John Stossel goes through a series of "myths" vs. "truth". He is for capitalism and against big government, and describes himself as a libertarian rather than a conservative. When it comes to economics, his reasoning seems sound. But when he starts delving into other topics (polygamy, homosexuality, etc.), his case starts to break down. In these areas, it begins to look more sensational (meant to shock) than rational (based on solid research).
This is why I enjoyed some of his earlier books bette...more