NCPA Commentaries by H. Sterling Burnett
H. Sterling Burnett is a Senior Fellow for the National Center for Policy Analysis. While Burnett works on a number of issues, he specializes in issues involving environmental policy and gun policy.
Mar 26, 2013
Now that Secretary of State Kerry has rediscovered the Law of the Sea.
The American Spectator: The Law of the Sea Treaty regulations could force the U.S. into forced deindustrialization, says NCPA Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett and Iain Murray.
Jan 29, 2013
Hawai’i Free Press: NCPA Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett offers his view on various stories that detail the left’s assault on modernity.
Jan 01, 2013
Power: NCPA Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett examines what changes might be in store for the power industry in the light of the results of the 2012 election.
Nov 24, 2012
The healthcare reform law seems to think that bureaucrats know best.
Psychology Today: In his latest Psychology Today commentary, NCPA President John C. Goodman suggests that some health care decisions should be left up to the individual, not forced upon them by the government.
Sep 06, 2012
Energy Tribune: Governor Romney’s energy plan is a clear winner compared to President Obama’s, however some improvements should be made, says NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett.
Jul 30, 2012
Psychology Today: NCPA President John C. Goodman discusses the economic incentives to underprovide to the sick and overprovide to the healthy.
Jul 12, 2012
The New York Times: Government should expedite the logging process to minimize the damage of forest fires, says NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett.
Jul 09, 2012
Real Clear Markets: Governments are beginning to regret investments in solar and wind energy technology, says NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett.
May 14, 2012
The Hill: Sterling Burnett expresses concerns about increased U.S. dependency on imported rare earths resulting from tight government mining regulations.
Apr 10, 2012
Heartlander: H. Sterling Burnett joins other analysts in disapproving government support of an expensive, mercury-containing CFL light bulb.