NCPA Media: NCPA in the News
Dec 13, 2009
Swine flu pushed snout into the tent
NCPA Distinguished Fellow Terry Neese said in a Washington Times editorial that the proposed Emergency Influenza Containment Act would force more mandates on small businesses, and mandated sick leave is not a cure for what ails small businesses. Neese said a better solution would be to look for policies that empower the employer and employee.
Dec 11, 2009
Health Care Debate
NCPA President John C. Goodman explains solutions to the health care crisis on Fox Business Network.
Dec 11, 2009
During the agonizing descent to the lows of the 2007-09 bear market, snappy lines about moving remaining funds to the "Bank of Posturepedic" surfaced. Buy-and-hold was dead.
Dec 10, 2009
NCPA Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett wrote in a Washington Times editorial that the president's proposal on "green" programs could cause more job losses than gains.
Dec 09, 2009
A chilling new analysis of the Senate health care bill by National Center for Policy Analysis (ncpa.org) president John C. Goodman finds that it will insure only half of those currently lacking coverage...
Dec 05, 2009
"Congress may be overemphasizing the influence of reserve bank boards, they just don't have that much power and influence," NCPA Distinguished Fellow Robert McTeer told Bloomberg News regarding Timothy Geithner's support of Congress taking a look at how regional Federal Reserve bank presidents are appointed.
Dec 01, 2009
Nov 25, 2009
What do hacked e-mails tell us about global-warming research?
When news broke about Climategate, NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett told the National Review that scientists have tried to suppress criticism of the "hockey stick" graph, and when that proved impossible and researchers exposed the graph's deep flaws, the scientists settled for ignoring or downplaying the problem.