The vaccine rollout crawls forward. Most of us will spend weeks, or months, waiting.
Commentary By John Stossel
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Politicians have too much power over our lives.
Today's environmental activists are so hostile to capitalism that they end up killing animals they want to protect.
I love my digital devices, but people keep telling me to worry more about my privacy.
Last week, I reported on two myths about socialism. My new video covers three more.
People hate America's big disparities in wealth. It's a reason why, among young people, socialism is as popular as capitalism.
After Joe Biden's inauguration, he ordered everyone on federal lands to wear a mask. That night, he and his family posed for pictures at the Lincoln Memorial -- none of them wearing a mask.
Joe Biden says he'll "advance racial equity" by making "bold investments" in "Affordable Housing," aiding "businesses owned by Black and Brown people," establishing an "Equity Commission," etc.
Is your child's school open now?
Islamic terror has been trending down for five years.
Was 2020 the worst year ever? The media keep saying that.
We did have the pandemic, a bitter election, unemployment, riots and a soaring national debt.
Who should be on Santa's naughty and nice lists this Christmas?
I'd give lumps of coal to:
President Donald Trump should pardon Edward Snowden.
Want to make money and help the world, too?
Wall Street says you can!
Many of us will give money to charity this month. Americans give more than any other people in the world.
Yes, we've got the pandemic, lockdowns, a worsening deficit, etc.
But we still live in a relatively free country at the most prosperous time in human history.
I hear that climate change will destroy much of the world.
Yale University has fancy dining halls. They pay no property tax.
Local restaurants struggle to compete, but their tax burden makes that hard.
Worried about Tuesday?
Remember: The most important parts of life happen outside politics.
Donald Trump will probably lose the election.
As I write, The Economist says he has only an 8% chance of winning.