NCPA Media: News Release

  • Dec 18, 2008

    Ten Ways to Trim Your Health Care Costs

    The one expenditure that a lot of people assume they have little or no control over is health care costs.  Yet, a little common sense and a healthy dose of consumerism can reward savvy shoppers with significant savings without sacrificing care, says Devon Herrick, Ph.D., a Senior Fellow at the National Center for Policy Analysis.

  • Dec 16, 2008

    Don't Pull Back

    Economist David M. Smick's recent book, "The World Is Curved," shows that during the past quarter-century we have had a global "golden age of wealth creation and poverty reduction never before seen in the history of mankind." The global free market "experienced an unprecedented doubling of its labor force from 2.7 billion to 6 billion"; the U.S. had 40 million new jobs created; "the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed from 800 to over 12,000" (it is back under 9000 now); and, according to the Federal Reserve, U.S. households saw their net worth increase from $11 trillion in 1982 to more than $56 trillion today.

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  • Dec 11, 2008

    NCPA President recently debated newly appointed Health Reform Deputy Director, Lambrew

    President-elect Obama has appointed Jeanne Lambrew as Deputy Director of the newly formed White House Office for Health Reform.

  • Dec 03, 2008

    Medicare, Social Security Owe Up to $52 Trillion to Current Retirees and Workers

    If the federal government stopped the Medicare and Social Security programs tomorrow -- collecting no more payroll taxes and allowing no more accrual of benefits -- it would still owe up to $52 trillion to those who have already earned these benefits, according to a new study by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).

  • Nov 25, 2008

    A Worrying Prognosis

    One thing we can count on from our newly elected president is fresh ideas, some that were campaigned on and others that will be at the top of the president's list on Jan. 20.

    First on the agenda will likely be a reworked version of Hillary Clinton's 1990s health-care plan: a more nationalized system that was introduced two weeks ago by Sen. Max Baucus of Montana to put government, as opposed to the individual, more in charge of health care decisions.

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