Instead of environmental regulations that actually save lives, we pay to subsidize politicians’ cronies and pet projects,
Author Archive | John Stossel
On Michael Brown, Ferguson and the militarization of the police.
If government will just relax its regulatory chokehold, private citizens will find safe ways to deliver food, rescue lost cats and fill the skies with happy new possibilities.
Even as the federal government fails to control the southern border, it sends the Border Patrol farther into the interior, where Americans complain that agents harass people who are already U.S. citizens.
Markets do not automatically taint science. As with every other service the market provides, it is the anti-capitalist attitude that does more harm.
Regardless of our political leanings, we should be wary of big government in all its forms.
In a market, everybody wins. With government planners, it’s always “My way or the highway.”
Recently, President Barack Obama was mocked for saying: “The world is less violent than it has ever been. It is healthier than it has ever been. It is more tolerant than it has ever been. It is better fed than it’s ever been. It is more educated than it’s ever been.” Although these comments received […]
We already have a time-tested policy for deciding, without government interference, where resources should go. It’s called the free market.
Reporter Sharyl Attkisson’s story sounds familiar to me: A major network got tired of her reports criticizing government. She no longer works there.
When markets are free, poor people can move out of their income group. Income mobility, matters more than income inequality.
Rising generations will have more food options than ever before. They face less risk of starvation or disease than any humans who have ever lived. Let’s give them science instead of scare stories.