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Dire warnings about legal marijuana have not come to pass.
Asians sue Harvard for discrimination in a case that may end college racial preferences.
New film The Creepy Line argues that tech giants sometimes silence conservatives and try to steer America left.
Six gifts to help people learn about liberty.
Tech companies are compiling incredibly detailed dossiers about you.
Socialist regimes use government brutality to enforce bad laws.
Vaping may not be safe, but it's a lot safer than cigarettes.
Amazon lobbies for government favors and bad regulations.
Many people think Sweden is socialist, but its success comes from free markets.
New ideas, like leasing naming rights for public bridges and buildings, would save taxpayers money.
People who fled Cuba and Venezuela warn Americans not to embrace socialism.
Dave Rubin tells John Stossel how he walked away from the left.
Cities limit electric scooters with needless regulations.
Judge Kavanaugh will mostly advance freedom, says Cato's Ilya Shapiro.
Politicians condemn price gougers, but students explain why "gouging" is good.
Bernie Sanders has millions of viewers who watch his socialist videos.
How to reform social security so that it won't bankrupt us.
Activists want to increase minimum wage for tipped workers.
The claim that Americans use 500 million plastic straws daily is based on a nine-year-old's school project.
Author Warren Farrell says welfare programs encourage fatherless households.
What we should celebrate on Independence Day.
Peterson: “SJWs” evolved from Marxism.
Developer claims politicians blocked their project to favor a crony who helps the politicians.
Government pushing college harms America.
DNA testing reveals that long-used forensic methods are error-riddled.
The Seattle government passes a job-killing tax to fix the housing shortage it helped cause.
Trump's secretary of education says she's "undeterred."
Are armed teachers a solution to school shootings?
Lessons from Jordan Peterson's book 12 Rules for Life
The many taxes you pay without knowing.
The story of how the government can take your home against your will.
Candace Owens took "the red pill," and now gives “red pills” to millions through her online videos.
Americans should be wary of something similar.
John Stossel fights with a Philadelphia City Councilman about the city's new soda tax.
John Stossel says voluntary, free trade improves lives.
John Stossel picks the best and worst political performances of the year.
The Supreme Court hears a case that might crush government unions. The unions are upset. Stossel debates a union official.
People applauded when government shut down the drug website Silk Road. But online drug sales increased.
Where does the United States land on the 2017 Freedom Index? Not as high as you think.
Success Academy's Eva Moskowitz has demonstrated that more choice in education yields incredible outcomes.
A "hate group" list loved by the media is bogus.
Keeping up with New York regulations is enough to shut down some businesses.
What does the future hold for libertarians?
Few things are as destructive as Socialism, Communism, Fascism...
Protectionism at play? Politicians say food trucks are "unfair competition" for restaurants.
The New York Times drives John Stossel crazy. He wants to rip it up, because so many stories have a left-wing bias.
Democrats complain GOP tax plan mostly helps rich people who already “take” wealth from others. Do they, really?
This Thanksgiving, say thank you to "private property".
John Stossel confronts a prostitute, a pimp and an anti-prostitution crusader.
Regions around the world are fighting for independence. If people want to secede, let them!
Why we worry about the wrong things.
Media slam "profit-seeking" military contractors, yet evidence shows they're more efficient and even helped end piracy in Somalia.
Is rebuilding after disasters the government's responsibility?
CNN reports that the Alaskan Pebble Mine will destroy the wilderness. Stossel exposed this as a lie two years ago.
Young people get passionate about the ideas of Ayn Rand
This year marks communism's 100th birthday. Its horrors should remind us of the value of freedom.
An internet entrepreneur saved 20,000 free online college lectures (and more) after the government declared them illegal.
Want to give people a tour? It might not be as easy as you think.
Celebrate Constitution Day!