Daily Policy Digest
|San Antonio Stadium Subsidy Could Leave Taxpayers Holding the Ball
San Antonio's decision to use taxpayer funds to buy a soccer stadium could put taxpayers on the hook for decades, warns NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal in a Heartland article...
|Increasing Medicaid Dependency Does Not Reduce "Uncompensated" Care
Ohio governor John Kasich is one of only three Republican governors who took federal Obamacare money to increase Medicaid dependency...
|Security Gaps at Grand Prairie Military Base
On WFAA (ABC), Allen West weighs in on the inappropriate level of security we provide for our servicemen here on American soil and why we owe them more...
|Obamacare Exacerbates the Tragedy of the Healthcare Commons: We Can do Better
In this Townhall commentary, NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick says the reason the healthcare industry cost/benefit ratio is so poor is because the funds being spent are other people's money (OPM)...
|Supreme Court Ruling Temporarily Helps Coal Industry
The Supreme Courts' recent ruling temporarily holds off increased regulations on the coal industry...
|Believe it or Not, the Republican Obamacare Replacement Plan Might Come Together
One of proposed Republican reforms for Obamacare will almost certainly be refundable tax credits to finance health care for those who do not have employer-based benefits
|Please Depersonalize School System Failure
One major barrier to transformational school system change is the widespread tendency to personalize school system failure...
|The Benefits of Intellectual Property Protection
New research published by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) illustrates the benefits of legal protection of intellectual property...
|Today in STEM: International Day of Women and Girls in Science
February 11th is now celebrated as the United Nations' International Day of Women and Girls in Science...
|Obamacare and the Tragedy of the Healthcare Commons
Obamacare increases the Tragedy of the Healthcare Commons through regulations designed to increase cross-subsidies rather than empower individuals to better manage their own medical needs...