‘The Moral Arc’ author Michael Shermer argues today is the safest time to live.
The Daily Beast contributor Michael Moynihan on communism in fashion and why wearing communist heroes on clothing is trending among Americans.
‘The Knockoff Economy’ co-author Chris Sprigman explains how counterfeit items impact the fashion industry and consumers.
Owner of Swanton Berry Farm Jim Cochran on honesty and running a roadside stand that is based on an honor system with no cashiers involved.
Pacific Legal Foundation Attorney Jonathan Wood and his client, Bruce Hughes, on their victory in the Utah prairie dog case against the federal government.
Former Bush Regulatory Affairs Director Susan Dudley discusses the growing number of government regulations in America.
‘Poverty, Inc.’ Director Michael Matheson Miller on his documentary film, poverty in Haiti and how foreign aid can do more harm than good in certain situations.
Web Exclusive: Congressman Paul Ryan says government can’t fix poverty by redistributing income. More from “Spread the Wealth” Thursday at 9pm ET on FOX Business.
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.
Evesham, NJ Police Chief Chris Chew and Sergeant Erin Gorman on police cameras and the benefits they provide to both police and citizens.
Should businesses need permission from other businesses to compete? Should the government help established businesses keep out competition? Is uncontrolled competition too chaotic and disruptive? Do we need the government to control competition? This segment looks at moving companies and the urge to regulate them.
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.
Radley Balko, “Rise of the Warrior Cop” author, explains how SWAT teams are greatly overused. More from the “Policing America” special this Saturday at 10pm on Fox News.
Stossel and guests debate whether or not the hype about GMOs, fat and school lunches is really necessary
Reduce! Reuse! Recycle! All right? Maybe or maybe not, says scholar Daniel K. Benjamin. Making a new tissue out of a used one wastes resources, hardly a benefit the environment. Melting and casting aluminum cans, though, saves resources and benefits the environment. Just ask the aluminum company: they know that saving scraps pays for itself. So why does it take a lesson from your third-grade teacher to get you to recycle household waste?
Center for Industrial Progress president Alex Epstein on the importance of fossil fuels.
The Kronies are in action… Mandating, Tarrify-ing, Inflating, and Boondoggling their way to profits powered by their special konnection to the G-Force. Watch Big-G and his team stomp out competition!
Author J.C. Bradbury weighs in on the salaries of athletes and business executives.
Actor Kevin Sorbo sounds off on Hollywood actors he calls hypocrites when it comes to trying to ‘save’ the world.
Author Jason Mattera weighs in on the hypocrisy of actors who say they are trying to ‘save’ the Earth.
Actor Kevin Sorbo and author Jason Mattera on Hollywood’s hypocritical views on the environment. More this Thursday at 9pm ET.
Are we safer today because of lawsuits? Should companies that produce dangerous products be immune from lawsuits? What exactly is a dangerous product? Should manufacturers be sued when something goes wrong? What responsibilities do product users have? This segment looks at one effect of product liability lawsuits.
What good do entrepreneurs do? Is it creating jobs? Is it the charity they do with the money they’ve made? Do successful entrepreneurs have an obligation to give back? This segment attempts to answer those very questions.
Congressman Justin Amash on whether the NSA is infringing on personal liberties.
John Stossel and Judge Andrew Napolitano square off on whether Americans should be outraged over the NSA’s spying.
Consumer Electronics Association CEO Gary Shapiro on the benefits of skilled immigrants on the U.S. economy.
FBN’s John Stossel discusses why everyone doesn’t need to go to college.
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 breaks down the power of propaganda.
Is college really a bastion of free speech, a marketplace of ideas, where views can be discussed in an atmosphere of openness? Are some cultural, economic, and political views more acceptable on campus than others? Who decides? Should only one side of a debate be allowed on campus, because some students might be bothered by the other side? This segment looks at the debate over limiting free speech on college campuses.
What’s the difference between secrecy and privacy? Should public servants have a right to privacy while at work? If people are allowed to video record public officials, will that affect the way those officials do their jobs? If so, will the effects be positive or negative? This segment looks at the debate over video recording of police.
Author Steven Greenhouse and Hannah Jackman of the National Journalism Center debate the use of interns.
Should people be allowed to offend each other? Criticize each other’s views, religion, even race? Should the government protect us from offensive speech, or protect offensive speakers? How important is free speech in a free society? How unique is freedom of speech in the world? This segment looks at free speech in America and some other countries.
Why do people come to America? Isn’t America a cesspool of crass commercialism and greedy, materialistic people? What’s so great about America that while we criticize it and try to change it, millions of immigrants struggle to come here? This segment looks at the pursuit of happiness in America.
Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Mark Meckler on the confusing gun laws across America.
FBN’s John Stossel on why reducing spending on the military and making it more efficient is different than having an isolationist foreign policy.
Radio host Lisa Kennedy and TV critic Glenn Garvin break down why musicians enjoy bashing the free market.
Radio host Michael Medved argues those in Tinsel Town are hypocritical when bashing the business world.
Brian Wynne of the Electric Drive Transportation Association and ‘Skeptical Environmentalist’ author Bjorn Lomberg discuss subsidies for electric cars.
Free-Range Kids founder Lenore Skenazy on the lack of freedom given to today’s children.
Radio host Patrick Dorinson on the lack of self-reliance in today’s society.
The Zen Marketing Group CEO Shama Kabani discusses how her family’s work ethic drove her to start a business.
FOX News Contributor Bernie Goldberg on the bias among viewers and why they are looking for validation.
FNC’s Greg Gutfeld on the blend of comedy and news in today’s media.
California State Senator Leland Yee and author Suzanna Hupp debate the state’s gun laws.
FIRE’s Greg Lukianoff discusses how universities around the country inhibit the First Amendment.
Author Naomi Schaefer Riley on her criticism of Black Studies programs and how it got her fired.
Dr. James Miller on the battle for free speech at many universities across the country.