Louisiana police stopped and detained an American citizen for displaying the historic Gadsden "Don't Tread on Me" flag on his car, World Net Daily reports. The flag has a treasured history in America - named after an American general and statesman, Christopher Gadsden, and was once used by The United States Marine Corps as a motto flag. In any case, political talk show icon G. Gordon Liddy was incensed by the reported incident and is now encouraging patriotic and First Amendment loyalists to go buy a Gadsden flag sticker and put it you-know-where -- on your bumper sticker. Just so happens, the Bureaucrash activist group is offering the sticker -- along with other politically incorrect, First Amendment-loving t-shirts, stickers, pins and other "contraband." Visit Bureaucrash.com and click on "contraband" to get your Gadsden flag on.
Edit: Link to the G Gordon Liddy Show podcast, hour 1.