NCPA Media: NCPA in the News
May 08, 2009
Dissecting health-care data from Britian, Canada, and elsewhere
Apr 23, 2009
Barack Obama's financial disaster will be much worse than you probably think. That's because there is another even bigger financial disaster lurking ahead and that will start to come into play in a few short years.
Apr 08, 2009
David Boucher celebrated his 50th birthday this year by jetting to Bangkok for his first colonoscopy.
There he was seen by a California-educated physician and no shortage of nurses, who verified his identity 15 times before the procedure.
Apr 06, 2009
Beneficiaries would see the co-payment for mental health care drop from 50% to
Hoping to ride a growing wave of support on Capitol Hill for mental health
parity, one powerful lawmaker has reintroduced a bill that would extend the concept to
Apr 01, 2009
More Americans are in a panic over their retirement planning than at any other time in history because of stock market uncertainty, and many are making expensive mistakes, says the Dallas-based National Center for Policy Analysis, a conservative think tank.
Mar 17, 2009
If you've lost your job, don't panic about your health care coverage. But, don't put off taking action, either. Here are seven options you should consider as soon as possible after getting pinkslipped.
Mar 08, 2009
Source: Washington Times
While much media attention has been paid to 'cap-and-trade' schemes as a way to prevent global warming, there is a second path to global warming salvation - carbon offsets. Indeed, the House Energy and Environment Subcommittee hosted hearings recently on how to use carbon offsets to reduce the costs of reducing greenhouse gas emissions - it promises to be more smoke and mirrors.
Mar 01, 2009
I'll start with the bad news: When we get through the economic time that we're in right now, we're going to be confronted with an even bigger problem. The first of the Baby Boomers started signing up for early retirement under Social Security last year. Two years from now they will start signing up for Medicare. All told, 78 million people are going to stop working, stop paying taxes, stop paying into retirement programs, and start drawing benefits. The problem is, neither Social Security nor Medicare is ready for them.