NCPA Media: News Release

  • Sep 28, 2001

    Census Bureau Uninsured Total Still Overstates

    The Census Bureau has been over-counting the uninsured for years and the new adjustment is far short of what is needed.


  • Sep 17, 2001

    Financial Leaders Urge Investors To Buy Stock

    As the financial world braces for U.S. markets to open this morning many financial leaders from legendary investor Warren Buffett to Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill to President Bush and Vice President Cheney are calling on investors to be bullish and invest in America.


  • Sep 17, 2001

    NCPA Web Site Adds Terrorism Update

    The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) has added a new feature to its Web site, Terrorism in America: Threats, Strategies and Policy.


  • Sep 04, 2001

    U.S. Senate, Texas Will Miss Phil Gramm's Leadership

    NCPA President John C. Goodman issued the following statement following Senator Phil Gramm's announcement that he will not seek re-election.


  • Jul 24, 2001

    Commission's Report Only Half the Story, Reality Much Worse

    Contrary to assertions by critics that the interim report of the President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security paints a picture that is "overly bleak," the report actually "low-balls" the impact of maintaining the status quo on future payroll tax rates.


  • Jul 23, 2001

    New NCPA Study

    Investing the Social Security surplus in the stock market is less risky than maintaining the status quo.


  • Jul 19, 2001

    NCPA Research Available For Coverage Of Social Security Reform

    As you prepare for coverage of the official release of the interim report of President Bush's Commission to Strengthen Social Security, we want to provide you with the NCPA's most recent research in all areas critical to Social Security reform.


  • Jul 19, 2001

    Should The Social Security Surplus Be Invested In The Stock Market?

    Coming just one day before the President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security is scheduled to release its interim report, the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) will unveil a new study on the risk of investing the Social Security surplus in the stock market at a news conference at the National Press Club.