The domestic policies of the Obama administration evince a lack of understanding and experience in how an economy functions and grows. Things are not quite so clear with the administration’s foreign policies, where we see both encouraging and discouraging indications.
Fox News Channel: National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett discusses the implementation of a drone database that accounts for the use of domestic surveillance drones.
Health Day in U.S. News & World Report: Doctors do not favor an expansion of Medicaid progrmas due to the low reimbursement rate from the government, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick.
New Jersey Newsroom: The $12,000 per person that New Jersey spends on Medicaid is the highest of any state, according to a new NCPA study.
This paper reviews the history of unmanned aerial systems development, considers the uses for unmanned aerial systems technology, examines the safety, insurance, security, privacy and regulatory issues associated with integration …
The American Spectator: The Law of the Sea Treaty regulations could force the U.S. into forced deindustrialization, says NCPA Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett and Iain Murray.
Health care spending in three states – Maine, West Virginia and Mississippi – accounts for one out of every five dollars of state GDP. Conversely, Wyoming spends less one in ten, according to a new study by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
The Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) is neither necessary for the U.S. to secure the open ocean’s wealth, nor would it be good for the economy, according to a new report from the National Center for Policy Analysis.
The following is a presentation provided by the research team at the Private Enterprise Research Center at Texas A&M University.
Unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly known as drones, date back to the dawn of modern aviation at Kittyhawk. Modern drones have come about through a combination of technological advancements, including the refinement of propulsion methods, expansion of wireless capabilities, digitization of avionics, wide-band data transmission and the increased capabilities of satellite-based Global Positioning System navigation.
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Energy Biz: Federal subsidies and mandates are the main reason ethanol is still in the marketplace, says NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett.
Health Affairs Blog: A new NCPA study explores how healthcare spending varies widely among different states, says NCPA President John C. Goodman and Senior Fellow Thomas Saving.
Psychology Today: In his latest Psychology Today post, NCPA President John C. Goodman says that “virtually all employers and group insurers have perverse incentives to attract the healthy and avoid the sick.”
The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea — known as UNCLOS or LOST (Law of the Sea Treaty) — recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, but has yet to be ratified by the U.S. Senate. Many objections to the Treaty are based on arguments of national sovereignty. However, there are very sound economic and environmental reasons why the U.S. Senate should continue to reject ratification.
Fox News Channel: National Center for Policy Analysis President John C. Goodman speaks about the repeal of the medical device tax in the Affordable Care Act.
Fox News Channel: National Center for Policy Analysis President John C. Goodman analyzing the effects of the Affordable Care Act since its implementation.
Thank you Chairman Lamborn and Ranking Member Holt for the opportunity to submit testimony for the record on the state of mineral resources in the U.S. My name is Sterling Burnett and I am a Senior Fellow for the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA). NCPA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research organization, established in 1983. Our goal is to develop and promote private, free-market alternatives to government regulation and control, solving problems by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private sector.
Forbes: The Federal Reserve is not printing boatloads of money and predictions of an inflationary break-out are not accurate, says NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer.
USA Today: Taxpayers, patients and hospital budgets would benefit if moderate-income families enroll in private coverage rather than Medicaid, according to a new NCPA Study.
In June 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled as unconstitutional, those provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) denying federal matching funds to states that refuse to extend Medicaid eligibility to 138 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL). As a result, Florida and other states now have the opportunity to compare the costs and benefits of expanding Medicaid eligibility.
Psychology Today: In his latest Psychology Today post, NCPA President John C. Goodman suggests “the federal government should offer people the same tax relief for the purchase of health insurance, regardless of where it is obtained.
CNBC: National Center for Policy Analysis Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer discussing if and when the Federal Reserve will end the Stimulus program.
American Thinker: The Obama administration does not want to admit how much the Affordable Care Act is going to cost, says NCPA President John C. Goodman.
heartlander.org: Commercial insurance is more flexible than Medicaid and offers better access to health care according to Linda Gorman in an article published by the NCPA.