NCPA Media: NCPA in the News

  • Mar 04, 2014

    Economists: Lower Unemployment and Higher Rates Ahead

    Yahoo! Finance: NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer warns that higher insurance premiums will reduce discretionary spending in a Bankrate article at Yahoo!Finance.


  • Mar 04, 2014

    What Obama’s Budget Proposal Means for Your Wallet

    FOXBusiness.com: NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal calls the Obama’s proposal to expand the eligibility of the Earned Income Tax Credit an expanded subsidy, but says it’s still better than a minimum wage hike in a FOXBusiness.com article.


  • Mar 03, 2014

    The Buck Stops – Where?

    Somewhat Reasonable: Standardizing charges worked to drop joint replacement costs in California, observed NCPA President John Goodman in a piece at the Heartland Institute’s Somewhat Reasonable.


  • Mar 02, 2014

    Tax the Rich and Hogtie the Fed

    David A Stockman says our fiscal path is leading toward calamity

    Dallas Morning News: Economic Analyst and recent NCPA/Hatton W. Sumners luncheon speaker David Stockman warned of the dangers of the Federal Reserve’s current course of action in an interview with Dallas Morning News.  


  • Feb 27, 2014

    Goodman Predicts Job Loss Due to ObamaCare

    FOX News: Despite the assurances of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, NCPA President John C Goodman predicts that ObamaCare will cause job losses across the nation.


  • Feb 25, 2014

    Health Wonk Review: In Like a Lion

    HealthBlawg:  Goodman’s plan for achieving affordable access to health care was mentioned in the Health Wonk Review at the HealthBlawg.


  • Feb 25, 2014

    Obama's New Deal: Manufacturing Institutes Announced

    FOXBusiness.com:  Encouraging private enterprise is the key to solving the jobs problem, not government intervention, said NCPA Senior Fellow David Ranson in a FOXBusiness.com piece.


  • Feb 25, 2014

    CBO Report: 1M May Lose Insurance Under Proposed Longer Work Week Definition

    FOXBusiness.com:  NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal says that raising the full-time designation from 30 to 40 hours a week could drop the cost of labor and actually increase wages in a FOXBusiness.com piece.