NCPA Media: News Release

  • Jun 27, 1997

    Clinton's Weak Stand Leaves Us Cool

    President Clinton has pledged U.S. commitment to an internationally binding Global Climate Treaty, but his lack of specifics during Thursday's speech to the United Nations Earth Summit enraged radical environmentalists.


  • Jun 13, 1997

    BUSINESS, LABOR, ANALYSTS ALL CONTEST GLOBAL WARMING "MYTHS"

    Theories about global warming and the proposed treaties to reduce climate change are based on disputed science and will shackle developed economies.


  • Jun 11, 1997

    Experts Contest Global Warming Treaty: Its Truths, Myths And Economic Impact

    If climatologists cannot agree on a climate change diagnosis - some contend the earth is warming, some say it's cooling, others assess no significant change at all - is it appropriate to prescribe a "cure" certain to impose negative side effects?


  • Jun 11, 1997

    NCPA's Goodman to Testify: Convert Social Security to Private Pension Plans

    National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) President John Goodman will testify before the House Ways & Means Subcommittee on Social Security that adoption of a fully funded private pension system, coupled with a restructuring of Medicare would convert Social Security to a safer, more lucrative retirement system for tomorrow's seniors.


  • Jun 10, 1997

    Kill The Estate Tax: NCPA Expert To Testify

    National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) tax expert Bruce Bartlett will testify before the Subcommittee on Tax, Finance and Exports of the House Committee on Small Business that the estate tax.


  • Jun 05, 1997

    Experts Set to Battle Over School Voucher Issue

    The National Center for Policy Analysis and CEO America will present the live taping of William F. Buckley, Jr.'s Firing Line Debate on the topic Resolved: Government Should Not Discriminate Against Private Schools.


  • May 29, 1997

    Tax Policy Experts Debate '97 Budget Tax Cuts

    Two tax policy experts from different sides of the policy fence, Bruce Bartlett of the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) and William Gale of Brookings Institution, will discuss the "good, the feasible and the impossible" in the 1997 Budget Tax Cut Bill.


  • May 16, 1997

    NCPA Brings School Voucher Showdown to TCU

    The school voucher issue will be the topic of argument when the National Center for Policy Analysis and CEO America present the live taping of William F. Buckley, Jr.'s Firing Line Debate June 9th at Texas Christian University.