Jimmy Carter had solar panels installed on the White House. Reagan had them taken off.
Jimmy Carter legalized home-brewed beer on Oct. 14, 1978.
Shiro Ishii, a Japanese general who oversaw Unit 731 and thousands of horrific war crimes during WWII, was given immunity in exchange for human experimentation data, and may have gone on to do bio weapons research in Maryland.
Allan Dulles helped the Nazis, ran the CIA, was fired by JFK, and then sat on the Warren Commission.
President Nixon had a speech written in case Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were stranded on the Moon, unable to return to Earth.
In 1958 the United States sent a nuclear bomb into space called Starfish Prime to see what would happen to the Van Allen Belt.
The first shot fired by the United States in World War I was in Puerto Rico and not in Europe.
Condoms were illegal in the US until 1936.
Operation Northwoods was a plan that called for CIA to commit genuine acts of terrorism in U.S. cities and elsewhere. These acts of terrorism were to be blamed on Cuba in order to create public support for a war against that nation, which had recently become communist under Fidel Castro.
“Bonus Army” was a group of great war veterans who led a protest in Washington D.C. The police and army killed two and injured over 1,000.