41:14 - Stossel and guests compare private vs. government charity and look at innovative ways to help those in need
4:03 - Matt Welch, Kennedy and Kmele Foster decide which outrageous celebrity behavior is real or fake.
2:30 - Actor Kevin Sorbo sounds off on Hollywood actors he calls hypocrites when it comes to trying to ‘save’ the world.
3:14 - Author Jason Mattera weighs in on the hypocrisy of actors who say they are trying to ‘save’ the Earth.
2:51 - Actor Kevin Sorbo and author Jason Mattera on Hollywood’s hypocritical views on the environment. More this Thursday at 9pm ET.
41:16 - A look at the growing popularity of the movement's ideas and politics
6:34 - Oxfam’s Gregory Adams and African entrepreneur Magatte Wade debate the foreign aid issue.
41:25 - Stossel and guests compare the efficiency of privately and publicly run institutions
1:47 - Will FBN’s John Stossel get his gun? The answer, plus more outrageous regulations on your home, car, business & the way you live. #WOTLG
41:05 - A look at the bigger problems surrounding Obamacare
5:27 - Alexander McCobin, Matthew La Corte and Barbie Sostaita of Students for Liberty on the rise of young Libertarians.
3:04 - John Stossel talks with authors Matt Welch and Nick Gillespie. See more of this interview, plus Ron Paul, Fred Barnes, and Penn Jillette Thurs 9pm.
3:14 - Canadian journalist Brian Lilley on CGI, the Canadian company that won the contract to build the ObamaCare website.
4:26 - McAfee Antivirus Software founder John McAfee on the flawed implementation of ObamaCare.
4:35 - Santa Clara Law School professor David Friedman on privatizing courts and the military.
41:12 - Stossel and guests cover the history of the Federal Reserve and debate the United States's need for a central bank
41:13 - Stossel asks people how they feel about government spending and the national debt
3:35 - Author William Haseltine on how introducing market competition in Singapore has helped the country make health care affordable.
41:14 - Do some entitlements kill ambition? Stossel and guests analyze programs like food stamps, welfare and disability insurance
4:35 - Author Brad Thor on his book ‘Hidden Order’ about the Federal Reserve.
4:31 - Former Representative Ron Paul on his book ‘End the Fed’ argues the Federal Reserve should be done away with.
5:33 - 'The Five' co-host Bob Beckel breaks down what he would cut from the budget.
41:14 - Who's afraid of the government shutdown? Not Stossel. He'll explain why they should 'just shut it'
5:40 - National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru argues the government robs from the young and gives to the old.
41:12 - Stossel and guests look at bureaucracy in the education system and discuss ways to help students excel in school
5:45 - CURE president and founder Star Parker breaks down welfare in America.
5:17 - Former NFL player turned IHOP owner Tyoka Jackson on government versus private sector jobs.
5:45 - Former presidential candidate Ron Paul and homeschoolers Jeremiah Burch and Veronica Andreades weigh in on why they think being educated from home is better than attending public school.
3:56 - Former presidential candidate Ron Paul weighs in on public school systems in the U.S. and shares his plan for the future of education.
8:00 - Institute for Global Futures founder James Canton on Elon Musk’s “Hyperloop” high-speed train, outer space travel and robotic technology.
4:48 - Author Karima Bennoune says neither side knows what they’re talking about when it comes to the Middle East conflict.
5:39 - With more Democrats supporting war, is this ‘hawk hypocrisy’?
6:30 - Zuhdi Jasser and military analyst Col. David Hunt weigh in on whether the U.S. should strike Syria.
6:00 - ‘Cult of Power’ author Martha Burk and “Why Men Earn More’ author Warren Farrell on whether sexism plays into the gender wage gap.
6:40 - Neuroscientist Daniel Amen says female brains are more active in a greater percentage of the brain – indicating that women are primed for leadership.
5:11 - Southside Fire Department assistant chief Hugh Futrell breaks down the benefits of a private fire department.
6:17 - Climatologist Pat Michaels and Oceanographer John Englander debunk myths relating to global warming.
7:49 - Shikha Dalmia, Reason Foundation senior analyst, and Goldwater Institute president Darcy Olsen, on how government contributed to Detroit’s downfall.
5:14 - Kennedy on how Detroit is filled with abandoned homes and ruins.
5:38 - Charlie LeDuff weighs in on what killed Detroit: racial conflict, sloth and corruption.
5:37 - Economist Ben Powell and Laissez Faire Books executive editor Jeff Tucker weigh in on the value of the Dollar.
2:30 - Economist Ben Powell and Laissez Faire Books executive editor Jeff Tucker on investing in gold and the bitcoin
5:40 - John Stossel and Judge Andrew Napolitano square off on whether Americans should be outraged over the NSA’s spying.
5:29 - Congressman Justin Amash on whether the NSA is infringing on personal liberties.
5:54 - Texas Public Policy Foundation CEO Brooke Rollins on the IRS’ scrutiny of Tea Party groups.
8:44 - Special Correspondent Kennedy says drunk driving checkpoints have unintended negative consequences, and Radley Balko says drunk driving laws should be abolished altogether.
5:15 - Franklin Graham says we should tax violent games, but John Stossel points out that a rise in games’ popularity coincides with a fall in violence.
3:12 - Utah State University assistant professor Michael Thomas says “libertarian paternalism” is a contradiction in terms.
5:37 - University of Illinois professor John Kindt and CEI fellow Michelle Minton debate whether a ban on online gambling is a libertarian issue.
5:27 - Consumer Electronics Association CEO Gary Shapiro on the benefits of skilled immigrants on the U.S. economy.
4:15 - The Zen Marketing Group CEO Shama Kabani discusses how her family’s work ethic drove her to start a business.
4:52 - Sen. Rand Paul, (R-Ky.), on the impact of cutting government spending.
6:53 - Econstories co-founders Russ Robert and John Papola discuss how the greatest economists of the past generation would deal with current economic problems.
5:21 - Freedomfest founder Mark Skousen and author Robert Kuttner debate the need for government spending cuts.
5:36 - Center for Security Policy President Frank Gaffney and the Cato Institute’s Jerry Taylor on the link between oil prices, energy independence and national security.
4:27 - Stossel Special Correspondent Kennedy discusses techniques to boost your MPG.
2:17 - API’s John Felmy breaks down what America makes from 55 gallons of oil.
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.