An armed population is an essential guarantee against centralized tyranny.

Addressing Feinstein directly, Mr. Boston, who served tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, says he’ll refuse to register his weapons and writes, “You ma’am have overstepped a line that is not your domain.”

“I am not your subject,” he continues. “I am the man who keeps you free. I am not your servant. I am the person whom you serve. I am not your peasant.”

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  1. My sympathies with Mr. Boston include, of course, his righteous and correct assertion of the 2A rights of all. It should also be noted that military veterans who have undergone any treatment for psychological disorders–e.g. PTSD–can be denied their 2A rights forever, even if their treatment was successful and if they are shown to be no threat to themselves or to others.

    My sympathies end at the beginning of Mr. Boston’s “service” in Iraq and Afghanistan. As a volunteer, he had a choice before enlisting. As a Marine sworn to defend the Constitution, he had a duty–which overrides any obligation to “follow orders”–to resist service in unconstitutional wars


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