Education, the Great Equalizer

Townhall: In a Townhall commentary, NCPA Executive Director Allen West explains why education is important, and the positive impact a quality education can have on a child’s ability to rise in America.

Donald Trump On Drugs

Forbes: NCPA Senior Fellow John Graham says the best way to lower prescription drugs prices is not to fight against the companies that research, develop, and manufacture them, as Trump is suggesting, but instead to reduce the regulatory burden of the Food and Drug Administration, in this commentary in Forbes.

Letter to Rep McMorris Rodgers

March 14, 2016 The Honorable Cathy McMorris Rodgers, ChairHouse Republican Conference203 Cannon House Office BuildingWashington, D.C. 20515 Dear Madam Chair, On behalf of the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA), …

Retail Clinics Raise Medical Spending: So What?

The Health Care Blog: New research on the higher costs of retail clinics fails to consider that people are simply willing to spend a little extra for the convenience, says Senior Fellow Devon Herrick in a commentary on The Health Care Blog.

Health Wonk Review: Tales of the Trump

Health Business Blog: NCPA Senior Fellow Devon Herrick’spost on the rundown of GOP candidate Donald Trump’s health proposal, originally seen on our Health Policy Blog, is cited in the latest edition of the Health Wonk Review, hosted at the Health Business Blog.

Ten Percent Of Cancer Drug Spending Is Wasted

Eurasia Review: Senior Fellow John Graham explains the findings of a study that shows a ten percent waste in chemotherapeutic drug doses, what this means for cancer patients, and why FDA regulation is not the answer in this Eurasia Review commentary.

Campaign Attack Ads

FOX Business: NCPA Executive Director Allen West discussed the urgent need for presidential candidates to address critical issues – like national security and the economy – over personal issues on FOX News Channel’s Your World with Neil Cavuto

Young Patriots Essay Contest 2016

We have winners for the 2016 Young Patriots Essay Contest!  Special thanks to Copart, who sponsored the contest this year.  960 students entered and from those the 2016 Winners are: …