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  • Ignoring Politicians by John Stossel

    My Fox colleagues are in Cleveland, diligently interviewing Republicans. Next week, they'll interview Democrats. I'm glad they do it -- because I despise most politicians.

  • Cops, Blacks and Crime by John Stossel

    Claims about racist cops from groups like Black Lives Matter lead more people to fear and hate the police.

  • Libertarianism for Beginners By John Stossel

    It took me years to figure out that markets work better than government.    

  • Convicted and Unemployed By John Stossel

    Just got out of jail? Odds are that within five years, you'll get caught doing something illegal and go back to jail.    

  • Warning: Labels By John Stossel

    When you use a coffeepot, do you need a warning label to tell you: "Do not hold over people"?

  • My Lunch with Hillary by John Stossel

    I had lunch with Hillary Clinton.

  • Not Trump or Clinton By John Stossel

    Finally! Voters have another choice. The Libertarian Party nominated two socially tolerant but fiscally conservative former governors, Gary Johnson and Bill Weld.

  • Taught Not to Try By John Stossel

    The first step in inventing something shouldn't be waiting for government approval. What would ever get done?

    "Regulators like to see new types of law and regulation imposed upon the internet and emerging technologies," warns Adam Thierer, author of "Permissionless Innovation."

  • Private Is Better By John Stossel

    Our next president will almost certainly be Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.

    But I take heart knowing that America's founders imposed checks and balances, so there will be limits on what bad things the next president can do.

  • Nasty Politics By John Stossel

    This presidential election is like no other.

    Most election years around this time, I do a TV show on nasty political commercials. Pundits explain which ads worked, which didn't, and who won because he raised more money and spent more on negative ads.