You know, even in the South I don't expect the media to be a friend of gun owners. But when it happens, I am happily surprised, even if it sometimes feels like a left-handed compliment.:
Davis was one of dozens of area women lured away from their Sunday morning routines to give guns a chance. Officially, the National Rifle Association-funded event at the Sir Walter Gun Club, a private range near Creedmoor, was about fun and bonding. But the sessions on safety and responsibility provided a competing narrative to the controversy that erupts over guns after each shooting spree in an American shopping mall or college campus.
Is it possible that the media is starting to see things differently? Or perhaps, looking at the recent arguments in the Heller case, they see some handwriting on the wall?