This had me in stitches. A quote from a facebook user: "This kid will work for the CIA one day, sticks to his story and doesn't change."
We're going to make it a point here at The Daily Banter to report on gun deaths of children - not because anyone enjoys reading about them, but because the US has to confront the epidemic that kills twice as many children as cancer does.
On the same day that Aaron Alexis gun down 12 victims in Washington DC, a 24-year-old man in Michigan city was arrested for shooting to death a 3-year-old boy in what an official said was "a game" the man played with a gun.
Ted Cruz tells a startled little girl that everything is burning.
In most countries around the world, parents worry about things like bullying, the quality of teachers and facilities at the schools they send their 5 year olds to. Not in America. At Westside Elementary School in Tennessee, a 5 year old brought a loaded gun to school in his backpack that accidentally went off in the cafeteria.
Virginia McLaurin's joyous visit to the White House does not mark the end of racism in America, but provides a powerful symbol of how far the country has come, and where it might one day end up.