Tax Foundation Among 20 Organizations to Follow on Twitter, and the Best of the Blogosphere
November 24, 2008
Duane Lester, lead writer for All American Blogger, gives readers a primer on Twitter and lists 200 “people” to follow. Among the 20 organizations in his recommendations is the Tax Foundation. Lester explains that Twitter is a great way to build online communities, to get breaking news and to receive posts that you would otherwise miss.
You can follow the Tax Foundation at http://twitter.com/taxfoundation.
As for the rest of the blogosphere …
- Tina Hemond, author of the Massachusetts Conservative Feminist blog, gives mention to a March 2008 report comparing combined federal-state corporate tax rates of all 50 states to the rest of the world in a post on flim tax credits.
- DontReadOnMe of RedState features Tax Freedom Day on his post, describing it as “the best way to view taxes and their effect on the taxpayer.”
- H. Bruce Miller posts about Oregon’s looming budget crisis in “The Wandering Eye” blog of The Source Weekly (Bend, Oregon) and mentions previous coverage of the state’s 9th place position in the 2009 State Business Tax Climate Index.
- Jason Springer of Blue Jersey writes about NJ Transit’s troubles since AIG’s collapse and refers to Tax Foundation Tax Counsel Joseph Henchman’s work on the SILO issue.
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