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Stossel is a television program that airs every week on the Fox Business Network. It stars veteran reporter John Stossel and is filmed before a live studio audience. Though it was bounced around the Fox schedule when it originally began airing on December 10, 2009, it has since settled into the 10 pm time slot on Thursday evenings. Stossel runs for an hour each week and features a panel of guests with whom the host discusses a variety of issues. Often playing the devil's advocate, Stossel opens the panel up to questions from the audience at the end of every program. Issues that the program has covered include Global Climate Change, Crony Capitalism, Energy Independence, Junk Science and Tax Insanity. Many notable guests have appeared on Stossel such as Congressman Dennis Kucinich, former federal judge Andrew Napolitano, social critic and radio personality Michael Medved, Fox host Sean Hannity, former Bush administration official Karl Rove and former presidential candidate Ron Paul.

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  • Stossel is Lady Liberty's Torch in the Dark Establishment Media

    One of the only shows i'd dare watch on Fox. He's been a gift to the libertarian movement especially in the current election.
  • Stossel's show in minimun wage

    I agree with your topic Sunday, about raising the minimum wage. Its sounds good, but if the minimum was raised to $15.00 an hour for unskilled jobs, what would you raise my salary for a CNA2 job which required college and a license, and a state test. I make $ hour. Every thing would just keep going up,so your purchase power would not get better. Its really about the cost of living. yes getting a education in fields of demandmoreless

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