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I’m honored to now lead the National Center for Policy Analysis, the perfect place to help defend capitalism

on February 27th, 2016 Leave a Comment

I am honored to have been chosen as President and CEO of the National Center for Policy Analysis. Since 1983, the nonpartisan public policy research organization has developed and promoted free-market alternatives to government regulation and control. We believe that by harnessing the creativity and strength of private enterprise, we can find solutions to our nation’s […]

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How We Can Help Veterans Charities Do More to Help Troops

on March 12th, 2014 Leave a Comment

An information clearinghouse could help veterans connect with organizations that want to help them, and help veterans charities coordinate efforts   Veterans charities have a noble mission, but a lack of coordination is hampering their cause. That’s why I am excited to have been invited to Washington, D.C., on March 27th to participate in a […]

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As Obamacare’s Problems Become Clear, It’s Urgent that the Law Be Modified

on December 17th, 2013 Leave a Comment

  Millions of Americans are losing their existing health insurance plans, losing access to their preferred doctors, and paying more for their health insurance thanks the Affordable Care Act. Even for those Americans who have signed up for coverage now that Healthcare.gov is limping along, it’s unclear that there information has made it to insurers, […]

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Setting the Stage for a Rebirth of American Capitalism

on November 20th, 2013 Leave a Comment

It’s up to business leaders to educate the public about what free trade really means. Capitalism is in pretty rough shape in America. The Great Recession was horrible enough — forcing business owners to scramble and work even harder to keep their businesses open — but the aftermath of the recession has been appalling. The […]

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As Troops Come Home, Here’s How to Help

on October 8th, 2013 Leave a Comment

Returning troops, and businesses can benefit greatly by hiring veterans Tens of thousands of veterans are coming home from the Middle East, looking for jobs and support. I’m proud to say that the franchise industry is delivering some of the help they need by hiring veterans — aggressively recruiting them for jobs within franchise systems […]

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Business Leaders Needn’t Shy Away from Faith

on September 24th, 2013 Leave a Comment

When I first wrote Focus on Failure, I did not include a chapter about faith. It was an omission I regretted, and one that I was glad to rectify when the second edition of the book was published. Business leaders often don’t talk much about faith, preferring to talk about sales data, market research and […]

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