NCPA Commentaries by John C Goodman

Dr. John C. Goodman, President and founder of the NCPA, is known as the father of Medical Savings Accounts and was dubbed by National Journal as "A winner of the devolution derby." He is an expert on tax, welfare, Social Security and health care reform. Dr. Goodman has testified before Congressional committees and regularly briefs member of Congress on these issues.

  • Jul 21, 2003

    Drugs from Canada: A price too high?

    We've all had the experience. You're riding in an airplane and discover that the person in the next seat paid $200 for his ticket, while you paid $800 for yours. Or maybe it was the other way around. Maybe you had the cheap fare and your seatmate paid top dollar.

  • Feb 11, 2003

    Health Insurance Mandates Increase Costs, Uninsured

    Mandated health insurance benefits are laws requiring insurers to cover specific providers and procedures not usually included in basic health care plans. In 1965 there were only seven state-mandated benefits nationwide. Today there are close to 1,500.

  • Aug 08, 2002

    Wrong Rx For Medicare

    People on Medicare are the only group in our society that needs to purchase a second insurance policy to fill the gaps in their primary health plan. Even after doing that, many seniors do not have coverage for the prescription drugs that non-seniors take for granted.

  • Feb 13, 2002

    Bush Wrests Health Care From Democrats

    Ever since Hillary Clinton's calamitous attempt to restructure the nation's health care system, Democrats have been reluctant to propose any major health care reforms. For almost 10 years, therefore, the health-policy field has been a wide open area of opportunity for Republicans. But they too have been reluctant to act.

  • Aug 01, 2001

    How to Save Social Security

    The President's Comission to Strengthen Social Security has concluded that Social Security is in trouble and needs a radical overhaul. The commission is right.

  • May 14, 2001

    An Answer To Critics Of Mixing Faith, Charity & Tax Dollars

    Critics on the left and right are questioning President George W. Bush's plan to make it easier for faith-based charities to compete for federal welfare funds.

  • Mar 14, 2001

    The Bush Plan to Insure the Uninsured

    The number of people who lack health insurance now stands at about 43 million, more than were uninsured a decade ago. Moreover the growth in the uninsured has occurred during a period when income and wealth was rising for the vast majority of American families.

  • Mar 05, 2001

    Why Are So Many Texans Uninsured?

    One in four Texans does not have health insurance, the highest percentage in the nation. One reason is that a lot of families cannot afford health insurance. But many Texas families who can afford it simply choose not to buy it. As a result, many Texans are uninsured by choice.

  • Sep 12, 2000

    Health In the Lone Star State

    A left-leaning federal judge in Texas ruled recently that the Medicaid system in the state was not to his liking, and ordered changes. This isn't too surprising, as activist judges in Texas have a history of attempting to take over everything from prisons to schools.

  • Aug 28, 2000

    Life As A Positive-Sum Game

    Most historians, and virtually everyone on the political left, views most human interactions as zero-sum (to borrow a term from game theory). One person's gain is another person's loss.

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