Author: John Stossel

John Stossel is an American consumer television personality, author, and libertarian pundit, known for his career on both ABC News and Fox Business Channel.

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When police charged New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft with soliciting prostitution, the press said the police rescued sex slaves."They were women who were from China, who were forced into sex slavery," said Trevor Noah on The Daily Show.We're told this happens all the time."Human trafficking is the fastest growing illegal business in the United States," says fashion model Kathy Ireland.It's bunk, says Reason Associate Editor Elizabeth Nolan Brown.In the Robert Kraft case, she points

Police often use "sex trafficking" and "prostitution" interchangeably. That's what happed in the Robert Kraft case, says Reason reporter Elizabeth Nolan Brown.Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots, was caught in a "sex trafficking" sting.Law enforcment "had all of these big announcements at first saying that…these women were being forced there and they weren't allowed to leave," Brown explains to John Stossel.But now prosecutors in the Kraft case concede that there was no trafficking.That's usually the

"I'm not going to let them bully me out of reporting," said Tim Pool after recording an Antifa protest where angry activists cursed at him. There might have been violence, but Antifa's "de-escalation team" protected him, he says.That surprised me. "Antifa has a de-escalation team?" I ask Pool in my latest internet video."They have people who try and make sure nobody from their side starts it—because cameras are rolling," he answered.Pool is part of the