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  • Self-Defenseless by John Stossel

    What might have happened if a few of the 1,500 concert attendees in Paris' Bataclan theater had guns? The terrorists had time to kill, reload and kill again. The police unit didn't come for more than a half hour. If a few people in the theater were armed, might they have killed the killers?

  • Anti-Liberty Politicians by John Stossel

    After a terrorist attack, it's natural to ask: What can politicians do to keep us safe?

  • My Trump Problem By John Stossel

    Sometimes I like Donald Trump. He makes me laugh when he mocks reporters' stupid questions.

    Sometimes he's smart. When Maryland's lefty governor said a tax on rich people would "raise revenue," Trump told me why it wouldn't. The taxpayers would just flee: "I know these people! They're international people! Whether they live here or in a place like Switzerland, it doesn't really matter to them!"

  • Beat the Elite by John Stossel

    We love to complain about elites, people who seem to have a special advantage, privileges in life.

  • Fear By John Stossel

    This Halloween, what do you fear?

    I fear fear itself because when we are afraid, we willingly give away our freedoms.

  • Forced Silence By John Stossel

    In a democracy, citizens must be able to criticize their leaders. It's a reason America's founders put free speech in the Bill of Rights. I assumed that right is safe in the United States. So I was shocked to learn what happened in Wisconsin.

  • Censorship in America By John Stossel

    Support for the idea that it's good to hear all opinions, even offensive ones, is thin. A plurality of Americans now support laws against "hate speech."    

  • Escaping Tyranny By John Stossel

    North Korea is called the "worst place on earth" for good reason. Thousands of people are tortured. Some North Koreans eat rodents to try to survive, and many starve anyway. In winter, they freeze. No one but the dictator has any true freedom, and no one is allowed to leave.

    One person who understands that is Yeonmi Park. Now she's 22. But for 16 years, she did amazing things "In Order to Live." That is the title of her new book.

  • The Cult of Victims by John Stossel

    The world has enough real problems without declaring everyone a "victim."

  • Government: Here to Help! By John Stossel

    Government wants you to think it helps you at every turn. Every time you make a decision, a purchase, government wants to be there, looking essential.