During his college days at Eureka College in Illinois, future-president Ronald Reagan was a cheerleader.
Despite the Republican Party being anti union, ironically Ronald Reagan was a two-time president of the Screen Actor’s Guild, an American Labor Union.
Ronald Reagan’s 1st wife was Jane Wyman. Reagan was Wyman’s 3rd husband.
NFL player Harry Carson was among the first to make the practice of pouring a Gatorade cooler on a coach, a tradition after winning a football game. When his team The New York Giants went to celebrate their Super Bowl win at the White House in 1987, the cooler tradition was given to President RonaldContinue reading “Fun Fact: Pouring Popcorn on Ronald Reagan”
The Fairness Doctrine was a U.S. law that required any major news station and journalist to present controversial issues in a manner that was suppose to be honest, balanced, and equitable. The Fairness Doctrine was eliminated in 1987 under President Ronald Reagan.