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Author Greg Perry and Curt Decker of the National Disability Rights Network debate whether the ADA is a necessary organization.
Katherine-Mangu Ward of Reason Magazine and Steve Lonegan, former mayor of Bogota, N.J., discuss the overextension of the ADA.
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.
Do you always do what you’re told? Should you? Does doing what you’re told absolve you of responsibility for the consequences of your actions? This segment looks at the Milgram experiment on obedience to authority and our willingness to follow orders.
What is the best way to protect endangered species? How can we ensure the survival of species and ensure that people’s property rights are not taken away? Should the government attempt to regulate land when the endangered species doesn’t even live on that land? What’s the solution? This segment looks at one government attempt to save an endangered frog.
Stossel and guests debate whether or not the hype about GMOs, fat and school lunches is really necessary
Institute for Justice senior attorney Jeff Rowes argues the U.S. government is imposing too many unnecessary regulations.
John Stossel debatea Alan Colmes on the FDA’s ban of DNA testing kits. More on how reputation is better than regulation this Thursday at 9pm ET on Fox Business.
Why are there so many obese Americans? What should be done about it? Who’s responsible? The government? Businesses? Us? This segment looks at proposals to curb obesity.
Stossel special correspondent Kennedy on the benefits of medicine without the insurance companies.
Author Gary Taubes and Nutrition Science Initiative Co-Founder Peter Attia on the science behind today’s mainstream diet and whether it’s correct.
What makes people happy? Are we happiest when we’re doing well, or when we’re doing better than others? On what do we base our happiness? This segment looks at the relativity of happiness.
Should people be allowed to eat whatever they want? Even if it’s bad for them? What are the limits on freedom? What are the limits on government power? This segment looks at some regulations on food and asks the question: Is it the role of government to protect me from myself?
AQR Capital Management’s Cliff Asness on the costs of health care.
Valley Surgical Clinics founder Dr. Jeffrey Singer on why Medicare and the health-care law are putting government interests and costs ahead of the interests of patients.
Author Joel Salatin and New York State Assemblyman Felix Ortiz on the battle for healthy eating in America.
Author Dan Ariely discusses his book, “Rationally Irrational”, a study of happiness.
Author Gary Greenberg on the $11 billion made by pharmaceuticals from antidepressants every year.
FBN’s market experts discuss the state of health care in America and how new regulations are impacting the economy
Sen. John Barrasso, (R-Wyo.), sounds off on the president’s health-care law and how to fix the current insurance problems in the U.S.
Economist Chris Coyne and Philip Booth of the Institute of Economic Affairs discuss recent studies showing increased government spending decreases the happiness of its people.
Scott Womack, the owner of 12 IHOP restaurants, on why the health-care law will take away his profits and prevent growth and hiring.
Food & Water Watch Executive Director Wenonah Hauter and ‘The Frankenfood Myth’ co-author Gregory Conko debate the risks and benefits of foods that are genetically engineered.
College football analyst Lou Holtz and Dr. Boyce Watkins debate whether the NCAA should provide financial compensation for student athletes.
Washington State University’s Dr. Jude Capper on why corn-fed beef is better for the environment than grass-fed.