NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Aug 09, 2011

    Bob McTeer - Fed Intervention

    CNBC - National Center for Policy Analysis Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer discussing what moves the Federal Reserve needs to make in response to the market turmoil.


  • Aug 08, 2011

    Report: Deregulating Entrepreneurship Will Benefit Poor

    Newsmax.com: NCPA's Roger Koppl and Pete du Pont contributed to the recent NCPA report on deregulating entrepreneurship to boost effective, affordable services for the poor.


  • Aug 04, 2011

    No Increase in Medicare Drug Premiums in 2012

    U.S. News and World Report – John Goodman applauds the fact that Medicare prescription premiums have gone down in the past year, but warns against the government providing benefits it cannot afford.


  • Aug 03, 2011

    How a Weak Dollar Drains Your Pocketbook.

    Fox Business –Bob McTeer explains how a weak dollar can be good for GDP but bad for standard of living.


  • Aug 01, 2011

    Utah Approves Expansion of Important Copper Mine

    The Heartland Institute - After two public hearings and an extended comment period, the Utah Air Quality Board has approved emissions increases for long-term mining at Kennecott Utah Copper's Bingham Canyon mine. During the process, Kennecott was able to overcome objections from environmental activists who claimed mining causes too much air pollution.


  • Aug 01, 2011

    Wildfire Threat Grows with Housing Sprawl

    CNBC – The threat of larger wildfires today was the topic of a 2008 NCPA publication.


  • Aug 01, 2011

    Bedbugs Found Carrying Drug-Resistant Staph

    The Heartland Institute – In an article on bedbugs, Sterling Burnett blames the government ban on DDT for the recent infestation surge.


  • Aug 01, 2011

    Us Against Them

    Texas Insider – John C. Goodman comments on how divisive rhetoric is influencing educational policy.