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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!
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONA new book makes "The Case Against Education." Who would argue against education? Economics professor Bryan Caplan tells John Stossel that “what we need to do is to go back to a...
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VIDEO DESCRIPTIONWhat do you know about Che Guevara? Do you own a Che t-shirt? Do you cringe when you see someone wearing one? This segment looks at Che, his deeds, and his reputation.Download Teacher's GuideDownload Video (.mp4 FILE)To download this video or the...
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONWhat is going on at colleges across America? These institutions of higher education were once bastions of free speech, where different views and ideas could be discussed openly. Now, many students want to silence those with whom they disagree by...
The King’s College Politics Professor David Corbin on political bias on college campuses.
What does it mean to “delay gratification”? What does a child’s ability or willingness to delay gratification indicate? Is this something that can be taught? Should it be? This segment looks at one role parents can play in fostering successful traits in their children.
Center for Urban Renewal and Education’s Star Parker analyzes whether minorities have equal access to the American Dream.
The King’s College Economic Professor Brian Brenberg discusses students’ views on free market capitalism.
Baylor College of Medicine Neuroscientist David Eagleman discusses the Milgram experiment and the willingness of people to blindly trust authority.
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?
Why have colleges gotten so expensive? Has the money gone to improve education? Has the government forsaken our children? This segment looks at the rising cost of a college education.
Why do we favor one candidate over another? Is it because we look at the issues and choose our candidate accordingly? Or is it because we look at the candidates? And how do candidates and their campaigns react to the way we choose? This segment looks at voters, political races, and the psychology behind the campaigns that get candidates elected.
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 government experts debate whether the State of the Union address will impact personal liberties.
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.
Author Steven Greenhouse and Hannah Jackman of the National Journalism Center debate the use of interns.
Are you opposed to sexism? Shouldn’t men and women be treated equally? Isn’t fairness a virtuous goal? Don’t we all believe in fairness? Doesn’t Title IX simply prohibit discrimination based on sex? Can good laws have bad results? This segment looks at Title IX and some unintended consequences.
Should interns get paid? Should minimum wage laws apply? Shouldn’t the education and training an intern gets be considered? Are there any unintended consequences of mandating that interns be paid? This segment looks at internships in America.
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.
FBN’s Sandra Smith breaks down the pros and cons of vocations school and whether more kids should avoid college.
FBN’s John Stossel on the need for debate and the power of free speech.
Dr. James Miller on the battle for free speech at many universities across the country.
FIRE Founder Greg Lukianoff and Evan Coyne Maloney, "Indoctrinate U" filmmaker, on college speech codes.
College football analyst Lou Holtz and Dr. Boyce Watkins debate whether the NCAA should provide financial compensation for student athletes.
Headcount Executive Director Andy Bernstein and Reason Magazine Senior Editor Michael Moynihan on recruiting young voters.
School Choice Activist Sherry Street and former NYC Schools Chancellor Joel Klein debate whether the government should get out of America’s schools.
Democrats for Education Reform Chairman Kevin Chavous, on an Ohio mother being jailed for lying about where she lived in order to get her children into a better school, and why she did the right thing.