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The Refugee Problem is a National Security Problem

Resettling Syrian refugees in the United States poses a national security risk...

An Education Freedom Index Calculator: An Important Measure of Central Control

We can now measure centralization (political vs. market control) of school system policymaking. Visits to the website will help us research the importance of market control, writes John Merrifield...

Tobacco: Top User of Agriculture Guest Worker (H-2A) Visa Program

The number of H-2A visa holders in agriculture has risen nearly 35% in the past decade...

The Economic Burden of Corporate Taxation

Reducing the U.S. corporate income tax would draw financial capital into the United States, while increasing wages and production, according to a new report by Beacon Hill Executive Director and National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow David Tuerck and Beacon Hill Institute's James Angelini...

Pell Grants and Prisoners

Correctional education and vocational training programs have been shown to save money over the long term by reducing recidivism, writes Hannah Norman, Research Associate for the National Center for Policy Analysis...

Politics and Investment Options Don't Mix

The Department of Labor now wants pension fund managers to put more consideration into socially conscious factors...

Connected Care: Moving (And Keeping) Patients Out Of Hospitals

One of the greatest frustrations in health care is that technology tends to drive up costs...

Allen West on U.S. ISIS Policy

NCPA President/CEO Allen West discusses U.S. policy toward ISIS on Varney & Co., calling for stronger leadership and for a clear plan...

Consumer Price Indices -- Medical Prices Rose Three Times Faster Than Other Prices

October's Consumer Price Index (CPI) confirms medical prices continue to spring ahead of prices for other goods and services, writes NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham...

The New SAT -- Bringing All of Education into Alignment

A newly revised SAT will launch in March 2016, writes NCPA Research Associate Stevi Knight...


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