Be nethertheless aware that some of his ideas are usually grating on european nerves, as they are justified by nord-american values and contexts. For example his position on weapons.
I can imagine. He'll move fairly seamlessly, I reckon, from 'I'll use my computer, which I bought, how I want' to 'I'll use my gun, which I bought, how I want'. Or something along those lines.
In fact, no. It's based on "american people rebelled against an unjust english government, which was levying taxes without due representation, soldiers forcing their way into american homes and weapons being forbidden to the people (i'm not so sure on this one), so it's the duty of each american citizen to be wary of the government and have the means to fight it if needed". And as he is the kind of guy who acts on his logic, he is proficient in weapons, and in martial arts.
From my point of view, it's totally logic in a usa context; but from a standard french point of view, well...
"the government is a positive force", "we would remove it if needed (meaning revolution if necessary)", "everybody isn't quite balanced, so the control of weapons is a good thing".