NCPA Media: Health Care

  • Jun 13, 2012

    Obamacare vs. Romneycare 2.0

    Real News on the Blaze: NCPA President and CEO John C. Goodman, author of Priceless, discusses the differences between ObamaCare and Mitt Romney's proposed health care reformed plan.

  • Jun 13, 2012


    Official Accounting Omits Seniors’ Social Security and Medicare Benefits

    The federal government owes $30 trillion in liabilities – nearly twice the amount of liabilities reported in the Treasury’s official report, according to a new study by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).

  • Jun 11, 2012

    John C. Goodman-Markets and ObamaCare

    The Street: NCPA President and CEO John C. Goodman, author of Priceless, says market forces, not government intervention are the key to curing the healthcare crisis.

  • Jun 06, 2012

    John C. Goodman-Individual Mandates

    Fox News Channel: NCPA President John Goodman on FOX News, explaining the impact of a
    Supreme Court ruling against the individual mandate in ObamaCare.

  • Jun 05, 2012

    Government focuses on adult children’s assets to pay for parents’ nursing home care

    Southern Business Journal: NCPA study starts a movement for stricter filial responsibility laws.

  • Jun 05, 2012

    Healthcare Aid No Help to Small Businesses

    OneNewsNow: Devon Herrick says Obama’s small business healthcare aid offers the wrong incentives.

  • May 28, 2012

    Four More Years?

    If you think the first Obama term has been bad, just wait.

    The Wall Street Journal: NCPA Board Chairman Pete du Pont on the economic impact of policy changes implemented under the Obama administration.

  • May 24, 2012

    Priceless: Solving the Healthcare Debate Beyond Party Politics and Into the Marketplace

    Groundbreaking New Book Reveals Free-market Solutions that Empower Affordable, High-quality Healthcare for All

    In the new book Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis (The Independent Institute, June 2012), author John C. Goodman demonstrates how market forces have been driven out from the American healthcare system, making it nearly impossible to solve problems as effectively or efficiently as in virtually every other type of consumer marketplace.