I read The New York Times because I've been doing it since 1958, and because there's a terrible fascination in watching it decline from what it once was into the sad thing that it is now. The Times has never been one to pass up a shot at the gun industry, and in the January 15 edition was a piece entitled "Tucson Shootings Add to Glock's Notoriety," by a Andrew Martin. Mr. Martin is no lightweight. He was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard, and is co-holder of a Pulitzer Prize. His field of reporting is finance.