Website of the Week: Stossel in the Classroom

John began his career as a consumer reporter, criticizing business. He changed his focus after concluding that government regulation hurts consumers more than business.

John Stossel hosts a weekly show, Stossel, on the Fox Business Channel and anchors several specials a year for Fox News. Before joining Fox in October 2009, he was co-anchor of ABC News’s 20/20. He has been praised for his reporting on issues such as education, healthcare, consumer protection, government regulation, taxes, legal reform, and more.

John’s weekly one-hour program, Stossel, airs Thursdays at 9pm Eastern time on the Fox Business Network and is rebroadcast Saturdays at 1am, 9pm, and 12 midnight, as well as Sundays at 9pm (all times Eastern). It is also rebroadcast on the Fox News Channel Saturdays at 3pm and Sundays at 3pm and 12 midnight (all times Eastern).

John is the author of two national bestsellers—Give Me a Break and Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity: Why Everything You Know Is Wrong. His newest book is No They Can’t: Why Government Fails—But Individuals Succeed. John’s TV specials have consistently rated among the top news programs and have earned him uncommon praise: “The most consistently thought-provoking TV reporter of our time,” said the Dallas Morning News, while the Orlando Sentinel said he “has the gift for entertaining while saying something profound.”


Stossel in the Classroom.

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