Jeff Bezos 'stingy'? Nothing wrong with that!

by John Stossel -- Thursday, right before Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced he'd acquire Whole Foods for $13.7 billion, he tweeted a "request for ideas" for "philanthropy strategy." If you have suggestions more…

'Prosperity cities': Let's replicate Hong Kong

by John Stossel -- Lovers of socialism didn't like my column last week. I wrote that Venezuela's collapse shows the cluelessness of celebrities like Michael Moore, Oliver Stone and Noam Chomsky, who'd more…

Did you hear the one about the 'Venezuelan diet'?

by John Stossel -- Venezuela descends into chaos. Its people, once the wealthiest in Latin America, starve. Even the New York Times runs headlines like "Dying Infants and No Medicine." My Venezuelan-born more…

N.Y. Times' latest green baloney

by John Stossel -- The New York Times' hostility to industry gets worse every day. Last week, the Times ran a big picture of a bay in Alaska with the headline "In more…

AG Sessions' cruel and stupid move

by John Stossel -- President Trump's attorney general, Jeff Sessions, ordered federal prosecutors to seek maximum penalties for drug-related crimes. This is both cruel and stupid. It's cruel because Session's 5,000 prosecutors more…

Senators: Pass my 7-point health plan

by John Stossel -- The House repealed Obamacare! OK, they didn't really – but they passed a bill that repeals some bad parts of it, like the individual mandate tax, medicine cabinet more…

Hail the deregulators!

by John Stossel -- My head spins. Before President Trump was elected, FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai came on my TV show, upset because President Obama ordered his agency to regulate the Internet. more…

Our next president: Who's got best odds?

by John Stossel -- Will Donald Trump be re-elected in 2020? Probably not, say people who bet. They give Trump only a 23 percent chance. They do pick him over all other more…

Earth Day dopes

by John Stossel -- Expect more craziness this weekend. Earth Day is Saturday. This year's theme: Government must "do more" about climate change because "consequences of inaction are too high to risk." more…