NCPA Media: News Release

  • Oct 20, 2009

    A Converstaion with General Tommy Franks

    Former Centcom Commander on Afghanistan, Iraq

    General Tommy Franks, former Commander-in-Chief of the United State Central Command offers a unique perspective into the volatile conflict in Afghanistan, Pakistan, the war in Iraq and critical Middle East...


  • Oct 15, 2009

    Renowned News Commentator Juan Williams In Dallas

    NPR's "Lightning Rod" Analyst Speaks Out on Obama, War and Health

    The most volatile issues faced by the Obama administration and Congress are up for discussion when Juan Williams, one of the country's leading political commentators and news analysts...


  • Oct 01, 2009

    Increased Estate Tax Rates Will Impede Economic Growth if no Action is Taken

    New NCPA Report Debunks Estate Tax Myths and Explains the Harm to Many Americans

    The current estate tax, also known as the death tax, is scheduled to disappear in 2010, but if Congress does not act soon to completely repeal the tax, it will return at a much higher rate, substantially hindering job creation and halting economic growth...


  • Sep 30, 2009

    Robert Wood Johnson Study Ignores Capitol Hill

    NCPA's Goodman Says Legislation Would Make the Problem Worse

    A new study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation projecting rapidly rising health costs ignores the very real possibility that current health care reform proposals before Congress could actually make things worse...


  • Sep 24, 2009

    Individual States' Health Reform Offer Previews for National Reform Problems

    Obama Administration Can Learn From Several States' Examples

    Health insurance policies in New Jersey rank among the most expensive in the United States due to over-regulation and expensive mandates that are very similar to those now proposed by President Obama...


  • Sep 23, 2009

    Mattress Investing is a Bad Way to Keep Retirement Nest Eggs Safe

    New NCPA Report Explains that Continuing to Invest in Retirement Accounts is Safer than not Investing

    After the decline of the stock market in the fall of 2008, many people felt that holding on to their money and having it retain its value was better than continuing to contribute money to a money-losing investment.


  • Sep 17, 2009

    Do the Uninsured Have Higher Mortality Rates?

    New Study Uses Faulty Methodology; Exaggerates Results

    A new study in the American Journal of Public Health claiming that lack of health insurance increases the risk of death by 40% is flawed...


  • Sep 09, 2009

    NCPA and Salem Radio Network Deliver 1.3 Million Plus Signature Petition

    More than 1.3 million Americans go on the record to protect "choice, access, fairness and responsibility"

    Leading opponents of government-run health care provided a massive demonstration of strength today, as the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) and Salem Radio Network delivered the more than 1.3 million signatures behind their joint "Free Our Health Care Now" petition to Congress at a rally held on Capitol Hill.