NCPA Media: NCPA in the News
Aug 05, 2009
This week a petition drive against the healthreform plan, whose fate will be decided by Congress in the fall, gathered its one millionth signature. The petition drive, called Free Our Health Care Now, is sponsored by the National Center for Policy Analysis and has been widely touted by conservative radio talk-show hosts nationwide, including Bill Bennett, Hugh Hewitt, Michael Medved and others.
Jul 31, 2009
Recently, a 1,018-page health care proposal was introduced in the House of Representatives that would cost nearly $1 billion per page and still wouldn't solve the problem of providing coverage to all Americans. In fact, according to the Congressional Budget Office, under the House bill, the number of Americans without health insurance would increase over the next three years.
Jul 29, 2009
Politicians lament the fact that the United States imports about 66 percent of its oil -- about 9,000 barrels every minute. Yet Congress has done little to remedy the situation. Instead, it has all too often erected barriers to domestic energy production.
Jul 17, 2009
Listen to almost any diatribe against the health-care system and you will hear the same refrain: We are getting too little care and paying too much for it. And, more and more, we are hearing that the villains behind this are not oppressive government regulators or meddlesome insurance-company bureaucrats - but doctors.
Jul 16, 2009
The conservative message on health care is simple: President Barack Obama's revamping of the nation's medical system will produce a costly government-run program that limits patients' choices.
Jul 05, 2009
John Goodman on America's News HQ with Eric Shawn on the Fox News Channel
Jul 01, 2009
Editor's Note: Readers are no doubt familiar with John C. Goodman, president and CEO of the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA). Often referred to as the "Father of Health Savings Accounts," Goodman also maintains a health policy blog where pro-free enterprise, private sector solutions to health care problems are routinely examined and debated by top health policy.
Jun 30, 2009
Mr. Chairman and members of the Subcommittee, I offer these comments for your consideration as you debate options for increasing the quality of health care and lowering the cost. I represent the National Center for Policy Analysis, a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research organization dedicated to developing and promoting private alternatives to government regulation and control, solving problems by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private sector.