NCPA Media: NCPA in the News
Feb 11, 2006
Central to President Bush's bold and sweeping blueprint for health policy reform is the expansion and enhancement of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). These tax-free investments - which allow consumers to set aside money in special accounts to pay for medical expenses not covered by high-deductible health insurance polices - are a very good thing.
Feb 09, 2006
For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own
lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears And they shall turn away [their] ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables But watch thou in all things, endure afflictions, do the work of an evangelist, make full proof of thy ministry.--2 Timothy 4: 3-5 The Evangelical Climate Initiative today issued a brief report entitled "Climate Change: An Evangelical Call to Action." It calls for Evangelical Christians to reduce carbondioxide emissions from the burning of fossil fuels and is signed by 86 evangelical leaders. Sadly, these good men and women have allowed their itching ears to listen to fables. Their claims are based on halftruths and unsound logic.
Feb 06, 2006
The nation's last epic battle over health care ended in a high-profile failure for the Clinton administration.
Jan 28, 2006
Jan 25, 2006
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) - On the heels of the roughest year of his presidency, amid vicious partisan fighting and mid-term election fears and soon after a recent White House projection of an even larger deficit, President Bush will deliver his State of the Union address next Tuesday.
Jan 24, 2006
"What fate for Social Security reform?" That was the question Sean Tuffnell asked in a recent insightful opinion column for the Washington Times. He concluded, based upon his work heading up a voluntary educational-outreach initiative on Social Security around the country: "While Washington is reluctant to talk about Social Security, there is a tremendous interest outside the Beltway."
Jan 23, 2006
A new year often brings a new agenda to the nation's capital, as accomplished items are removed and new issues and problems arise. It is also the time to evaluate whether to continue pressing for issues that haven't gained as much traction as had been hoped.
Jan 22, 2006
As the baby boomers' generation moves into its sixth decade, the question remains: how do we define them?