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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Stossel: Is Florida Evil for Living with COVID-19?

Omicron spreads. The media say, "Governments must act!" Many have, bringing back mask mandates and closing schools. Do these rules work? No. My new video shows why Florida's approach is better. Gov. Ron DeSantis...

Stossel: Money for Indoctrination

Glenn Youngkin recently was elected Virginia's governor partly because he promised to ban teaching of CRT. CRT stands for critical race theory, which argues that every American institution upholds white supremacy. Before Youngkin's...

Stossel: Andrew Yang’s New Party Moving Forward

Independents are now America's largest group of voters. After George Bush's presidency, fewer people called themselves Republicans. After Obama's, fewer called themselves Democrats. How will these independents vote? Andrew Yang hopes they'll vote...

Stossel: Elon Musk Paid $11 Billion in Taxes, but Sen. Elizabeth Warren Says He Is ‘Freeloading’

It's the season for giving. I'll give. This week I'll donate to the Doe Fund, a charity that helps drug users and ex-cons find purpose in life through work. "Work works!" they say. It...

Stossel: We Should Question the Science—and Fauci

When people criticize Dr. Anthony Fauci, he says: "They're really criticizing science. Because I represent science." Pretty arrogant. I assume Fauci is a top-notch scientist. My brother worked with him at the National Institutes...

Stossel: Deadly Delays in Lifesaving Drugs for COVID-19

COVID-19 deaths are up. Politicians tell us to wear masks and get vaccinated. Amid the fear, I'm surprised that we haven't heard more about two drugs that could make COVID-19 much less of...

Stossel: A Public Park That Makes Money

People want "public" rather than "private." Public is ... free, right? Wide open. Sharing. Available to everyone. All good things. "Private" is ... selfish, closed, for the rich. Clearly, public must be better. But then why...

Stossel: Evidence Big Tech ‘Fact-Checkers’ Are (In Fact) ‘Fact-Blockers’

I've reported how Facebook censors me. Now I've learned that they also censor environmentalist Michael Shellenberger, statistician Bjorn Lomborg and former New York Times columnist John Tierney. Facebook's "fact-checkers" claim we spread "misinformation." In my...

Stossel: Thanks to Private Property Rights, Pilgrims Overcame the Tragedy of the Commons

Happy Thanksgiving! But beware the "tragedy of the commons." It almost killed off the pilgrims. Now, via Washington, D.C., it's probably coming for us. Tragedy of the commons is a concept from an essay...

Stossel: Louisiana Requires Respite Care Providers to Prove They’re Needed

by John Stossel "Why does Louisiana have the right to stop me from doing what I love to do?" asks Ursula Newell-Davis in my new video. Newell-Davis has helped people. She's a social worker...

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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