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aired 651 days ago
From Washington, D.C., an annual conference with more than 1,000 students.
aired 651 days ago
Guests debate whether the U.S. government should step in and redistribute wealth.
aired 651 days ago
John Stossel reports from FreedomFest in Las Vegas; business magnate Steve Wynn; Whole Foods Market co-CEO John Mackey; Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist.
aired 713 days ago
Dr. Deryn Strange from John Jay College of Criminal Justice discusses memory errors and how they can lead to wrongful convictions.
aired 798 days ago
Guests discuss life-or-death matters.
aired 798 days ago
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aired 799 days ago
Destructive innovation; smart phones have rendered numerous previous inventions obsolete; the future of music; improving education; artificial intelligence.
aired 799 days ago
Bad rules, regulations and warning labels.
aired 799 days ago
The usefulness of failure.
aired 800 days ago
Discussing Americans' choice of heroes; false idols; heroes in the media.
aired 800 days ago
John Stossel reports on whether free speech rights are under siege; censorship imposed by violent extremists; campus censorship; home raids; liberal orthodoxy; people who are fired from their jobs for saying things with which others disagree.
aired 800 days ago
Guests discuss whether politicians, lawyers and union leaders are feeding off the people.
aired 828 days ago
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