John Stossel

The last few weeks have been a whirlwind for my transhumanist presidential campaign. I'm excited that transhumanism -- the social movement that aims to use radical science and technology to improve the human species -- continues to be represented in politics in a major way.
Left, right, or middle of the road, we ought to be able to agree that it's important for students to learn about the science as scientists understand it without the interference of political or religious ideologues.
This month in Boston, thousands of teachers will gather for the annual National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) conference. Two non-teachers will be there, too: Charles and David Koch, the notorious right-wing billionaires.
President Obama has an opportunity, and an obligation to reassure Americans. In his speech from the White House on Sept. 10, the president seemed to deviate between trivializing ISIS and beating the war drums.
Manners are not political correctness. Trying to assure that those around you are comfortable is not political correctness. It is a value the Right lost with the rise of the likes of Ann Coulter and Bill O'Reilly.
In a recent episode of his Fox News show, O'Reilly responded to Congressman Jim McDermott (D-Wash.), who said that Jesus
America's geography blesses it with abundant natural resources and a relatively small population. But China lacks such advantages.
"I'm not saying we should have a test or something," Stossel replied. But he did single out what he called "the kids," who
In one of my recent columns, where I went down to try and chronicle the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) muddle, I found only a handful of what I called "intelligent life forms." But it turns out I got this wrong.
Watch the latest video at WATCH: "They're loons," he said. Stossel brought some footage of his journey