Newsmax: NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham discusses the eight biggest myths surrounding ObamaCare on Newsmax’s America’s Forum.
Dallas Business Journal: India’s corporate governance is weak but improving, says NCPA Interim President and CEO Dennis McCuistion in a Dallas Business Journal op-ed.
CNS News: NCPA Senior Fellow John Graham exposes the eight most pervasive myths about ObamaCare in a CNSnews.com article.
Newsmax: Some women may be using disability as a “bridge to retirement,” says NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal in a Newsmax article.
Four years after its passage, Obamacare has now been largely implemented, and millions have had their coverage disrupted. For years, the administration has propagated a number of myths about Obamacare. Some have already crumbled, and others will fall as Obamacare continues to change the American health system.
NCPA Economic Policy Forum & Author Series with Bob Buford Cable-TV Pioneer, Social Entrepreneur, Author, and Venture Philanthropist WHEN: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Luncheon 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM WHERE: Belo Mansion Vinson & Elkins …
The Wall Street Journal: This will be the last of my columns for this publication, so I thought it fitting to note the views that have most influenced these writings. Foremost is my appreciation of America’s character and strength and my opinion that the only earthly thing that can stop this great country is a national failure of will or a continual series of misguided political decisions.
FOX Business: The funds needed to cover the increase in Medicaid enrollment will either come from an increase in taxes or cuts to educational programs, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a FOX Business article.
FOX News: ObamaCare will cover generic medications, but people who need specialty drugs will end up paying more out of pocket, says NCPA President John Goodman on FOX News’s Special Report with Bret Baier.
Forbes: If competition, incentives, and market prices were introduced into the VA’s healthcare system, veterans would receive better treatment at lower costs, says NCPA Senior Fellow Peter Ferrara in a Forbes commentary.
NCPA: Many states have enacted drug regulations that force health plans to allow unqualified drug providers to administer specialty drug therapies, according to a new report from Devon Herrick, senior fellow at the National Center for Policy Analysis.
Patients benefit enormously from safe and effective drug therapies. Highly advanced specialty drugs and biological agents are increasingly used to treat rare diseases and disorders for which there were no treatments only a few years ago. Advanced drug therapies are very expensive, and often require special handling and extensive patient monitoring.
Forbes: NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer defines “the Ted spread” and what it means for the U.S. economy in a Forbes commentary.
Forbes: The Obama Administration’s stance on global warming is in direct contrast with the interests of the working poor, says NCPA Senior Fellow Peter Ferrara in a Forbes commentary.
FOX Business: Changes in health benefits are playing a big role in people’s decision to retire early, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a piece at FOXBusiness.com.
Psychology Today: Patients are paying more medical bills out of their own pockets, and the main features of ObamaCare are only increasing those costs, says NCPA President John Goodman in a Psychology Today commentary.
Lunch Briefing for MLAs and Resource Staffers China’s Rare Earth Monopoly is a U.S. Vulnerability An element of China’s Grand Strategy has been to make the U.S. dependent on China …
Forbes: The DXY dollar index, the current system used to measure the strength of the dollar is a “mighty poor index” which only takes six currencies into account, according to a Forbes commentary by NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer.
Forbes: Inflation has been low due to the slow growth in the money supply adjusted for velocity, not postponed in spite of bank reserves, says NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer in a Forbes commentary.
American Spectator: As Obama’s final term comes to an end, Republicans should focus on the future, says NCPA Senior Fellow Peter Ferrara in an American Spectator commentary.
Huffington Post: Britain’s latest accidental vasectomy was well publicized, but the number of hospital blunders reported between this year and last year was about the same, according to a National Center for Policy Analysis report featured in a Huffington Post article.
Dallas Morning News: The skills gap created by variance in education is real, says NCPA Distinguished Fellow Bob McTeer in a Dallas Morning News article.
Investor’s Business Daily: The growth of Health Savings Accounts, Health Reimbursement Accounts, and the trend toward higher deductibles are the case of the slowed spending on health care, not ObamaCare, say NCPA President John Goodman and Senior Fellow Peter Ferrara in an Investor’s Business Daily commentary.
Women’s labor force participation rate (LFPR) — the percentage of individuals employed or looking for work — reached an all-time high of 60 percent in 1999, but since then has steadily declined to 57.2 percent in 2012.
The Boston Globe: NCPA President John Goodman advises those touting the success of the Massachusetts health care law to ensure that the good news holds true before celebrating in a Boston Globe article.