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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Time for a national discussion on match control?

Witness Erickson Ipina called 911, and police arrested Dennis Petillo, 24, a short time later. He was booked for investigation of attempted murder and was held on $500,000 bail. It wasn’t immediately known if he had retained an attorney.

“He just poured it all over the old lady,” Ipina told reporters at the scene. “Then he threw the match on her and started running.”

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Editor’s note: It’s time we banned any match book or box containing more than 5 matches … and completely outlawed “assault” lighters. The Bill of Rights is totally silent about any supposed “right” to bear fire.  Oh, where is Senator Feinstein when we need her most?!

Sotomayor response indicates she is either a bad liar or an unqualified fool

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Judge Sotomayor and Senator DeMint

“When I asked if an unborn child has any rights whatsoever, I was surprised that she said she had never thought about it,” Sen. DeMint reported. “This is not just a question about abortion, but about the respect due to human life at all stages, and I hope this is cleared up in her hearings.”

“Those who serve on the highest court in America must have an unwavering commitment to the Constitution and equal justice for all Americans,” he said.

Sen. DeMint also expressed concern about her views on the Second Amendment, which protects the right to bear arms.

On June 2, Sotomayor had a meeting with Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA), who supports legalized abortion. After the meeting, Sen. Feinstein said she felt comfortable that Sotomayor supports the Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade as a precedent.

The nominee also met with Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) on June 3. A supporter of abortion, Wyden told reporters he was “very pleased” that Judge Sotomayor has indicated in the past that she possesses “a great respect for precedent,” Politico says.

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