Oct 24, 2010

NCPA Distinguished Fellow Robert McTeer will speak at the 2010 Management Team Conference for the North Carolina Bankers Association.

Medicaid Expansion will Bankrupt the States

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is expected to add up to 16 million more Medicaid enrollees and will significantly expand eligibility for families with incomes up to 133 percent of the federal poverty level. The PPACA requires states to streamline their enrollment process – making it easier for eligible populations to enroll and retain Medicaid coverage.

Oct 22, 2010

NCPA Senior Fellow, H. Sterling Burnett, Ph.D. will speak at a luncheon hosted by the  the Arizona Federalist Society in Phoenix, Arizona.  Dr. Burnett’s topic will be Cap-and-Trade: What it …

The Case for Permanent Expensing

Investment spending has been sluggish in spite of record low interest rates and enormous levels of excess reserves in the banking system. Banks have been criticized for not lending enough, but the real problem is that not enough businesses want to borrow.

Killing Mini-meds May Hike Uninsured Rates

Popular "mini-med" plans that allow employers to offer health plans at a low cost to both employees and the company are facing extinction under the Affordable Care Act, which a new analysis finds may actually increase the number of uninsured workers, affecting as many as two million people

Delaware's Decision – Wall Street Journal

Everyone in this state knew that Rep. Mike Castle was going to be our next U.S. senator. He had served as a state legislator, lieutenant governor (during my second term as governor), governor and nine-term congressman. He was well ahead in the primary and general-election polls. But in the Republican primary on Sept. 14, Christine O'Donnell won by a bit more than 3,500 votes.

Mini-Med Plans

On September 23, 2010, a wide array of provisions from the controversial new Obama health care law went into effect, creating new restrictions on existing health insurance plans and an even bigger set of restrictions on new health plans.

Oct 14, 2010

NCPA Distinguished Fellow Robert McTeer will speak at the 84th annual National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges in New Orleans.

Lewis Resignation After 70 Years At APS Shouldn't Be A Shock

DALLAS – Professor Harold Lewis's resignation from the American Physical Society after 70 years of membership over the organization's participation in the "global warming scam" is just the most recent show of disgust by principled scientists about promotion of pseudo-climate science for personal gain, according to National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett.