NCPA Media: News Release
Feb 28, 2012
NCPA Report: Permanent, Higher Tax Credit Is Needed
NCPA study calls for a permanent and higher R&D tax credit for increased U.S. international competitiveness.
Feb 10, 2012
Feb. 22nd Forum at Dallas Country Club
John C. Goodman to moderate the Senatorial Candidate Forum on February 22, 2012 at the Dallas Country Club.
Feb 06, 2012
John C. Goodman to speak at CPAC panel discussion on February 10, 2012.
Jan 18, 2012
Keystone Pipeline Already Was Deemed Environmentally Sound
NCPA: In response to the Obama administration's rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline project, National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett issued the following statement.
Dec 13, 2011
Administration Orders to FDA Likely to Aggravate Shortfall
NCPA Study - The major cause of the recent drug shortages can be directly linked to excessive government price regulations and the shortage is projected to get worse, according to a report released today from the National Center for Policy Analysis
Nov 09, 2011
NCPA: Most Social Security reform proposals would result in fewer benefits for future retirees. However, if the program pays out less in benefits there is an offsetting gain: payroll taxes needed from younger workers to support the program will be lower than they would be to fully fund benefits under the current program.
Oct 25, 2011
“Smart Growth” Not So Smart Overseas
NCPA - The rapid rise of housing costs in the international market is the focus of a new brief released today from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Oct 25, 2011
First Conference on Rare Earths, Critical Metals, Energy and National Security in Washington, D.C. On Nov. 2
Congressional, DOD, DOE, Policy and Other Experts to Speak
NCPA - The first of its kind, this conference will explore the direct link between the U.S. rare earths supply and the nation's safety, as well as policy proposals to decrease our dependence on foreign suppliers, improve our domestic energy production, and enhance our national security. It is sponsored by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).