NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Aug 16, 2011

    Should Warren Buffett Pay More In Taxes? Raising taxes on the ultra-rich will have a negative impact on the rest of us, according to John Goodman's latest commentary

  • Aug 15, 2011

    Why Profit is Our Best Friend John Goodman's commentary on how everyone benefits from innovative solutions to cost and quality in health care.

  • Aug 12, 2011

    Dysfunctional health-care system is driver of perfect public policy storm

    Washington Post: National Center for Policy Analysis experts recap and analyze the debt ceiling debate, the S&P downgrade and the impact on 401k accounts. But NCPA says, "Of course, the driver in this perfect public policy storm is the costs of a dysfunctional heath care system."

  • Aug 12, 2011

    Why No Jobs?

    Texas Insider: Unlike in the months and years following previous recessions, jobs are not coming back right now because companies are very uncertain of what policy is going to come out of Washington next.

  • Aug 12, 2011

    Killing Jobs, Costs Won’t Stop Obama EPA Finance: Despite the improvement in air quality, the Obama Administration plans to implement two new major air quality regulations that will cost consumers hundreds of billions of dollars more in their energy bills and threaten American jobs.

  • Aug 11, 2011

    Three Simple Ways Medicare Can Save Money

    Price fixing can be costly. The government should embrace alternatives like concierge physician arrangements.

    The Wall Street Journal: NCPA President John Goodman’s commentary supports free-market Medicare reforms as the most effective way to control costs.

  • Aug 10, 2011

    Stock Market Shock – what it means for you.

    KXAS NBC: NCPA's Pam Villarreal with Jane McGarry on Channel 5’s NBC DFW Non-Stop, discussing the current market turmoil.

  • Aug 10, 2011

    Saving Gas Via Underpowered Death Traps

    Research confirms that increasing fuel economy standards does cost lives on the road. But economist Mark Jacobsen explains how that doesn't have to be the case.

    Miller-MCune: The Obama Administration's new fuel-economy standards for cars, light trucks and SUVs have a down side.