He went a bit too far in saying that we shouldn't register guns -- of course we should. That places too much faith in some people to use them responsibly when instances are rife when they do not. Registering them makes them culpable for how, when and why the weapon was used. Not a bad thing. If his argument is that registering guns with the government gives the government the right to take them away, then fair enough. But, I believe gun registration should be an issue for the states and any sensible state, in my opinion, would require it. If that makes me a bit liberal, so be it.
But, damn, he spoke a lot of truth. That's one intelligent young man there.