NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 10-22-2009

National Center for Policy Analysis

National Center for Policy Analysis

Daily Policy Digest

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Privatization Issues

ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO SUBSIDIZE

The best strategy to strengthen the press would be to maximize protection of the right to private property -- and the right to competition, says Seth Lipsky, a member of the adjunct faculty at the Columbia Journalism School...

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY/WALL STREET JOURNAL

Health Issues

TO CUT YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE COSTS, MOVE

We have 50 different health care systems that result in sharply different rates across the country, says Steven Malanga, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute...

REALCLEARMARKETS

Regulatory Issues

BEWARE WELL-INTENTIONED REGULATIONS

The greatest threat to modernization of consumer credit has been the heavy hand of government regulation, says Todd Zywicki, a professor at George Mason University School Of Law...

THE FREEMAN

Health Issues

WHAT SINGAPORE CAN TEACH THE WHITE HOUSE

Singapore's health care system is first class, cheap and market driven; in this island-nation, the key to success is competition and choice, says William McGurn, a Vice President at the News Corporation who writes speeches for CEO Rupert Murdoch...

WALL STREET JOURNAL

Education Issues

END THE SPECIAL-ED RACKET

Vouchers can reduce false diagnosis of learning disabilities while helping both the truly disabled and the misdiagnosed, say researchers Marcus A. Winters and Jay P. Greene...

MANHATTAN INSTITUTE/NATIONAL REVIEW

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