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By Michelle Malkin  •  December 10, 2009 12:21 PM

John Stossel, the newest member of the Fox family, debuts his show on Fox Business Network tonight at 8pm Eastern.

Be sure to tune in. He write at Townhall.com:

People keep forwarding me emails and blog posts saying ABC fired me. Internet forums claim I was fired because I aired a story about the downside of government-controlled health care. This is silly. It’s not even logical. No one can broadcast anything on “20/20” without ABC’s approval.

The truth is that my departure from ABC was by mutual consent.

I left to go to the Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network because I want more time to report on free markets and economic liberty, the kind of reporting I do in this column. With two 24-hour news channels, Fox has more room for that.

Tomorrow, finally, my new Fox Business show begins! It will air every Thursday at 8 p.m. (and will repeat Fridays at 10 p.m. — opposite “20/20” — heh, heh, heh).

My first show will be on the “climate crisis.” Or it might be on Ayn Rand’s novel “Atlas Shrugged.” I’ve prepared both shows because I can’t decide which I should do.

What do you think?

John’s FBN blog is here.

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