Understanding Job Statistics

Employment dropped dramatically in 2008 and 2009. The economic recovery (in gross domestic product) began in June 2009, but it has been an unusually slow recovery, with job growth even slower. As a result, jobs are the biggest issue facing the economy and policymakers.

Hello, Europe

The Wall Street Journal: With the re-election of President Obama the American people have moved in a liberal direction, says NCPA board member Pete du Pont.

Hello, Europe

The Wall Street Journal: People of all income levels feel the impact of economic weakness. The number of people receiving food stamps has increased by 15 million, or almost 50%, in the past four years.

Mallory Factor

NCPA Economic Policy Forum & Author Series with Mallory Factor Author of New York Times Bestseller Shadowbosses; How Government Employee Unions Control America and Rob Taxpayers Blind   WHEN:        Wednesday, November …

Did the Election Save ObamaCare?

In his latest Townhall.com commentary, NCPA President John C. Goodman outlines six major problems that must be addressed before the Affordable Care Act can be successfully implemented.