NCPA Media: News Release

  • Mar 22, 2016

    Former DIA Dir. & Terrorism/National Security Expert in Dallas

    Lt. General Michael T. Flynn at March 31st NCPA Luncheon

    NCPA: Former Defense Intelligence Agency director, author, and experienced combat veteran, Lt. General Michael T. Flynn will discuss the growing threat of Islamic terrorism and address NSA surveillance, border security, and other national security challenges facing America at an Addison luncheon co-sponsored by the National Center for Policy Analysis. The topic is particularly timely, following today’s terror attacks.


  • Mar 18, 2016

    U.S. Military Leaders Question Preparednes

    NCPA Petition Urges Congress to Cease Gutting of Military Forces, Resources

    NCPA: As top military leaders voice their concerns that budget cuts and troop reductions have left us unprepared in the event of a crisis, National Center for Policy Analysis has launched the "Provide for the Common Defense Now!" petition. The petition urges Congress to use this year’s National Defense Authorization Act to build – not diminish – the capabilities of our fighting forces.


  • Mar 18, 2016

    Lt. General Michael T. Flynn in Dallas March 31st

    Fmr. DIA Director & 30-Year Combat Veteran to Speak at NCPA Luncheon

    NCPA: Former Defense Intelligence Agency director, author, and experienced combat veteran, Lt. General Michael T. Flynn will discuss the growing threat of Islamic terrorism and address NSA surveillance, border security, and other national security challenges facing America at an Addison luncheon co-sponsored by the National Center for Policy Analysis.


  • Mar 04, 2016

    PHILADELPHIA, PA TEEN WINS THIRD PLACE IN NATIONAL 4th AMENDMENT ESSAY CONTEST: NCPA

    NCPA: The National Center for Policy Analysis announced today that Danielle Yampolsky of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, placed third in Debate Central’s Young Patriots Essay Contest with her essay on the relationship between government surveillance and the 4th amendment. Yampolsky is in the 12th grade at William Penn Charter School.


  • Mar 04, 2016

    PLAINFIELD, IN TEEN WINS SECOND PLACE IN NATIONAL 4th AMENDMENT ESSAY CONTEST: NCPA

    NCPA: The National Center for Policy Analysis announced today that Paige Murrell of Plainfield, Indiana, placed second in Debate Central’s Young Patriots Essay Contest with her essay on the relationship between government surveillance and the 4th amendment. Murrell is in the 11th grade at Four Oaks Academy.  


  • Mar 04, 2016

    CHESTERFIELD, VA TEEN WINS FIRST PLACE IN NATIONAL 4th AMENDMENT ESSAY CONTEST: NCPA

    NCPA: The National Center for Policy Analysis announced today that Evan Fitchett, of Chesterfield, Virginia, placed first in Debate Central’s Young Patriots Essay Contest with his essay on the relationship between government surveillance and the 4th amendment. Fitchett is in the 11th grade at Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies.


  • Mar 04, 2016

    NATIONAL CENTER FOR POLICY ANALYSIS ANNOUNCES WINNERS IN NATIONAL 4th AMENDMENT ESSAY CONTEST

    Dallas, TX (March 4, 2016) – Three teens took home $9,000 in scholarships from Debate Central’s Young Patriots Essay Contest, sponsored by NCPA and Copart, with their essays on the relationship between government surveillance and the 4th amendment.

    The Young Patriots Essay Contest is designed to challenge middle and high school students to creatively engage with public policy and current events through the art of writing. Of the over 900 applicants, Evan Fitchett of Chesterfield, Virginia, Paige Murrell of Plainfield, Indiana, and Danielle Yampolsky wrote essays worthy of first, second, and third place.

    • Fitchett, an 11th grader at Maggie L. walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies, took first place and was awarded a $5,000 scholarship. His essay, “The War on Terror vs. the 4th Amendment,” can be found at: http://www.ncpa.org/pdfs/Evan%20Fitchett.pdf
    • Murrell, a 12th grader at Four Oaks Academy, took second place and was awarded a $2,500 scholarship. Her essay, “Suspicion is Not a Virtue: Mass Surveillance and Global Terrorism,” can be found at: http://www.ncpa.org/pdfs/Paige%20Murrell.pdf
    • Yampolsky, a 12th grader at William Penn Charter School, took third place and was awarded a $1,500 scholarship. Her essay, “False Sense of Security,” can be found at: http://www.ncpa.org/pdfs/Danielle%20Yampolsky.pdf

    “Copart is a proud sponsor of the Young Patriots Essay Contest, a program that helps young people become acquainted with public policy and to learn to research and voice their opinions on critical issues,” said Copart CEO Jay Adair, who congratulated the winners in a video.“On behalf of Copart and the NCPA, congratulations to all the winners!”

    The NCPA’s Debate Central aims to provide free, high-quality resources to high school debate students. For more information, please visit http://www.debate-central.org.


  • Mar 04, 2016

    NATIONAL CENTER FOR POLICY ANALYSIS ANNOUNCES WINNERS IN NATIONAL 4th AMENDMENT ESSAY CONTEST

    NCPA: Three teens took home $9,000 in scholarships from Debate Central’s Young Patriots Essay Contest, sponsored by NCPA and Copart, with their essays on the relationship between government surveillance and the 4th amendment.




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