John Stossel

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Opinion: Pumping up Prices – John Stossel

The price of gas keeps rising. “The reason for that is because of Putin’s war,” said President Joe Biden. But that’s impossible. Most of the price rise came before Putin attacked Ukraine. So some politicians simply blame “corporate greed.” Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse accuses the oil industry of collecting “excess profit.” Sen. Elizabeth Warren even introduced

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Opinion: Organic BS – John Stossel

Activists have convinced Americans that “organic” food is better — healthier, better-tasting, life-extending. As a result, poor parents feel guilty if they can’t afford to pay $7 for organic eggs. This misinformation is spread by people like Alexis Baden-Mayer, political director of the Organic Consumers Association. She says organic food is clearly better: “The nutrition

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Opinion: Home Theft – John Stossel

Did you know that in some states, if you miss one tax payment, local politicians will take your home, sell it and keep all the profits? Really. Tawanda Hall was behind on her taxes. She was on a payment plan but had missed $900. She didn’t expect Southfield, Michigan, to take her entire house because of

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Opinion: Wikipedia Bias – John Stossel

I love Wikipedia. I donated thousands of dollars to the Wikimedia Foundation. Before Wikipedia, all we had were printed encyclopedias — out of date by the time we bought them. Then libertarian Jimmy Wales came up with a web-based, crowd-sourced encyclopedia. Crowd-sourced? A Britannica editor called Wikipedia “a public restroom.” But Wales won the battle.

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Opinion: Uber Clueless – John Stossel

The media’s ignorance about basic economics is galling. I expect it from politicians. I expect it from The New York Times. But it’s sad to see in the New York Post, my town’s rare alternative to Democrat media. Recently the tabloid freaked out over higher prices imposed by ride-share companies. “New Yorkers are fed up

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Opinion: Kids’ Books – John Stossel

Bookstores now sell only certain kinds of children’s books. “Go into Barnes & Noble,” says Bethany Mandel in my new video, “and you will be met with a wall of biographies. Probably 27 different books about former Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Great. A ton about Kamala Harris. Great.” But where are the biographies

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