John Stossel

John Stossel

Opinion: Hurricane Myths – John Stossel

Hurricane Ian is gone, but the media’s myths about hurricanes live on. Reporters say the federal government must direct disaster response, as if only the feds have the knowledge and money to do it. “Debate is already growing about how big federal aid must be,” says CNN. Why?! Don’t they know that government has no

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Opinion: School Choice Winning – John Stossel

Finally! Now more states will let parents use their tax money to educate their kids at a school they choose. In Arizona, families can get $6,500 to spend on private school, tutoring or even home schooling. The education establishment is horrified — especially teachers unions. They don’t want competition. But competition makes us all better.

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Opinion: No Apologies – John Stossel

Performers censor themselves — fearing they might offend. Those who offend Hollywood lose work. Some lose friends. Adam Carolla doesn’t care. That’s why he’s the subject of my video this week. Carolla is one the most successful performers in America. His books are bestsellers. His comedy shows sell out. He hosts one of America’s most-listened-to-podcasts.

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Opinion: Sex Work – John Stossel

Football players make money with their bodies. Some are injured. But football is legal. So why is sex work illegal? My video this week focuses on that. Sex worker “Aella” has made hundreds of thousands of dollars, mostly by “camming,” showing her body to men online and talking intimately with them. Her customers are happy

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Opinion: Labor Union Shortage – John Stossel

Monday is Labor Day. Will you celebrate unions? The media does. “Unions are cool again,” reports CBS News. They suggest unionization is booming. “Reporters” practically cheered when a Starbucks in Buffalo, New York, became the first Starbucks to unionize. “A big symbolic win for labor,” The New York Times called it. Since then, more than

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Opinion: Scientific ‘Integrity’ – John Stossel

“Trust the science,” say the media. Polls show that fewer Americans do. There’s good reason for that. “They don’t trust science because science is increasingly untrustworthy,” says science writer Andrew Follet in my new video. “The only group that trusts science right now is Democrats.” Sixty-four percent of Democrats have “a great deal” of confidence

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