The "N***erhead" rock at Rick Perry's hunting camp is driving the news media and the news media are literally driving to it. In droves. The rock is now getting legal protection, according to the New York Times:
The day after The Washington Post reported that Mr. Perry had once hunted at and taken guests to a hunting camp that had the name [N***erhead] painted on a rock at the entrance, cars and trucks traveled the dusty road leading to the area on Monday afternoon. The vehicles belonged to reporters with various newspapers and television news outlets, but their visits were short-lived, and it remained unclear if the rock was even still there.
At a hunting lodge called Krooked River Ranch Outfitters, the main access point to the pasture where the rock is thought to be, the reporters were escorted from the property. “I’ve got the law on the phone right now,” said a man in the hunting lodge’s office. “This is private property you’re on right now.”