.

His website, where he claims he will “immune you from all state crimes for the rest of your life” is also worth a visit.