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Who exactly is Glenn Jacobs? Glenn Jacobs is an American from Knoxville, Tennessee. He currently works for World Wrestling Entertainment as the demented Kane. When he’s not wrestling, Glenn spends most of his free time with his wife and family. In an interview with Lew Rockwell, Glenn mentioned that it was fellow wrestler and friend, Sean Morley (Val Venis), that introduced him to the idea of Libertarianism. Glenn is a well known, and avid, Ron Paul supporter.

In 2007, Glenn started up his blog, The Adventures of Citizen X where he detailed his own opinions and blogs over variuos political topics. The website would continue to be around until late 2011, when it was removed from the internet for a short time. In 2012, The Adventures of Citizen X returned to the internet once more.

From late 2007 to early 2008, Glenn also ran a political podcast under the pseudonym, Citizen X, titled The Tiny Political Blog. On the show, Glenn discussed various current political topics and would sometimes have guests on, like good friend and professional wrestler, Stevie Richards.

Over the years, Glenn has participated in various speaking roles as a member of the Free State Project. He has spoken at the New Hampshire Liberty Forum in 2009, and at the Ludvig von Mises Institute.

In early 2012, Glenn challenged Lt. Governor, Ron Ramsey in a debate over Internet tax sales issue. No word was ever said if Ramsey took up Glenn on the debate.