‘The Five’ Co-Host Juan Williams and Cato Institute Senior Fellow Dan Mitchell discuss how much money Hillary Clinton might spend if elected president.
SUNY Purchase College economist Liya Palagashvili on President Obama’s new overtime rules.
Fox News Contributor Monica Crowley argues Donald Trump will stand up for American interests if elected president.
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.
Katherine Mangu Ward of Reason Magazine, Dan Mitchell of the Cato Institute, and Fox contributor Deneen Borelli discuss the biggest economic lessons learned in 2015.
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.
Reason Foundation’s Economic Research Director Anthony Randazzo argues the U.S. government is deceiving people about the American Dream.
Stossel Producer Rikki Ratliff goes to Utah to try out an Airbnb rental that is breaking the rules.
Freedom Orthopedic & Rehab owner Dr. Tom Joseph on his flat-fee health care practice and the ways health clinics are lowering medical costs by not taking insurance.
Center for Urban Renewal and Education’s Star Parker analyzes whether minorities have equal access to the American Dream.
MoneySavingMom.com founder Crystal Paine explains why she chose to live a cash-only lifestyle.
Stossel in the Classroom essay contest winner Raelynn Rhodes on how government regulations impact her dog treat business.
‘The Moral Arc’ author Michael Shermer argues today is the safest time to live.
Cato Institute Research Fellow Trevor Burrus on the Raisin Administrative Committee and the government’s control of the raisin industry.
FBN’s John Stossel demonstrates which products were replaced by a single smartphone.
The King’s College Economic Professor Brian Brenberg discusses students’ views on free market capitalism.