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John Stossel is author of “No They Can’t! Why Government Fails — But Individuals Succeed.” For other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit

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I love my digital devices, but people keep telling me to worry more about my privacy.

By John Stossel February 18, 2021
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President Donald Trump should pardon Edward Snowden.

By John Stossel December 17, 2020
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Many of us will give money to charity this month. Americans give more than any other people in the world.

By John Stossel December 3, 2020
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I hear that climate change will destroy much of the world.

By John Stossel November 19, 2020
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Don’t freak out! Remember: The most important parts of life happen outside politics.

By John Stossel October 29, 2020
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Donald Trump will probably lose the election. As I write, The Economist says he has only an 8% chance of winning. Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight, which came closest to predicting Trump’s win in 2016, and has the best track record among modelers, gives Trump just a 12% chance.

By John Stossel October 22, 2020
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When COVID-19 hit, I quarantined in Eastern Massachusetts. Biking around the woods, I noticed something strange. There are two campgrounds near my house. One is full. Lots of people pitch tents or park trailers at a place called Maurice’s. A short bike ride away is a much-larger campground that’s almost entirely empty.

By John Stossel October 15, 2020
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Recently, I released a video that called California’s fires “government fueled.”

By John Stossel October 8, 2020
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“A pioneer devoted to equality.” That was The Washington Post’s headline about Ruth Bader Ginsburg. But when Justice Antonin Scalia died, the headline was, “Supreme Court conservative dismayed liberals.”

By John Stossel October 1, 2020
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Politicians shut down businesses because of COVID-19. But the rules don’t apply to everyone. In San Francisco, gyms were forced to close, but government gyms stayed open.

By John Stossel September 17, 2020

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