Fox Business: Senior Fellow Devon Herrick comments on the difficulties for insurance companies of underwriting small groups of people.
Fox Business: Senior Fellow Devon Herrick comments on some of the broken ObamaCare promises.
Fox Business: Could we replace our current tax system with only two taxes? Yes, say Senior Fellow Larry Kotlikoff and NCPA President John Goodman.
One News Now: NCPA Senior Fellow Larry Kotlikoff gave the keynote address at a Capitol Hill rally promoting the INFORM Act.
The Sean Hannity Show: NCPA President John Goodman discusses Health Savings Accounts and the problems with a single payer system on The Sean Hannity Show.
The Heartland Institute: As the ObamaCare website continues to have problems, concerns about potential fraud and breaches of privacy have begun to develop.
WND: Young people are not buying health insurance, a fact that is consistent with an NCPA study finding that young Americans will save money by avoiding the ObamaCare exchanges.
The Mark Levin Show: NCPA President John Goodman joins Mark Levin to discuss pre-existing conditions and the health insurance market.
Jim Blasingame: What kind of Fed Chairman will Janet Yellen be? NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame on the radio to discuss.
Forbes: Senior Fellow Bill Conerly comments on the Federal Reserve’s bond-buying and what we should expect the Fed to do in the future.
Investor’s Business Daily: NCPA Senior Fellow Laurence Kotlikoff estimates the US fiscal gap to be $222 trillion, and with Janet Yellen as Fed Chairman, that number is likely to rise.
Jim Blasingame: Bob McTeer, Distinguished Fellow at the NCPA, explains what is happening with the Federal Reserve’s current monetary policy.
Wall Street Journal: NCPA’s Pete Du Pont explores the possibility of a 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential run.
SNL: NCPA senior fellow Sterling Burnett details the enormous role that shale reserves and natural gas will play in the future in a feature story on his latest research.
Psychology Today: NCPA President John Goodman explains how a fixed-sum refundable tax credit could work in the health insurance market.
Breitbart: Patients waste an enormous amount of money by overpaying for health care, says NCPA President John Goodman.
Energy In Depth: NCPA Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett’s issue brief on fracking highlights the potential for the US to become energy independent, as well as the problems created by federal regulations.
Associated Press: NCPA President John Goodman and Senior Fellow Devon Herrick comment on “shopping” for health care and the large amount of money that is wasted by patients overpaying for care.
Fox Business: Devon Herrick, senior fellow at the NCPA, discusses the possible delay of the individual mandate.
Kiplinger: Devon Herrick, senior fellow at the NCPA, comments on catastrophic coverage options for young adults.
Washington Post: Total unfunded liabilities in the United States are at $84 trillion, according to a National Center for Policy Analysis study.
Mainstreet.com: Senior Fellow Devon Herrick explains why the Obama Administration is concerned that young Americans will not sign up for health insurance.
The Disease Management Care Blog: NCPA President John Goodman’s health care blog is featured in Jaan Sidorov’s Health Wonk Review, highlighting Dr. Goodman’s predictions of the “death spirals” that could hit the insurance industry.
NCPA: Fracking is currently responsible for more than 30 percent of U.S. domestic oil and natural gas reserves, and the National Petroleum Council estimates that 60 to 80 percent of all U.S. drilling over the next decade will require fracking.
Crude oil prices are hovering around $100 per barrel, and the United States is producing oil at a rate not seen since the Alaska pipeline began flowing in the 1970s. At the same time, the growth of natural gas reserves is unprecedented. Just a few short years ago, many analysts argued that oil was nearly tapped out, and that America needed to plan for a post-petroleum future. Now, however, natural gas has taken the stage.