NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Aug 30, 2016

    Our 1 Percent Economy

    Townhall: Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s economic advisor Steve Moore refers to new NCPA research on the drawbacks of the Hillary Clinton tax plan in his commentary at Townhall


  • Aug 29, 2016

    Some things to consider as open enrollment approaches

    ONE News Now: Senior Fellow Devon Herrick walks us through what health care shoppers need to consider as open enrollment approaches in an article at One News Now.


  • Aug 29, 2016

    The 1 Percent Economy

    Washington Times: Research from the NCPA showing the implementation of Hillary’s tax plan would eventually shave off 1 percent of GDP is cited in this article at the Washington Times.


  • Aug 28, 2016

    Hillary Clinton’s economic agenda risks another recession

    Washington Times: In an article at the Washington Times, NCPA research finding that the Clinton tax hikes would crush new investment and shrink GDP is cited in a piece by Trump’s senior economic consultant, Steve Moore.


  • Aug 26, 2016

    The new GDP numbers are terrible. No wonder Hillary won’t talk about the economy

    FOX News: Hillary’s tax plan will destroy hundreds of thousands of private sector jobs just to pad government payrolls while, in the process, doing almost nothing to improve tax fairness, says Senior Fellow David Tuerck in an article at FOX News.


  • Aug 25, 2016

    Concerns About MACRA

    Oncology Times: For consumers, MACRA's increased federal control over the practice of medicine could translate into “higher costs and more difficulties getting access to timely and quality care,” warned Senior Fellow John Graham in an article at the Oncology Times.


  • Aug 25, 2016

    How to pay less for your prescription drugs, legally

    CNN: Senior Fellow Devon Herrick’s research on generic drugs is cited in an article at CNN laying out six ways to pay less for your prescription drugs. 


  • Aug 03, 2016

    Yes, we can defeat terrorism

    The legendary Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu rightly observed generations ago that “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.” But he also taught that “if you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” And right now, our strategy suggests we know neither the enemy nor ourselves.