4:43 - Flow CEO Michael Strong and Tiossan CEO Maggate Wade on the impact government regulation has had on business growth.
4:58 - Stossel special correspondent Kennedy on her experience as a “Lyft” driver and how the small business is giving traditional taxi’s something to be worried about.
4:13 - Makeup artist Wendy Robin and Tim Keller of the Institute for Justice discuss how government regulations nearly shut down her business.
41:14 - Stossel looks at affordable medical care offered by an Oklahoma doctor, guests debate the merits of ObamaCare and a veterinarian fights to keep his online consultations active
41:11 - Stossel looks at a charter school in Oakland that may be shut down and examines school choices and education unions
41:13 - Stossel holds a 'real or fake' contest about taxes, exposes hidden fees and looks at an IRS parody video
7:51 - Free-Range Kids founder Lenore Skenazy on the lack of freedom given to today’s children.
2:55 - FBN’s John Stossel on the pioneer spirit that made America great.
4:10 - Radio host Patrick Dorinson on the lack of self-reliance in today’s society.
5:29 - Author Will Ruger and the Mercatus Center’s Veronique de Rugy on the freedom index ranking economic freedom in each state.
9:16 - FBN’s economic experts on the migration within the United States and the role taxes play on state-to-state movement.
6:17 - David Madland of the Center for American Progress on the battle of unions in the U.S.
41:12 - Stossel looks at crony capitalism and monopolies that government picks as the 'chosen' ones
5:04 - Veterinarian Ron Hines discusses why he is no longer allowed to dispense medical advice over the internet.
5:58 - Sen. John Barasso, (R-Wyo.), sounds off on the impact of new health-care regulations.
4:03 - Stossel special correspondent Kennedy on the benefits of medicine without the insurance companies.
6:30 - American Indian Schools former director Ben Chavis weighs in on the accusation that he illegally profited from the charter schools he ran.
4:36 - The Center for Educational Freedom associate director Neal McClusky weighs in on how education costs have risen, while performance has lagged behind spending.
41:14 - Stossel looks at environmental issues like climate change, endangered species and green energy
4:57 - FNC’s Steve Doocy and Gretchen Carlson and FBN’s John Stossel square off in a tax challenge.
5:55 - FBN’s tax experts discuss the government’s efforts to enforce tax policy.
4:17 - Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge on the need to simplify the tax code.
6:02 - Former Reagan Budget Director David Stockman on the current state of the economy and failures of government policy.
8:05 - Radio host Glenn Beck and FBN’s John Stossel on the change in Beck’s political views due to lack of faith in the government.
4:58 - Gibbs Sports Amphibians’ Debbi Gibbs discusses why U.S. regulations are keeping her product off America’s roads.
7:38 - Brian Wynne of the Electric Drive Transportation Association and 'Skeptical Environmentalist' author Bjorn Lomberg discuss subsidies for electric cars.
5:05 - Angela Logomasini of the Competitive Enterprise Institute argues plastic foam is cleaner, cheaper and more efficient than paper.
4:20 - 'Skeptical Environmentalist' author Bjorn Lomberg on the cost of fixing global warming.
6:15 - Author Ross Perlin and Terry Michael of the Washington Center for Politics & Journalism debate whether interns should be paid for their work.
3:04 - FBN’s John Stossel discusses why everyone doesn’t need to go to college.
5:51 - Whole Foods CEO John Mackey argues that business has lifted billions out of poverty.
41:19 - A look at sequester cuts with Sen. Rand Paul and Megyn Kelly and Greg Gutfeld try to pick the real and the fake government programs
4:36 - Michelle Rhee of StudentsFirst on reforming education.
5:09 - Oakland School District spokesman Troy Flint and American Indian Charter Schools founder Ben Chavis discuss fraud in the Oakland school district.
6:43 - Choice Media founder Bob Bowdon and Newark Teachers Union president Joe Del Grosso discuss public education and charter schools.
41:20 - Stossel hosts in front of 1,000 students at the Students for Liberty conference in Washington, D.C.
6:41 - Chapman University presidential fellow Joel Kotkin and 'What to Expect When No One's Expecting' author Jonathan V. Last on how certain demographics are having fewer children and how it could negatively impact the economy.
8:27 - Sen. Rand Paul, (R-Ky.), on sequester cuts and discretionary spending.
41:11 - Libertarian panel anaylze's presiden'ts speech
0:29 - Stossel show special correspondent Kennedy finds that students know nothing about spending, the deficit, or the debt they will get stuck with.
8:42 - Author Ann Coulter discusses what the GOP stands for.
5:29 - FNC’s Dennis Kucinich on the Democrat-led push for increased spending and taxes.
6:50 - Former Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and David Boaz of the Cato Institute on the lack of electoral backing for the party.
4:12 - FBN’s John Stossel breaks down his plan for economic growth and prosperity.
8:33 - FBN’s government experts debate whether the State of the Union address will impact personal liberties.
41:14 - Do the rules on sports betting, gambling, ticket scalping and mixed martial arts make sense? John Stossel and guests take a look
6:45 - Former Republican Presidential Candidate Ron Paul on the use of drones and how the growth of government impacts Americans' freedom.
4:55 - Former Republican Presidential Candidate Ron Paul on State of the Union and the need for limited government.
7:34 - Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes and Captive-Aire Systems CEO Bob Luddy on why government policies and regulations hurt businesses and job growth.
3:42 - Former Washington, DC School Chancellor Michelle Rhee on the challenges she faced in reforming the city’s school system.
4:21 - Khan Academy founder Salman Khan on the success of his online educational lectures.
5:07 - FBN’s John Stossel on the growth of charter schools such as Sci Academy in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina.
7:36 - California State Senator Leland Yee and author Suzanna Hupp debate the state’s gun laws.
4:56 - The Cato Institute’s Dan Mitchell and L.A. Mayoral Candidate Kevin James on the pension problems facing the Golden State.
6:17 - Stossel correspondent Kennedy and Reputation.com Vice Chairman Howard Bragman on the business of bad news in Hollywood.
4:07 - Julie Gunlock of the Independent Women’s Forum on the culture of alarmism and the money generated from it.
4:37 - Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales on the success of the self-edited encyclopedia.
4:24 - Economist Jim Miller on the rise in technology and how it will impact our lives.
5:30 - Author Chris Horner on the secrets being kept in the White House.
8:55 - Matt Ridley, “The Rational Optimist” author, on how ideas mold together to make our world a better place to live.