NCPA Media: News Release

  • Dec 09, 2004

    Baby Boom Retirement Could Cause Annuity Market Explosion

    The 43 million Americans who have invested in their employer's 401(k) retirement program will face a difficult decision - what will they do with all the money they saved at the time they retire?


  • Dec 09, 2004

    NCPA Plan To Save SS Without Illusions

    The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) unveiled today a groundbreaking new plan to reform Social Security that for the first time explicitly spells out how to fund the transition from the current pay-as-you-go system to a retirement program that is fully funded.


  • Dec 08, 2004

    How Should We Reform Social Security

    Social Security reform is at the top of President Bush’s agenda. And with good reason.


  • Nov 23, 2004

    NCPA Names Whalen Policy Chairman

    Mike Whalen has been named policy chairman of the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) by the board of directors of the Dallas-based public policy research organization.


  • Nov 16, 2004

    Pete Du Pont Elected Board Chairman Of The NCPA

    The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) has announced that former Delaware Governor Pete du Pont has been elected to serve as chairman of the board of the Dallas-based public policy research organization.


  • Oct 07, 2004

    New Evidence: Drug Prices Are Lower In U.S.

    A federal task force report issued this week confirms research by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) proving that patients can save more on prescription drugs by becoming smarter shoppers rather than importing them from Canada.


  • Sep 14, 2004

    NCPA, Brookings Plan Would Boost Retirement Savings

    Workers would save more and have sounder investments in their retirement savings accounts under a reform plan proposed today by scholars at the Brookings Institution and the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).


  • Sep 10, 2004

    Kerry Plan Would Radically Change Health Care

    Sen. John Kerry’s new health care plan would virtually destroy the individual and small-group health insurance markets and most Americans would not be able to remain in the private health plan they have today, according to a study published today by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).