FOX News: NCPA President/CEO Allen West discusses the upcoming Iran Nuclear Deal in a FOX News interview.
The Washington Times: Senator Rand Paul’s “fair and flat” tax plan hits all the right notes: greater simplicity, lower rates and a more competitive system of corporate taxation, say NCPA President/CEO Allen West and Research Associate Jacob Kohlhepp in a Washington Times commentary.
Most Americans did not recognize that the United States had a financial problem until 2007. When people recognized the problem, it was seen as a subprime mortgage issue. In fact, on January 4, 2008, the American Dialect Society voted “subprime” as the word of the year for 2007. Evidence of the impending crisis, however, emerged years earlier.
FOX News: NCPA President/CEO Allen West discusses the manufactured political frenzy in regards to the Confederate flag on FOX News.
Indianapolis Business Journal: Employer-based health benefits have been restored as jobs have started to come back, says NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in an Indianapolis Business Journal article.
Consumer Reports: Though most big health insurers advertise coverage for emergency and urgent care abroad, your policy may only offer the bare minimum, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Consumer Reports article.
The Dallas Morning News: The President/CEO of the NCPA, Allen West, explains how he honors God, family and country daily in an interview with Dallas Morning News’ Biz Beat Blog.
ONE News Now: Despite the Supreme Court’s recent ruling, the Affordable Care Act has lots of flaws that still need to be addressed, cautioned NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a ONE News Now article.
US News & World Report: The Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Care Act has ended efforts to repeal the law through the legal system, but opponents can still reform the law through the political process, said NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in a US News & World Report article.
The U.S. Supreme Court decision in King v. Burwell, the lawsuit which asserts tax credits currently being paid to health insurers in 34 to 37 states that use the federal health insurance exchange (healthcare.gov) are illegal, could require almost seven million people to pay the full premiums for their Obamacare policies. This will cause a crisis, and demand a response, giving Congress the opportunity to remove some of the Affordable Care Act’s most harmful features.
Townhall.com: The response of liberal left progressives to the unconscionable acts of the Charleston shooter have more to do with political posturing than heartfelt care or concern, says NCPA President/CEO Allen West in a Townhall.com commentary.
Forbes: People who pay Obamacare taxes and those who receive them are both suffering, notes NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in a Forbes commentary.
Forbes: Obamacare fools people into thinking their healthcare premiums have gone down by offering health insurers tax credits instead, notes Senior Fellow John R. Graham in a Forbes commentary.
AZ Central: NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham suggested Congress should give the Affordable Care Act subsidies directly to consumers to spend on care and eliminate the additional cost of channeling the money through insurers, in an AZ Central article.
American Thinker: The most certain legacy of the president’s healthcare reform is immense confusion about the numbers of uninsured, says NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in an American Thinker commentary.
Programs in several countries providing conditional cash transfers to low-income individuals and families are focused on improving the education and general well-being of children. The conditions parents must meet range from general health check-ups to school attendance and performance requirements. Though cash transfer programs are popular and successful internationally, particularly in developing countries, Americans have paid very little attention to their potential benefits.
Heartland: “Generic drug prices can only rise when there isn’t enough competition to hold the prices in check,” says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Heartland article.
Huntington Beach News: “The Social Security disability system, which is a portion of the payroll taxes American workers pay into the Social Security system, is in pretty big trouble,” says NCPA Senior Fellow Pam Villarreal in a Huntington Beach News article.
Dear Representatives Flores, Roe and Scott, On behalf of the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), I offer my heartfelt thanks to you and the Republican Study Committee for your …
Dear Dr. Price, On behalf of the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), I extend to you my sincere thanks for your work on the Empowering Patients First Act. Above …
Slate: “STEM already suffers from a major problem with student engagement, and the focus on changing STEM to STEAM would distract from the issue,” says NCPA Research Fellow Lloyd M. Bentsen IV in a Slate article.
Real Clear Policy: The principle that Medicare’s physician payments should be based on the nation’s ability to pay, is one we have jettisoned at our fiscal peril, says NCPA Senior Fellow John R. Graham in a commentary at Real Clear Policy.
The Heartland Institute: American Health Care Reform Act’s plan to provide everyone with a standard deduction for health insurance would be a great improvement over the current system, says NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a Heartland Institute article.