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Eight Thousand Non-Health Jobs Lost In May

The true scope of last week's miserable jobs report was disguised by the headline figure of 38,000 jobs gained. In fact, health services added 46,000 jobs while civilian non-health, non-farm employment dropped eight thousand. The warping of our economy towards the government-controlled health sector has crossed a tipping point.

Principles of Financial Opportunity Reforms

Representative Jeb Hensarling introduced a pro-growth, pro-consumer strategy to replace the erroneous Dodd-Frank Act. Principles of Financial Opportunity reforms aim to do away with Too Big to Fail, simplify the complex regulatory system and shrink government’s presence in the marketplace in order to increase transparency and competition and further financial independence for American citizens. Hensarling’s plan to repeal and replace Dodd-Frank will foster a system that favors free-market solutions over government regulation. Hensarling delivered these remarks at the National Center for Policy Analysis Financial Crisis Summit on May 12, 2016 on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.

Pharmacists Group Pushing for Expanded ‘Preferred’ Medicare Networks

Preferred networks are at the root of how benefits managers have lowered drug costs for Medicare recipients, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in an article from Arizona Business Daily...

How to Pay for Medicare

Rising numbers of retirees and excess cost growth have made it imperative that we chance how the Medicare is financed – or the cost burden will crush taxpayers, according to a new study by NCPA Senior Fellows Andrew J. Rettenmaier and Thomas R. Saving...

Billions of Dollars Later, Veterans Health Administration Still Failing

Reacting to scandal, Congress bailed out the Veterans Health Administration, camouflaged as a method of allowing veterans more choice of healthcare providers, outside the government bureaucracy...

Will You Ever Understand Your Hospital Bill?

A new crop of entrepreneurs and the federal government is trying to solve the problem of the medical billing process...

Obama's Very Bad Overtime Rule

New overtime rules will not do much to benefit the middle class, as the Obama administration claims...

How to Raise Wages

Slow wage growth and GDP growth don't have to be the new normal...

Do We Have to Work for Nuns to Avoid Obamacare's Mandates?

The Little Sisters of the Poor have been winning their litigation against Obamacare's mandate to cover artificial contraception...

Workers Increasingly Prefer Pay to "Benefits"

New research indicates workers are tiring of receiving an increasing share of their income as health benefits...


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