NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Dec 01, 2015

    Refugee Recruits

    Fox Business: NCPA President/CEO Allen West advises against accepting military age refugees on a FOX Business Network’s Cavuto: Coast to Coast segment. West says national security must be put first and foremost, citing the potential for domestic recruitment and terrorist attacks.


  • Nov 29, 2015

    Time ripe to eliminate state income tax, senators said

    Post and Courier: Eliminating South Carolina’s income tax would put that money back into the economy and reduce the free-rider problem faced by South Carolina’s road users, according to NCPA Research cited in a Post and Courier article.


  • Nov 21, 2015

    Refugee Terrorists

    FOX & Friends Weekend: A solution in the Middle East depends on the strategic objective, whether it’s to defeat, degrade, or destroy ISIS, says NCPA President/CEO Allen West on Fox & Friends Weekend.

     


  • Nov 20, 2015

    Syrian Refugees

    On the Record: Specific, strategic steps by the United States and its allies are needed to combat terrorist groups in the Middle East, which may mean more aggressive military actions and more boots on the ground, said NCPA President/CEO Allen West in an interview with FOX News’ On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.


  • Nov 17, 2015

    Allen West on U.S. ISIS Policy

    Varney & Co.: NCPA President/CEO Allen West discusses U.S. policy toward ISIS on Varney & Co., calling for stronger leadership and for a clear plan. West says that the Paris attacks are causing a shift in public perception in favor of intervention in the Middle East, to ensure the future safety of American citizens.


  • Nov 16, 2015

    Syrian Refugee Crisis

    Fox & Friends: NCPA President/CEO Allen West calls for more stringent screening procedures of travelers returning from combat zones and refugees, should the borders remain open. 


  • Nov 13, 2015

    Texas still falls short on coverage

    The Dallas Morning News: With such high premiums and deductibles associated with many of the plans, healthy Texans are willing to face penalty fees rather than enroll on Obamacare, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a story for The Dallas Morning News.


  • Nov 09, 2015

    ObamaCare enrollment picture isn't rosy

    OnewNewsNow: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick reveals that 2016 ObamaCare enrollment rates are most likely to be exceptionally low due to the high post-subsidy premium and deductible rates in a OneNewsNow story.




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