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Former orchid importer George Norris on being sent to prison for missing paperwork for his business.
Author Greg Perry and Curt Decker of the National Disability Rights Network debate whether the ADA is a necessary organization.
Center for Responsible Wealth Director Mike Lapham argues the wealthy don’t mind paying extra taxes.
Headcount Executive Director Andy Bernstein and Reason Magazine Senior Editor Michael Moynihan on the lack of political knowledge of voters.
FBN’s John Stossel defines his views on free speech in public and private sectors.
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Louisiana Funeral Directors Assn.’s David Tatman and economist Donald Boudreaux on laws restricting the Monks of St. Joseph Abbey’s business.
John Samuelson and Hector Ricketts debate on whether mass transit would lose government funds due to competition by dollar van companies.
John Samuelson of the Transit Workers Union argues dollar van companies such as Hector Ricketts’ undermine mass transit services.
Heritage Foundation’s Brian Walsh argues vagueness in our laws makes people criminals without even knowing it.
Katherine-Mangu Ward of Reason Magazine and Steve Lonegan, former mayor of Bogota, N.J., discuss the overextension of the ADA.
Constituting America’s Janine Turner and Let Freedom Ring’s Colin Hanna on the need for Americans to read and appreciate the Constitution.
Cato Institute policy analyst Sallie James and Columbia University professor Marc Lamont Hill on why America is so prosperous.
Heritage Foundation’s Bill Beach on what some countries are doing to create more economic opportunities and spur innovation.
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 DESCRIPTIONHas the earth warmed? Have we caused it? Does it matter? Is there really a looming crisis or is this much ado about nothing? And what happens to people who disagree? This segment looks at the way the global warming debate is playing out.Download...
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONWhat are fossil fuels? Why do so many people dislike them? Are they bad for us? Are they bad for the environment? What are the alternatives? This segment looks at the debate over fossil fuels.Download Teacher's GuideTo download this video or the...
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONWhy do some movies seem to go beyond entertainment and include scary messages for children? Can there be a rational environmental debate or does it need to be filled with propaganda and hype? This segment looks at the tactics some use to convince...
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONWhat is freedom? How important is freedom to you? People use the word freedom differently, but when we look at North Korea, there is little disagreement that the citizens are not free. This segment looks at one person’s escape from North...
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONWhat happens when government officials use their power to try to silence their enemies? Where does campaign finance reform begin and our free speech end? This segment looks at one attempt by political insiders to silence their opponents.Download...
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...
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.
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Should people be stopped from offending each other? From criticizing each other’s views, religion, even race? Should the government protect us from offensive speech, or protect offensive speakers? Should people be afraid to speak openly if what they say offends others? This segment looks at the threats to free speech from Islamic extremists.
VIDEO DESCRIPTIONChina is starting a "social credit system.” The state will monitor social media and web use to make it "hard for the discredited to take a single step." Will it come to America? Has it, already? Download Teacher's GuideDownload Video (.mp4 FILE)To...
‘The Five’ Co-Host Juan Williams and Cato Institute Senior Fellow Dan Mitchell discuss how much money Hillary Clinton might spend if elected president.
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.
Manhattan Institute’s Heather MacDonald and Jason Riley, author of "Let Them In," debate immigration policy.
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.
What conditions encourage innovation? What discourages innovation? Do governments help, or do they increase the time and cost of developing new products? Should businesses really have to protect themselves by lobbying, or should the government just leave entrepreneurs alone to develop products and services? This segment looks at technological innovation and government rules.
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.
What is spontaneous order? How is it that without government direction, food is available in stores, cars are manufactured, information is available on the Internet, and people can get medical care? And what happens when government gets involved? This segment looks at the economics of spontaneous order.
Who should help victims of natural disasters? Should citizens voluntarily help? Should government? Who is better at it? This segment looks at the role government and charity-based organizations play in providing disaster relief.
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 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.
Do you make rational decisions? Would you hire the best applicant for a job? Would you rate your teacher or professor fairly? This segment looks at recognizing bias in ourselves.
What if you want to create a product or service but don’t have the money? What can you do? You can borrow from a bank perhaps. Or you can crowdfund. What is crowdfunding? How does it work? Does it do any good? This segment looks at the benefits of crowdfunding.
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.
Cato Institute Research Fellow Trevor Burrus on the Raisin Administrative Committee and the government’s control of the raisin industry.
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.
FBN’s John Stossel demonstrates which products were replaced by a single smartphone.