Cody Wilson's values and vision are diametrically opposite of those held by Josh H. That's what I think.
If you were wondering what I might think about what Josh H. wrote I'm afraid you are in for a major disappointment. I only read his stuff to fact-check, given that the rest is ideology. I happen to disagree with his ideology, but have no problem with it being published it because I really do believe that the American public has become more sophisticated and able to detect mania than, for example, the Germans of the 1920s-30s-40s. Besides, Josh H. has no quick and simple fix - it's just not possible to tell who everyone is who has a gun and there is a better-than-good chance that fairly soon after they start door-to-door searches and confiscations there will be major pushback. (They can cancel the internet and cell service all they want, and they already control the media. Too many folks have already drunk the Kool-Ade that says when those communications links go down the .gov is up to no good.)
I am quite conflicted about defending Josh H.'s right to say what he says "to the death" - especially if it's my death we are talking about. I am probably more inclined to let him have his whack in court.
What do I think about 3-D printing of gun parts? I think folks should have kept their mouths shut and not let BAFTEIEIO start thinking about a whole new set of regulations before the technology even gets perfected.