Today in History, May 19

  1. Today in 1921, the Emergency Quota Act went into place to sharply curb immigration. And no, before you think he was involved, Trump was still 25 years away from being born.
  2. Today in 1536, Henry the VIII had his second wife, Anne Boleyn beheaded. She helped his decision to free England from Rome and this is the thanks she got. Shows you shouldn't stick out your neck for anyone.
  3. Today in 1967, the Soviets finally ratified the treaty that banned nuclear weapons from outer space. And now we face "Independence Day 2". Thanks a lot, stupid treaty. This could all have been avoided.