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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!
Now that Trump’s made a deal with Democrats, our national debt is higher than ever.
Captain Kirk vs. John Stossel on space travel in a libertarian world.
It's not price gouging.
John Stossel got an eyeglass prescription over the internet. "Bottleneckers" want that banned.
The Kentucky congressman tells John Stossel why we should withdraw immediately from this "graveyard of empires."
In South Korea, the best teachers are paid like star athletes. Why can't U.S. schools reward talent?
The public education system is failing our kids. Here's how to fix it.
The famed MIT linguist once praised former socialist President Hugo Chávez. How about now?
New York City arrests people who travel with guns–even when they notify and follow all TSA rules and have a valid gun license from their home state.
John Stossel investigates a New York City park bathroom that cost $2 million to build.
"Bottleneckers" use occupational licensing to screw competitors and innovation in the name of keeping us safe.
Most folks have no idea what federal agencies do. John Stossel reports on wasteful programs like the Agriculture Department forcing farmers to let cherries rot.
An entrepreneur has a plan to save the rhinos from poachers, but environmental groups hate his idea.