WHY BITCOIN IS SO BAD FOR THE PLANETBITCOIN IS PROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS AROUND THE WORLDAVAILABLE RESOURCES
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONPopular “socially responsible” investment funds advertise: “Make money AND help the world!” But they often do neither. Their funds are usually higher priced marketing...
BIG WIN FOR GIG ECONOMY WORKERSTHE BILL THAT KILLED FREELANCEAVAILABLE RESOURCES
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONA new idea called “income share agreements” could help solve the student debt crisis.AVAILABLE RESOURCESAVAILABLE RESOURCESClick to Login or Register to Access These Additional...
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONFlorida man may lose home because he didn’t cut his grass.AVAILABLE RESOURCESWeb-based Online Quizzesare also available here.AVAILABLE RESOURCESClick to Login or Register to...
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONOren Cass explains the pros and cons of adopting a universal basic income in this episode of The Federalist Society’s POLICYbrief.AVAILABLE RESOURCESAVAILABLE RESOURCESClick to...
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONPoliticians and reporters often rail about “the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer.” John Stossel explains it’s not true.AVAILABLE RESOURCESWeb-based Online...
Expand Social SecurityFree-Market Social SecurityEnjoy this video? You can access many more resources like quizzes, teacher's guides, and free DVDs when you register! It will take you less than two minutes, and best of all: it's FREE!
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONToday is the 83rd anniversary of Social Security, and this year it went into the red. In the long run, it has a $32 trillion-dollar shortfall.AVAILABLE RESOURCESWeb-based Online...
Why is investing in education ImportantThe College ScamEnjoy this video? You can access many more resources like quizzes, teacher's guides, and free DVDs when you register! It will take you less than two minutes, and best of all: it's FREE!
Do the rich get richer and the poor get poorer? Does trade with other countries hurt us? Should we produce everything on our own? This segment looks at income, jobs, and trade.
Is College Worth IT?Vocational Schools vs. Higher EducationEnjoy this video? You can access many more resources like quizzes, teacher's guides, and free DVDs when you register! It will take you less than two minutes, and best of all: it's FREE!
News reports, articles, and websites tell us of the waning belief in capitalism. What do you think about capitalism? Is capitalism evil? Or has it lifted billions of people out of poverty? This segment looks at capitalism.
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.
What is the Fed? Okay, it’s the Federal Reserve. But what is that? What does it do? What is its role? How does the Fed affect us and our money? This segment looks at the origins and impact of the Federal Reserve.
MoneySavingMom.com founder Crystal Paine explains why she chose to live a cash-only lifestyle.
The King’s College Economic Professor Brian Brenberg discusses students’ views on free market capitalism.
Do women make less than men? Do employers discriminate against women by paying them less? This lesson focuses on the controversy surrounding the wage gap between men and women.
Author J.C. Bradbury weighs in on the salaries of athletes and business executives.
Heritage Foundation’s Bill Beach on the factors that make some countries more economically free than others.
Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge on the need to simplify the tax code.
Author Ross Perlin and Terry Michael of the Washington Center for Politics & Journalism debate whether interns should be paid for their work.
FBN’s John Stossel discusses why everyone doesn’t need to go to college.
What makes people happy? Is it money? What role does success play? This segment looks at entrepreneurship, happiness, and the American Dream.
Radio host Patrick Dorinson on the lack of self-reliance in today’s society.
Prichard, Alabama Retiree Alfred Arnold and Steve Malanga of the Manhattan Institute discuss how the town went broke.