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John Stossel

Full length episodes of John Stossel are below.

John Stossel-07/21/11- Myths of History

Stossel- The College Scam. 7/2/11

Stossel- Lawyers and too many laws. The death of common sense.

Stossel- The Money Hole. 06/12/11

Stossel, Who is Gary Johnson?

Stossel- Walter Williams and unintended consequences
"Minimum-wage laws are one of the most powerful tools in the arsenal of racists." -- Dr. Walter E. Williams

Stossel- What Think Tank Wins The Emmy? 5/26/2011

Stossel - Who'll Keep The Lights On 5/12/2011

Stossel - John Stossel Is An Idiot? (freeloaders reply) 5/5/2011

Stossel - THE RON PAUL REVOLUTION 4/29/2011

Stossel - Privacy VS Secrecy 4/21/2011

April 4, 2011- Stossel, Taxes and Entrepreneurs

March 31, 2011- Stossel, Young Lovers of liberty

March 25, 2011- Stossel, A nation of Freeloaders.

March 24, 2011- Individual Freedom

March 17, 2011- Stossel, Spending cuts.

March 10, 2011- Stossel, Renegade history & Erin Brockovich

March 3, 2011- Stossel, Defense and Wars

Stossel looks at the battle between those who want less government, and those who want more government involvement in our lives.

Feb 24, 2011
Stossel looks at the ways in which Hollywood gets the free market and science wrong.

Feb 17, 2011
Stossel looks at what a libertarian future would look like.

Feb, 10, 2011
John Stossel looks at spontaneous order, the term for what happens when free people trade and interact freely without direction from central planners

Feb, 3, 2011
Stossel looks at government rules about sports.

Jan 27, 2011
Stossel gives his alternative vision for what Obama's "State of the Union" speech should have said.

Jan 20, 2011
Stossel looks at some of the worst politician promises gone wrong

Jan 13, 2011
Stossel looks at our new Congress, and asks if these new bosses will be the same as the old ones.

Jan 6, 2011
Making New Years' Resolutions is a wonderful thing, because it's our choice. Stossel notes, however, that government often makes resolutions for us ... and enforce them at gunpoint.

2010 Stossel is here