How about a focus on defensive gun use?

Feb 23, 2014 Full story: Asheville Citizen-Times

Once again the AC-T shows it's anti-gun bias by including two USA Today articles about the white thug that shot and killed a black teen in Florida, yet ignores a woman in Greenville, SC, that used a gun, just a couple weeks ago, to save the life of her friend and herself.

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Simpsonville, SC

#1 Feb 25, 2014
Do we report the news "truths" or has it become a selective history lesson in political bias? To save lives with responsible use of firearms is news worthy, relevant and meaningful. To report one sided events to capture political or ethnic bias to support an agenda is disingenuous at best and discrediting at worst.

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