Militia movement's heroes will be packing heat at rally on the Potomac
I just find it and post it.
Daniel Almond, a three-tour veteran of Iraq, is ready to "muster outside D.C." on Monday with several dozen other self-proclaimed patriots, all of them armed. They intend to make history as the first people to take their guns to a demonstration in a national park, and the Virginia rally is deliberately being held just a few miles from the Capitol and the White House.
re: LeChuck Agree with you, nothing but bad publicity
From a quick Google search on this issue:
Originally Posted by LeChuck
"Two types of statutes proscribe private militia activity. The first type prohibits paramilitary organization altogether, and the second proscribes paramilitary training.
Although anti-paramilitary organization laws are an outright ban on the creation of private militia, anti-paramilitary training statutes require proof of intent to commit a proscribed act. 
Seventeen states have currently adopted anti-paramilitary organization laws,  seventeen states
have anti-paramilitary training statutes,  and seven states have adopted both anti-organization and
anti-training statutes.  [Page 1607]"
VA appears to not have a law prohibiting creation of a militia, but it does outlaw training. I have no idea if there are National Park Regulations which in addition to their (prior) gun prohibition also regulate training.
"5.12 What kind of a reception are these groups likely to find from judges if they ever get to court?
A. They may not find the courts very friendly. Put bluntly, unauthorized self-selected paramilitary organizations are considered by the courts to be a danger to American democracy
and the Constitution."
re: Gun Geezer-horrifically misguided and wrong
Wrong. Our constitution does not command us to do what you are afraid to actually say in words--- and so you dance around the notion of rebellion with the use of a grandiose metaphor full of cryptic meaning: "abolish malignant growth that has invaded our sacred republic," and by so stating, you hope to incite others to do the illegal things you yourself won't do. And should not do, and must not do!
Originally Posted by GunGeezer
You are no patriot sir.
It is our duty to uphold our constitution by obeying the law, by voting, and by serving on juries. It is our individual option to do our one three hundred millionths of the chore of running this country by going to school, going to work, and if we so choose, running for elective office.
There is no right to rebellion, anymore than there is a right to murder. Think about that.
glockman10mm said this well: "As a gun ownership community, it is time that we seperate ourselves from the overzealous radicals who claim to be patriots and use their twisted and ignorant views of history to make us all look like idiots"