Free to choose

by John Stossel -- America's current struggles notwithstanding, life here is pretty good. We have a standard of living that's the envy of most of the world. Why did that happen? Prosperity more…

Fight bigotry without government

by John Stossel -- "Backwards and hateful ideas ... oust John Stossel," said Colorofchange.org. In a newspaper, the organization went on: "It's time that Fox drop Stossel. ... we'll go directly after more…

A conspiracy of physics

by John Stossel -- I ride my bike to work. It seems so pure. We're constantly urged to "go green" – use less energy, shrink our carbon footprint, save the Earth. How? more…

When the cops seize your stuff

by John Stossel -- In America, we're supposed to be innocent until proven guilty. Life, liberty and property can't be taken from you unless you're convicted of a crime. Your life and more…

Leave the gamblers alone!

by John Stossel -- Some of us like to gamble. Americans bet a hundred million dollars every day, and that's just at legal places like Las Vegas and Indian reservations. Much more more…

Unpaid interns are exploited?

by John Stossel -- Do you employ unpaid student interns – college students who work in exchange for on-the-job training? If so, President Obama's Labor Department says that you're an exploiter. The more…

Everyone prospers with free trade

by John Stossel -- Trade is win-win. Two people trade only because each values what he gets more than what he gives up. That's why in a store both customer and clerk more…

Myths about capitalism

by John Stossel -- I won 19 Emmy Awards by reporting a myth: that business constantly rips us off – that capitalism is mostly cruel and unfair. I know that's a myth more…

Lower and simplify taxes!

by John Stossel -- It's that joyous time of year: income-tax time. So I spend time with my accountant. I don't want to see him, but I must. I could not do more…

What am I?

by John Stossel -- I used to be a Kennedy-style "liberal." Then I wised up. Now I'm a libertarian. But what does that mean? When I asked people on the street, half more…