NCPA Media: News Release

  • May 22, 2001

    Bartlett Applauds O'Neill's Remarks About Abolition Of Corporate Tax

    The Bush Administration may soon push forward on fundamental restructuring of the U.S. tax system, which would include abolition of the corporate income tax.

  • May 17, 2001

    James Baker To Speak At NCPA's Sumners Lecture

    What's the real story behind the Florida fiasco? What does President Bush's first 100 days portend for the next four years? Is Colin Powell faring well as Secretary of State? What's the future look like for the Mid-East peace process?

  • May 15, 2001

    Death Of Estate Tax May Not End Small Business Nightmares

    Small business owners across America are cheering the imminent demise of the estate tax, but Congress is poised to approve a little-known tax procedure that soon may give them headaches all over again.

  • May 14, 2001

    Bush Energy Plan Offers Balanced Approach

    In anticipation of the announcement of President Bush's national energy strategy, H. Sterling Burnett, senior policy analyst with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) signaled his optimism that the administration will unveil a plan with "a proper and realistic balance between energy and environmental concerns."

  • May 02, 2001

    Tom Saving Appointed To Social Security Commission

    The Bush Administration announced today the appointment of Dr. Tom Saving, professor of economics at Texas A&M and a senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), to the bi-partisan commission on Social Security reform.

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