NCPA Media: News Release

  • Nov 29, 2010

    Can Cancun Climate Ties Bind?

    Don’t Bet On It, Says NCPA Expert

    DALLAS - On the heels of Climategate, the discovery of numerous mistakes in the report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the failure to meet the $100 billion in commitments to developing countries to adapt to climate change and, worse, no consensus to extend the Kyoto Protocol, expectations for this week's United Nations climate summit in Cancun are very low, according to National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett.


  • Nov 18, 2010

    NCPA Study: Government Unfunded Liability Cut in Half by Health Reform

    Debt Commission’s Work Is Already Half Done But Seniors Access to Care Is In Jeopardy

    DALLAS, TX - The health reform bill enacted last spring reduces Medicare's unfunded liability by $53 trillion, cutting in half the nation's long-term entitlement debt, according to a new study from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).


  • Nov 18, 2010

    Lame-Duck Caution

    NCPA Expert: Four Legislative Efforts Are "Must-Watch"

    DALLAS - Fearing a lame-duck Congress might attempt to ram through costly and ineffective environmental legislation, action on four environmental initiatives is critical both to improve the U.S. economy and protect the environment, according to NCPA Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett.


  • Nov 12, 2010

    Six-point Economic Recovery Agenda Proposed

    Think Tanks Challenge Congress With New Plan

    As Congress returns next week, swing election issues such as job creation, economic recovery and acceleration of economic growth should be foremost on their agenda. The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) and the Institute for Research on the Economics of Taxation (IRET) have proposed six pro-growth policies for immediate consideration:


  • Oct 21, 2010

    Killing Mini-meds May Hike Uninsured Rates

    New NCPA Report Shows Benefits of Limited Insurance Option

    Popular "mini-med" plans that allow employers to offer health plans at a low cost to both employees and the company are facing extinction under the Affordable Care Act, which a new analysis finds may actually increase the number of uninsured workers, affecting as many as two million people


  • Oct 12, 2010

    Lewis Resignation After 70 Years At APS Shouldn't Be A Shock

    Just Another Crack in the Wall—NCPA Expert

    DALLAS - Professor Harold Lewis's resignation from the American Physical Society after 70 years of membership over the organization's participation in the "global warming scam" is just the most recent show of disgust by principled scientists about promotion of pseudo-climate science for personal gain, according to National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett.
  • Oct 04, 2010

    Former Presidential Advisors Carville & Matalin To Speak

    Political strategists and authors James Carville and Mary Matalin will offer their insights on November 2 and a behind the scenes look at Washington politics at an Oct. 5th luncheon sponsored by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).


  • Sep 30, 2010

    College Productivity Fails To Keep Up With Cost Hikes

    NCPA Research Explores Tuition & Aid Increases

    Both college tuition and federal aid dollars show rapid hikes in recent years but unfortunately research also shows education productivity has dipped at the same time, according to a new analysis from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).