The terrorists want us to overreact

by John Stossel -- "Do you have a strategy now, Mr. President?" asked the cover of the Daily News next to a photo of the second American journalist to be beheaded by more…

Let markets and property protect nature

by John Stossel -- Last week I said the Environmental Protection Agency has become a monster that does more harm than good. But logical people say, "What else we got?" It's natural more…

Government's green monster

by John Stossel -- Thanks, Environmental Protection Agency! You've required sewage treatment plants, catalytic converters on cars and other things that made the world cleaner than the world in which I grew more…

Policing a riot

by John Stossel -- Libertarians warned for years that government is force, that government always grows and that America's police have become too much like an occupying army. We get accused of more…

Trust drones to the free market

by John Stossel -- Drones – unmanned flying machines – will soon fill our skies. They conjure up fears, especially among some of my fellow libertarians, of spying and death from above. more…

Patrolmen without borders

by John Stossel -- If I drive across a U.S. border, I expect to stop at a Border Patrol checkpoint. But imagine driving to the grocery store, or Mom's house, well inside more…

Obamacare's ludicrous Sunshine Act

by John Stossel -- I'm the underachiever in my family. My parents also produced Harvard Medical School research director Thomas Stossel. Mom called him the one who had "a real job." For more…

Cops' dangerous warlike approach

by John Stossel -- I want the police to be better armed than the bad guys, but what exactly does that mean today? Apparently, it means the Pentagon and Department of Homeland more…

Transportation woes? Let free market work

by John Stossel -- "Tea-party members don't think there's a federal role in transportation!" complained Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, last week, near the site of a $5.8 million highway project. If only more…

Another kind of 'biased' reporting

by John Stossel -- Wars, plane crashes, mass murder – it's easy to report news that happens suddenly. Reporters do a good job covering that. But we do a bad job telling more…