MURFREESBORO – Glenn Jacobs, a professional wrestler who moonlights as a libertarian political activist, spoke for a few minutes with TNReport.com at the August meeting of the Rutherford County Campaign for Liberty, where he spent an evening grappling with the history of monetary policy in America. Known to many of his fans as “Kane,” the name he currently brawls under, Jacobs confirmed that for “personal reasons” he’s not running for U.S. Senate against Lamar Alexander, the incumbent Tennessee Republican up for reelection in 2014. “I just don’t think the time is right for me,” he said. However, Jacobs said he’s by no means abandoning his interest in Tennessee politics. He said he’ll continue fighting to advance his small-government philosophy and advocate freedom-friendly policy ideas through the Tennessee Campaign for Liberty, an organization he helped found. In the interview below, Jacobs discusses his views on Alexander, who he still thinks ought to retire, as well as Tennessee’s other senator, Chattanooga Republican Bob Corker. Jacobs also opines on the so-called Marketplace Fairness Act and the prospects of a U.S. attack on Syria, neither of which he supports.