Two hot topics that always generate controversy are taxes and firearms. As the tax season looms ever nearer and as the nation still recovers from the shooting rampage in Tucson, AZ, two special resources highlighted in the January/February issue of The CyberSkeptic's Guide to Internet Research offer valuable information. In Knowing Nonprofits, Susan Fingerman looks at the Tax Foundation, a nonprofit dating from 1937 that provides tax-related information for businesses and individuals. While the organization maybe 70-plus years old, the Tax Foundation created a "modern Web 2.0 site" featuring a Google-powered search box, according to Fingerman. In Net Focus, Nick Tomaiuolo gives the Firearms Research Digest, originating at the Harvard School of Public Health, high marks.
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