NCPA Media: News Release

  • Dec 18, 2001

    Answering Myths About School Choice

    Despite a growing body of research that suggests expanded school choice may help student performance, choice is still not a meaningful option for low-income families.

  • Dec 18, 2001

    Is The Clean Power Act Really Just Kyoto Cloaked As Bad Economics?

    NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett Says Including CO2 As A Pollutant Has That Effect

    According to an analysis released today by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), the inclusion of carbon dioxide as a covered pollutant, raises questions as to the true goal of the bill.

  • Dec 17, 2001

    Michael Whalen Elected To NCPA's B.O.D.

    Michael L. Whalen, President & Chief Executive Officer, Heart of America Restaurants & Inns has been elected to the Board of Directors of National Center of Policy Analysis.

  • Dec 14, 2001

    Voucher Programs Can Improve Public Schools

    A new book published from the National Center for Policy Analysis dispels 10 major myths about school choice-among them, that tax-funded school voucher programs weaken or destroy public schools.

  • Dec 14, 2001

    NCPA To Release Book Exposing Myths About School Choice

    As Congress prepares to vote on HR 1, recently approved by the Education Conference Committee, the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) will release its new book, "Ten Myths About School Choice: Answering the Campaign Against School Vouchers".

  • Dec 10, 2001

    People Who Want To Invest Your Money Are Doing a Lousy Job of Investing Their Own

    Employees of major financial services firms that want to invest your money for retirement, or advise you how to invest those funds, often do a terrible job of investing their own.

  • Nov 29, 2001

    Payroll Tax Holiday Won't Stimulate Economy

    Momentum is growing in the Senate around the idea to create a one-month payroll tax "holiday" as a way to quickly inject money into the stalled economy. Yet according to National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Bruce Bartlett, while sounding simple, this idea is actually complex, won't work and sets a bad policy precedent.

  • Nov 29, 2001

    Social Security Reform Won't Affect Disabilty

    Contrary to accusations made today by opponents of the president's Social Security reform commission, disabled Americans have nothing to fear from Social Security reform.