NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Aug 06, 2014

    As Boomers Slow Down, Will The Economy Follow?

    Investopedia: Baby boomers are spending more on their adult children, according to an NCPA report by Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal featured in an Investopedia article.


  • Aug 05, 2014

    Debt and Housing Costs Make Young Worse Off Than Past Generations

    The Guardian: The UK is failing its young, says NCPA Senior Fellow Laurence Kotlikoff in a Guardian article.


  • Aug 05, 2014

    The Economic Impact of the Border Crisis

    FOX Business: Undocumented immigrants are the highest uninsured population in the country, and put a large strain on emergency Medicaid services, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a FOX Business article.


  • Aug 04, 2014

    Old Fed vs. New Fed

    CNBC: The differences between the current Federal Reserve and the Federal Reserve 10 years ago were made so gradually few realized how much has changed, says NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer in a CNBC interview.


  • Aug 04, 2014

    Why Corporations Shouldn’t Pay Taxes – Zero, Zilch, Nada

    It's time to stop feigning surprise and outrage when corporations relocate abroad. They're just logically and legally fleeing an aggressively confiscatory tax code.

    The Week: There is a strong, worker-based case for eliminating the corporate income tax, says NCPA Senior Fellow Laurence Kotlikoff in an article at The Week.


  • Jul 31, 2014

    Medicare Trustees Report Increases MA Enrollment Estimates

    Inside Health Policy: Medicare cuts have not been as bad as anticipated when the Affordable Care Act was passed, says NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in an Inside Health Policy article.


  • Jul 31, 2014

    Is Medicare Really Healthier?

    Bankrate: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick finds a “refreshing note of reality” in this year’s Medicare Trustees’ report, according to a Bankrate article.


  • Jul 29, 2014

    Economist: Social Security Is Insolvent, In Worse Shape than Detroit’s Pension Funds

    CNS News: Social Security’s twenty-three trillion dollar debt, which “swamps” the $13 trillion of official debt in the hands of the public, will only keep growing unless reforms are made, warns NCPA Senior Fellow Laurence Kotlikoff in a CNS News article.