So, Stephen Miller is still trying to stay relevant. And trying to convince us he actually has a decent amount of hair on his head by going to Home Depot and picking up some Rustoleum to spray in the rest. I mean, I assume that’s what he did.
Today in 1943, the Act of 1882, also known as the Chinese Exclusion Act, was repealed. Seems like only yesterday we had a president who wasn’t a total jackass who realized you can’t just unilaterally block immigrants and refugees from certain countries because you think they’re going to “take our jobs.”
Also, some wacky little animated show aired its premiere in 1989, with “Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire.” I wonder whatever happened to that scrappy series.