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U.S. Health Spending Is Not an Economic Burden

Health spending consumes a higher share of output in the United States than in other countries...

Politicians' Plans to Raise Prescription Drug Costs are Creating Headaches for Consumers

Removing drug price ceilings could cause prescription drug costs to skyrocket, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a commentary at Townhall...

The Governing Philosophies that Divide America

The debate between two visions for America is coming to a head, and voters will soon have to make a hard choice, says NCPA Executive Director Allen West...

Oklahoma Debates Bad Drug Plan Regulations that Would Harm Consumers

State politicians have proposed a hodgepodge of bad regulations. In many of these cases state politicians want consumers to pay more (not less); and the beneficiaries of the regulations are often local pharmacies...

Consumer Price Index: Most Medical Price Hikes Stall

Medical price inflation matched changes in other prices charged to consumers in March with a slight uptick of 0.1 percent...

Producer Price Index: Pharmaceutical Prices Up Amid Deflation

Deflation in the Producer Price Index (PPI) continued last month but prices of pharmaceutical preparations increased 0.4 percent...

Brain-Dead Discussion of Teacher Supply Issues

Amazingly, there is serious discussion of making teaching more attractive without making that job more doable...

Is the U.S. Military Falling Apart?

Planes are falling apart and those that maintain them have reached a point of exhaustion. We can be done?...

Will Dodd-Frank Implode? Let's Hope So

Five years after the enactment of Dodd-Frank, one firm finally challenged the broad and vague scope of powers given to the Financial Stability Oversight Committee...

Common Core-Aligned SAT Faces Free Market Competition

The College Board is riding on a cash cow gravy train in this testing frenzy that permeates American public education. However, it may soon have a free market competitor to its tainted Common Core-aligned SAT...


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