Big Bird Should Leave the Nest

Wall Street Journal: It’s time to end the federal subsidy for public broadcasting. Doing so now would be good for President Obama, Congress and the American taxpayers. And, it would also be beneficial for public broadcasting’s two arms, radio’s NPR and television’s Public Broadcasting Service.

How Entrepreneurs Could Solve Medicare’s Problems

Medicare, the nation’s health care program for seniors, faces growing problems of cost, access and quality.  The solution lies in Medicare reforms that liberate health care providers to innovate, empower patients to control some of the money spent on their health care, and allow workers to save for their retirement health care expenses.

Bad Parents, Poor Kids In his latest commentary, NCPA President John C. Goodman says that bad parenting is to blame for poor school performance in low socioeconomic areas.

Richard McKenzie

Senior Fellow Richard McKenzie is a senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis and a professor emeritus of economics and management in the Merage School of Business at the …

Bartley J. Madden

Senior Fellow After a career in money management and related investment research, that included the founding of Callard Madden & Associates, Bartley J. Madden retired as a Managing Director of Credit …

Obama is at Fault In his most recent commentary, NCPA President John C.
Goodman explains why President Obama is 90% to blame for the recent fiscal
cliff problems.