The British government has enlisted the support of former Vice President Al Gore and has dispatched the author of a report warning of worldwide recession to the U.S. in an attempt to win American support for cutting carbon emissions to prevent global climate change.
Rapidly growing federal benefits for seniors are so generous they will soon provide recipients with a higher standard of living during retirement than they had when they were working, according to a new study from the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
Without changes, Social Security and Medicare will grow relative to the earnings and compensation of the workers who fund the programs. Further, the rate at which these entitlement benefits replace preretirement earnings of successive cohorts of retirees will rise. By the time today's teenagers retire, net Medicare and Social Security benefits will rival their average preretirement price-indexed wages.
The U.S. Supreme Court missed a golden opportunity to give landowners, federal regulators and the states clear guidance about which wetlands are under federal control and what actions can be taken to protect and/or develop them.
The U.S. Supreme Court missed a recent opportunity to give landowners, federal regulators and the states clear guidance about which wetlands are under federal control and what actions can be taken to protect and/or develop them.
While the political establishment is focused on electing a new Congress, a little-known advisory board is set to fundamentally alter next year's political dialogue, according to Matt Moore, a senior policy analyst with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
When use of the computer is ubiquitous among other professionals (accountants, lawyers, architects, etc.) why do so few doctors maintain their patient records that way?
To control health care costs, someone must choose between health care and other uses of money. The value of most health care is experienced subjectively, as is the value of other goods and services.
Two weeks from tonight America is going to be different–first politically and then substantively–for Democrats will likely take control of the House, and move public policy in very liberal directions.
Oct. 19–The federal government's release of its monthly consumer price index isn't something folks normally pay much notice. But Wednesday morning's announcement finalized the increase that 53 million Americans will …
According to Matt Moore, an expert with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), the new kid on the block faces a life of higher taxes than any American before him and a mounting financial burden.
Sen. James Inhofe, Oklahoma Republican, has been taking a lot of heat lately for his skeptical stance on global warming. He's been called a "social dinosaur" for his failure to …
Many public health advocates are urging states to increase their spending on Medicaid, noting that average state revenue grew faster than spending on Medicaid.
This summer, the Senate fell short of the super-majority needed to bring to a vote a measure permanently repealing the estate tax.
KIKI, A SINGLE MOTHER OF TWO and a legal secretary, had just moved from New York to a small town in Pennsylvania, where the cost of living was much lower. …