NCPA Media: News Release

  • Apr 23, 2007

    Medicare Trustees Report To Force Reform Debate

    Deteriorating Medicare finances will force the federal government to consider reforming the nation's health care program for seniors, based on the just released annual report of the Social Security and Medicare Trustees.


  • Apr 11, 2007

    UN Climate Report Wrong On Hurricanes, Right On Adaptation

    Report High on Shock, Low on Evidence says NCPA Scholars

    According to the NCPA, the recent severe and costly hurricanes are the beginning of a completely natural, not at all unusual, multi-decadal cycle that scientists have monitored for more than 100 years.


  • Apr 03, 2007

    Supreme Court Ruling Doesn't Mean EPA Will Regulate CO2 Emissions

    Court Only Ruled EPA Has Authority to Regulate, Notes NCPA Scholar

    The Environment Protection Agency is not required to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from tailpipes, contrary to the impression fostered in media reports about the U.S. Supreme Court's "rebuking the Bush Administration for its inaction."


  • Mar 21, 2007

    Truth About Global Warming Too Inconvenient For Gore

    Movie and Books Rife with Mistakes and Misstatements, Says NCPA's Burnett

    While former Vice President Al Gore did his best to limit his exposure to serious critiques in today's Congressional hearings, a scholar with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) says "he cannot hide from the various mistakes, misstatements and outright falsehoods in his movie and books on global warming."


  • Mar 15, 2007

    New Army Corps Rule Fails To Give Relief To Property Owners

    Flood Plain Rule a Change Only a Lawyer Could Love, says NCPA's Burnett

    In an effort to discourage developers from building on large areas of wetland by offering them waivers to build on smaller ones without environmental reviews, the Army Corps of Engineers issued new construction rules last week that have upset environmentalists and developers alike.


  • Mar 12, 2007

    Lack of Transparency in Health Care Heightens Costs, Retards Innovation

    While business and government leaders complain about the lack of price and quality information in health care and pursue government-based health reforms to increase access and set prices.


  • Feb 28, 2007

    U.S. And World Fisheries In Rapid Decline

    Perverse Incentives to Over-Fish Are Creating Undersea Wasteland, Notes NCPA Scholar

    American and world fisheries have entered a period of rapid and unprecedented decline.


  • Feb 21, 2007

    U.S. Cutting Greenhouse Gases Better Than Europe

    U.S. Action Besting European Treaties and Regulations, Notes NCPA Scholar

    Despite constant criticism from environmental activists at home and across Europe claiming the U.S. government is doing nothing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, new evidence suggests America's efforts are more effective than those of Europe's.