Here is a somewhat interesting conflict of conservative values (to me at least).The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that the city cannot prevent people from keeping handguns in their homes.
Does a local government have the right to decide they don't want handguns in their community? Or are hand guns a fundamental right that local government cannot deny? Which tops which?
I realize the case isn't decide on those issues but rather on the definition of militia. Which to an extent is a valid question, but to me a lot the definition depends on which political view taken on the questions above.
My gut is that I a community should be able to decide its gun laws although I'm not sure if I have thought through all of implications of militia as defined by DC.