John Stossel

Award-winning news correspondent John Stossel is currently with Fox Business Network and Fox News. Before making the change to Fox News, Stossel was the co-anchor of ABC News's "20/20." Eight to 10 million people watched his program weekly. Often, he ended "20/20" with a TV column called "Give Me a Break," which challenged conventional wisdom.
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Bias, Envy and Hatred

Bias, Envy and Hatred are evident in the media today, columnist John Stossel says Today, big media has an agenda. Fox and most talk radio push right; most other media spin left. For a...

Stossel: Thanksgiving Lessons from the Pilgrims

Thursday, if you eat a nice meal, thank the Pilgrims. They made Thanksgiving possible. They left the Old World to escape religious persecution. They imagined a new society where everyone worked together and...

Stossel: More Inconvenient Facts About Electric Cars

A full switch to EVs is not possible without rationing electricity. It turns out we just don't have enough electricity for all electric cars.

Stossel: Election Good, Bad and Ugly

Prediction markets did not get this election right, though they did pivot more quickly than the media outlets.

Stossel: Electric Cars Are Not Truly Green

In America, "zero-emission" electric cars add lots of greenhouse gasses to the atmosphere via the energy needed to create and recharge them.

Stossel: Election 2022 – Bet on the Betting Sites

Over time, betting has been a better predictor of election outcomes than polls, pundits, statistical models and everything else.

Stossel: Obama’s New Documentary Delivers the Wrong Message About Government

As Netflix documentaries go, Obama's "The G Word" is remarkably stupid. It's big-government propaganda mixed with unfunny comedy.

Stossel: Potential Musk Takeover of Twitter a Win for Free Speech

When the news first broke that Musk might buy Twitter, the totalitarian left was upset. For years, their moderators have dominated Twitter.

Stossel: Hurricane Myths

Hurricane Ian is gone, but the media's myths about hurricanes live on. One of the most popular is that hurricanes are getting worse.

Stossel: School Choice Is Winning

After the Covid lockdowns and attendant learning losses in public schools, many states are expanding school choice options.

John Stossel

Award-winning news correspondent John Stossel is currently with Fox Business Network and Fox News. Before making the change to Fox News, Stossel was the co-anchor of ABC News's "20/20." Eight to 10 million people watched his program weekly. Often, he ended "20/20" with a TV column called "Give Me a Break," which challenged conventional wisdom.

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