View Full Version : Source Awards: Best Think Tank
12-04-2006, 08:15 PM
Ok, I thought this would be fun. Pick the best sources in each category. I'll nominate the top ones (or at least the most popular). Everyone vote for their favorite! Feel free to justify what it is and why in a message.
Hopefully, this will liven up our boards a bit!
Here, I voted for FPIF. Expansive subject matters with good analysis.
hmmm... almost went with FPIF, had to go with Brookings. especially from an extemper's perspective, their stuff is relevant, well categorized, well focused, and easily accessible.
12-11-2006, 09:13 PM
Really? Brookings? Brookings and Cato are the two think tanks whose interfaces I find baffling. I can never find anything but event info and ridiculously long papers from Brookings. Maybe I'm just not looking in the right places.
Ok, there's something to that. There's nothing more frustrating than thinking you've found an awesome policy paper and discovering its a brief description of a speech someone gave a month ago. That is the brookings/heritage/cato drawback. But I still love 'em!
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