NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Oct 10, 2012

    Does ObamaCare cut or save $716 billion in Medicare? Depends who you ask

    FoxNews.com: Longer waits for health care and finding doctors who will treat seniors will become more widespread after cuts to Medicare, says NCPA President John C. Goodman.


  • Oct 09, 2012

    The U.S. expressway to Greece

    Obama’s deficits 8 times higher than previous presidents’

    Washington Times: President Obama will have increased the national debt by more than all previous presidents combined by the end of 2012, says NCPA Senior Fellow Peter Ferrara.


  • Oct 09, 2012

    John C. Goodman-Medicare Divide

    Fox News Channel: National Center for Policy Analysis President and CEO John C. Goodman in an interview regarding the $716 Billion cut from Medicare.


  • Oct 08, 2012

    ACA: An Impossible Mandate

    The healthcare mandate will crowd out jobs, wage increases and other consumption

    Psychology Today: The Affordable Care Act will have negative effects on employment and wages, says NCPA President John C. Goodman.


  • Oct 06, 2012

    Worse Than Death Panels

    Townhall.com: Personalized health care is far more efficient and effective than general unspecific medicine, says NCPA President John C. Goodman in his latest Townhall column.


  • Oct 05, 2012

    Powerful Prescription

    Worldmag: Marvin Olasky from World Magazine, reviews NCPA President John C. Goodman’s new book on healthcare Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis.


  • Oct 05, 2012

    Healthcare hubris

    No social system is more complex than healthcare, says economist John Goodman, and the president’s attempts at centralized reform will backfire

    Worldmag: NCPA President John C. Goodman answers questions on how to lower health care costs and improve efficiency in an interview with Marvin Olasky from World Magazine. 


  • Oct 05, 2012

    Chinese Renewable Bag Manufacturer Pushes US Plastic Bag Bans

    Breitbart.com: Bag bans in the Los Angeles area are negatively affecting employment and are a safer option than reusable bags, according to a study by the NCPA.