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Jeb Bush's Positive Plan to Reform Medicare

Jeb Bush's Medicare reform contains two proposals -- premium support and Health Savings Accounts...

David Stockman Discusses Poor Policies from the Federal Reserve

David Stockman, former head of the Office of Management and Budget, explains how years of the Federal Reserve and crony capitalism helped to pave the way for the 2008 financial crisis...

ACA CO-OP Failures Disappoint, Don't Surprise

One of the most ambitious efforts to replicate real-world competition in the Affordable Care Act has proven to be a growing failure...

Dodd-Frank Defending Against Another Financial Crisis...in the Congo?

The conflict minerals statute in the Dodd-Frank Act inadvertently created a de facto boycott on the Congo...

Can Gov. Kasich Both Cut Taxes and Expand Medicaid?

Ohio's state budget increased by nearly one-third...

The Collapse of Common Core

States that have adopted and implemented the Common Core standards are downgrading their participation or withdrawing from national tests designed around those standards...

The Dark Specter of Vietnam

NCPA President/CEO Allen West draws parallels between the Vietnam War and current U.S. military operations in the Middle East, pointing out recurring policy flaws...

myRA Program Officially Launched

While the no-fee, Treasury-backed savings plans may sound like a good idea, NCPA research finds that the limited investment structure of myRAs makes them virtually useless as a retirement savings vehicle...

Dallas City Cable TV Goes HD

Dallas City Cable TV has switched over to HD, and now levies a 1% tax on FIOS and U-Verse customers...

Hillary Clinton Profits From Big Pharma, Big Insurance

The Clinton family business has profited well from the pharmaceutical and health insurance industries, writes NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham...


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