John Stossel

John Stossel

Opinion: Money – John Stossel

It’s the season for giving. I’ll give. This week I’ll donate to the Doe Fund, a charity that helps drug users and ex-cons find purpose in life through work. “Work works!” they say. It sure does. Most Doe Fund workers find more joy in supporting themselves than they ever found in drugs. I’ll also donate

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Opinion: Questioning the Science – John Stossel

When people criticize Dr. Anthony Fauci, he says: “They’re really criticizing science. Because I represent science.” Pretty arrogant. I assume Fauci is a top-notch scientist. My brother worked with him at the National Institutes of Health and respected him. But power tends to corrupt, and Fauci has been given a lot of power. His department

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Opinion: Deadly Delays – John Stossel

COVID-19 deaths are up. Politicians tell us to wear masks and get vaccinated. Amid the fear, I’m surprised that we haven’t heard more about two drugs that could make COVID-19 much less of a threat. In blind tests, Pfizer’s Paxlovid was found to reduce the risk of hospitalization and death by 89%! It was so

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Opinion: A Different Park

People want “public” rather than “private.” Public is … free, right? Wide open. Sharing. Available to everyone. All good things. “Private” is … selfish, closed, for the rich. Clearly, public must be better. But then why do the words “public toilet” make me cringe? I think: dirty, smelly, ugly, maybe dangerous. Lots of people think

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Opinion: Fact-Blockers

I’ve reported how Facebook censors me. Now I’ve learned that they also censor environmentalist Michael Shellenberger, statistician Bjorn Lomborg and former New York Times columnist John Tierney. Facebook’s “fact-checkers” claim we spread “misinformation.” In my new video, Tierney argues that the “people guilty of spreading misinformation are Facebook and its fact-checkers.” He’s right. Facebook doesn’t

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Opinion: Let Parents Choose

As Virginia’s gubernatorial election drew to a close last week, Democrat Terry McAuliffe brought in teachers’ union president Randi Weingarten. He thought that would help? I suppose he, like many progressives, believes everyone thinks the way he does. “I’m not going to let parents come into schools and … make their own decisions,” he’d said.

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