NCPA Media: News Release

  • Aug 02, 2012

    Chinese Controlled Rare Earths Supply is Essential to U.S. Defense

    NCPA Calls for Faster Development of Domestic Rare Earths

    China's stranglehold on the world's rare earth supply threatens American defense systems and technologies that rely on rare earth phosphors, metals, alloys and magnets to function, according to a new National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) report.


  • Jul 19, 2012

    THE NEW ALTERNATIVE TO OBAMACARE

    THE HEALTHCARE CONTRACT WITH AMERICA

    As an alternative to the Affordable Care Act, NCPA President John C. Goodman proposes a Healthcare Contract with America to provide universal coverage without government mandates.


  • Jul 12, 2012

    NCPA Study: Rail Is More Expensive, Not Environmentally Friendlier

    When compared to commuting rail transit is slow, inconvenient and expensive, according to new research from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).


  • Jul 09, 2012

    NCPA PRES. JOHN C. GOODMAN TESTIFIES TUESDAY ON ACA IMPACT

    House Committee Explores Economic Effect of Health Reform Law: July 10

    NCPA President John C. Goodman will testify before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee about the economic impact of the Affordable Care Act.


  • Jun 28, 2012

    NCPA RESPONSE TO SUPREME COURT RULING

    Despite the Supreme Court ruling to uphold it, NCPA President John C. Goodman says there is a way to provide universal health care coverage without the PPACA’s individual mandate.


  • Jun 25, 2012

    IS DISABILITY BECOMING THE NEW RETIREMENT?

    Surge in Disability Claims Will Have a Lasting Effect on the Labor Supply

    NCPA report shows that Social Security Disability programs are unsustainable.


  • Jun 21, 2012

    DAVID HOROWITZ EVENT IN DALLAS

    Media are invited to attend the luncheon with best-selling author David Horowitz on Monday, June 25.


  • Jun 21, 2012

    BREAKING THE 8% BARRIER

    How can Congress get Americans Back to Work?

    Experts will speak in Washington about free-market solutions to America's unemployment problem.