Nice job, America.
On Tues., Feb. 29, a Michigan girl was shot to death by a classmate. While schoolground shootings may be almost commonplace today, usually they take place in high schools, not in elementary schools.
Before putting a bullet into six-year-old Kayla Rolland, the unnamed shooter told her, "I don't like you." Hardly the words of a cold-blooded murderer. This is not a case of, "guns don't kill people, people kill people." It was a gun, not a person, that killed Kayla.