I recently discovered that the New York Times has a website section called “Op-Docs” (as opposed to “Op-Eds”). So I scoured it for anti-gun agitprop. (The idea that the Gray Lady would restrict its love for civilian disarmament to its published pages is as absurd as the idea that Veronica Varekova would ban beach shoots from her repertoire.) I found this “Shoot One Please” – CUNY grad Ken Christensen’s documentary about a reluctant deer hunter who wounds his first deer (you can hear it screaming in the sound track). Later, after his brother administers the [unseen] coupe de grace, the young man promises to “hunt my whole life.” You know; after he “regroups.” Fair enough or a cherry-picked example of gun culture bullying its people into the fold? Documentary, propaganda or both?