There are many old laws that still stand right here in the United States that are outdated and irrelevant today, and although one can make a case that the states need to spend time to go back and repeal them to reflect a more modern era, it is insulting to an American’s intelligence to think anyone would actually enforce these laws to begin with. I will share four of such laws below.
The 1863 law President Lincoln signed abolishing Dakota Indians from Minnesota.
Blythe, Calif.: You reportedly aren’t allowed to wear cowboy boots unless you own at least two cows.
Dana Point: One may not use one’s own restroom if the window is open.
Pasadena: It is illegal for a secretary to be alone in a room with her boss.
As I stated before, assimilation is inevitable, but can be prolonged in an uncomfortable environment, in which nobody benefits.