America's middle class struggles, Christmas has a new enemy, and guest Alex Blumberg is curious about T-shirt production.
Venezuela's president conducts a reign of festive terror by declaring an early beginning to the Christmas season.
As the middle class declines, Bloomberg columnist Virginia Postrel suggests that television eliminates the need for higher wages.
The retail giant receives 23,000 job applications for 600 jobs, making Walmart America's most selective institution.
NPR's Alex Blumberg discusses "The T-Shirt Project" and the global nature of T-shirt production.
Stephen thanks writer Frank Lesser and wishes him luck at his new job.
Stephen pays tribute to the man who ended apartheid, and Rick Santorum makes a dubious comparison.
Stephen announces his Grammy nomination for 'America Again: Re-becoming the Greatness We Never Weren't.'
'A Case For Climate Engineering' author David Keith explains his proposal to use geoengineering as a means of slowing climate change.
Stephen says goodnight.
Fox News's John Stossel argues against charitable giving, Stephen vies for a Grammy, and guest David Keith discusses his book, 'A Case For Climate Engineering.'
Inspired by John Stossel's expos on the homeless, Stephen goes undercover as a man who is convincingly poor.
Bill O'Reilly claims that Jesus wouldn't support food stamps, and John Stossel goes undercover to prove that the homeless are no-good scammers.
Stephen announces his Grammy nomination for "America Again: Re-becoming the Greatness We Never Weren't."