NCPA: Daily Policy Digest 2-1-2010

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National Center for Policy Analysis

Daily Policy Digest

Monday, February 1, 2010

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Social Security Issues

WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING TO SAVE SOCIAL SECURITY

There are several things we can do to save Social Security, says author David Walker, President and CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation and former comptroller general of the United States...

RANDOM HOUSE

Federal Spending & Budget Issues

TOO BIG TO FAIL? DON'T COUNT ON IT, SAYS DAVID WALKER

We need a fiscal commission that recommends budget controls, reforms in Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, our tax system and various other changes, says David Walker, author of "Comeback America"...

DALLAS MORNING NEWS

Economic Issues

IF JOBS ARE JOB ONE: FIRST, DO NO HARM

If President Obama really wants to spur job creation, he must start making promises about what the government will not do, says Josh Barro, a Senior Fellow with the Manhattan Institute...

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY

Economic Issues

A DARK SECRET ABOUT CREATING JOBS IN AMERICA

If Obama wants to create jobs, he should start by passing policies that encourage the millions of potential American entrepreneurs to take the plunge and their potential investors to fund them, says James Sherk, the Bradley Fellow in Labor Policy at the Heritage Foundation...

HERITAGE FOUNDATION

State and Local Issues

WASHINGTON BUSINESSES MORE HIGHLY TAXED THAN OREGON FIRMS

Firm location studies show that taxes matter in location decisions when other factors are equal...

WASHINGTON ALLIANCE FOR A COMPETIVE ECONOMY

Privatization Issues

NEW ZEALAND ROLLED BACK GOVERNMENT AND REBUILT ECONOMY

New Zealand's experience illustrates that fundamental reform, rethinking and shrinking of government should be welcomed, not feared, says Byron Schlomach, director of the Goldwater Institute's Center for Economic Prosperity...

GOLDWATER INSTITUTE

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