NCPA Commentaries by Other NCPA Experts
Sep 25, 2000
We are a thirsty country. The United States is exhausting its freshwater resources faster than they are replenished. Yet in the face of impending water shortages, we continue to rely on an outdated government regulations to manage our water supply.
Aug 24, 2000
When the public schools, which now control 92 percent of all money spent on elementary and secondary education, know that parents have a choice of schools for their children, they will have to rely on more than duress to fill their buildings.
May 08, 2000
Texas Gov. George W. Bush, the presumptive Republican presidential candidate, believes that what is needed is a gradual move away from pay-as-you-go financing of Social Security, and toward letting each worker at least partially fund his or her own future retirement instead.
Apr 28, 2000
Consequences play a crucial role in deterring crime.
Dec 30, 1998
Can you hear them? The groans rising up from all over Washington, D.C., especially from liberals and the media?