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John Stossel got an eyeglass prescription over the internet. Should that be illegal?
This video is part of a series of videos on "bottleneckers." See also: http://stosselintheclassroom.org/videos/need_a_license/
John Stossel investigates a New York City park bathroom that cost $2 million to build.
"Bottleneckers" use occupational licensing to stop competitors and innovation in the name of keeping us safe.
John Stossel investigates what government agencies actually do.
Did you know the Agriculture Department actually forces farmers to dump cherries on the ground so you pay higher prices at the supermarket?
An entrepreneur has a plan to save the rhinos from poachers, but environmental groups hate his idea.
*Please be aware that this video contains some graphic images.*
John Stossel discusses different views on climate change with his guests, Roy Spencer and Gavin Schmidt.
John Stossel discusses free trade and why the trade deficit doesn't worry him.
John Stossel and his guests discuss the problems in Venezuela.
Former Chief of Staff for Rep. Ron Paul Jeff Deist on how the price of EpiPens has increased.
John Stossel and David Henderson discuss how Canada fixed its debt problem.
John Stossel and his guests share their views on mandatory minimum sentencing.
John Stossel discusses what's fact and what's fiction, regarding climate change.
Democratic political strategist Jessica Tarlov, Turning Point USA Founder and Executive Director Charlie Kirk and CATO Institute Executive Vice President David Boaz discuss how Donald Trump plans to help the economy and build a wall.
SUNY Purchase College economist Liya Palagashvili on President Obama’s new overtime rules.
CATO Institute’s Director of Polling Emily Ekins discusses why socialism wouldn’t work in the United States and why a majority of college students support Bernie Sanders.
The King’s College Politics Professor David Corbin on political bias on college campuses.
‘Fueled By Failure’ author Jeremy Bloom on his career and how he turned failure into success.
How are the wife and kids, Taylor?
Pretty good, Samuel.
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