NCPA Media: News Release

  • Nov 03, 2006

    Boomers Should Be Encouraged To Keep Working

    In two years the first of 77 million baby boomers will become eligible for early retirement benefits from Social Security, beginning a three decade long tidal wave that will ultimately lead to a doubling of retired workers and severely straining the nation’s economy.


  • Nov 02, 2006

    British Climate Change Study Found To Be Flawed

    NCPA Expert Echoes Analysis That Sterns Review is Selective and Flawed

    A recent report of climate change sponsored by the British government that argued the price of inaction would be extraordinary and the cost of action modest is selective in its research and flawed in its conclusion, according to H. Sterling Burnett, a senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA). 


  • Oct 31, 2006

    British Government and Al Gore Team Up to Push Global Warming Alarmism

    Adapting to Warming World Should Be Policy Focus, Not High Energy Taxes

    The British government has enlisted the support of former Vice President Al Gore and has dispatched the author of a report warning of worldwide recession to the U.S. in an attempt to win American support for cutting carbon emissions to prevent global climate change.


  • Oct 27, 2006

    How Generous Is The Federal Government To Seniors?

    Rapidly growing federal benefits for seniors are so generous they will soon provide recipients with a higher standard of living during retirement than they had when they were working, according to a new study from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).


  • Oct 25, 2006

    Courts Missed Opportunity On Wetlands, Made Situation Worse

    NCPA Study Suggests Private Sector, Not Federal Regulation, Best Stewards

    The U.S. Supreme Court missed a golden opportunity to give landowners, federal regulators and the states clear guidance about which wetlands are under federal control and what actions can be taken to protect and/or develop them.



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