The Sean Hannity Show: ObamaCare’s perverse incentives are leading to perverse outcomes, said NCPA President John Goodman in an interview with Sean Hannity on the impending ObamaCare deadline.
NBC News: NCPA Senior Fellow John Graham says that allowing people to start, but not finish, enrolling in ObamaCare to avoid the deadline will decrease the urgency and is a “bad idea” on NBC News.
FOX News: NCPA President John Goodman outlines the problems with ObamaCare, including the impossible mandate, unworkable subsidies, and perverse incentives within the exchanges, on FOX and Friends.
Last year, the U.S. Senate passed the Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA), allowing states to require online retailers to collect and remit sales taxes for each buyer’s state. Though the House of Representatives is unlikely to pass the bill anytime soon, the issue will likely come up again. Under the Senate bill, online retailers could collect an estimated $22 billion to $24 billion in sales tax that now goes uncollected.1
The Blaze: NCPA Senior Fellow John Graham discusses ObamaCare problems and alternatives on The Blaze.
The Wall Street Journal: As public attention turns to the midterm elections,NCPA former Board Chairman Pete Du Pontoutlines the Left’s attacks on education, the rule of law, and the Republican Party.
Health Wonk Review: NCPA President John Goodman’s suggestions to fix the Affordable Care Act were highlighted in the latest Health Wonk Review hosted at the Health Affairs Blog.
Watchdog.org: Banning plastic bags in Dallas could cause shoppers to take their business outside the city, says NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal in a Watchdog.org article.
FOXBusiness.com: The latest extension undermines the urgency of having an enrollment period, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a FOXBusiness.com article.
Newsmax TV: The administration continues to push back deadlines for ObamaCare’s implementation, but should instead embrace reforms to simplify the system, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick on Newsmax TV’s America’s Forum.
American Thinker: NCPA President John Goodman’s recent Wall Street Journal commentarywas praised in a post at American Thinker.
Investor’s Business Daily: NCPA Senior Fellow Peter Ferrara’s analysis of the Obama-Pelosi economic “recovery” was highlighted in an Investor’s Business Daily editorial.
Newsmax TV: NCPA Senior Fellow Tom Saving discussed his latest report on proposed Medicare reforms on Newsmax TV.
Newsmax: The Republican alternative to ObamaCare should focus on increasing choice, says NCPA President John Goodman in a Newsmax article. Goodman suggests an annual tax credit of $2,500 per adult and $1,500 per child as long as individuals purchase credible private health insurance.
Investor’s Business Daily: The corporate income tax ultimately hurts workers, not companies, says NCPA Senior Fellow Laurence Kotlikoff in a commentary featured in Investor’s Business Daily.
Earth’s climate has changed many times throughout its history. During the last century and a half, average temperatures have risen modestly, though the warming trend has stalled for the past 16 years. Contrary to popular belief, climate change thus far has had positive effects, and the net benefits of warming are likely to be positive for the foreseeable future.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) makes dramatic changes to the Medicare program in coming years. The provisions affecting Medicare are intended to slow the program’s spending. Lower future Medicare expenditures allows for higher federal spending on Medicaid and new spending on subsidies for individuals who purchase health insurance through the new insurance exchanges.
Wall Street Journal Live: NCPA PresidentJohn Goodman explains the GOP alternative to ObamaCare includes choice, fairness, simplicity and pro-jobs elements in his video interview on The Wall Street Journal Live.
FOXBusiness.com: If people haven’t paid, they aren’t actually insured in the health care exchange, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a FOXBusiness.com article. The administration continues to count unpaid premium statistics.
Dallas Morning News: The NCPA study on plastic bag bans was cited in a Dallas Morning News op-ed. The study found that banning plastic bags cost more than it saved.
Chairman Harkin and members of the Committee, I am David R. Henderson, Research Fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA). The NCPA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research organization dedicated to developing and promoting private alternatives to government regulation and control, solving problems by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private sector. I welcome the opportunity to share my views and research findings on proposals to raise the minimum wage.
Deseret News: Close to 42,000 students enrolled at 8 online colleges who received no class credit received an average of over $5,000 in loans, said the NCPA in a Deseret News article.
Psychology Today: Limiting the tax exclusion was the most powerful level the president had to control the costs of private insurance and President Obama showed leadership in endorsing the new policy, says NCPA President John Goodman in a Psychology Today commentary.
National Review Online: NCPA President John C Goodman’s free market alternative to ObamaCare is featured in the latest issue of National Review. Goodman’s proposed reforms include a universal tax credit for health insurance, a safety contribution for every unclaimed credit, more flexible Health Savings Accounts, and a new type of insurance to better protect those with pre-existing conditions.
Yahoo! Finance: Ditch your mortgage and credit card debt before retirement, says a U.S. News and World Report article at Yahoo! Finance, citing NCPA reports.