May 5, 2014

Every year, Congress is sent thousands of reports from various federal agencies. But they go largely unread by lawmakers. Instead, lawmakers turn to sources they trust, former Rep. Cliff Stearns (R-FL) tells the Washington Post:

“If you’re a Republican, you go to the Heritage Foundation, you go to the American Enterprise Institute,” Stearns said. “. . . You almost take the opinion that the outside groups are going to monitor these better than you and your staff can do.”

Where do you go for the facts on policy debates?

Comments (2)

allen hyman - May 7, 2014

What is the most recent position paper of the Heritage Foundation on Climate problems and so called global warming

Holly Chapo - May 8, 2014

Obviously, The Heritage Foundation. The American Enterprise Institute. Special reports on FOX cable. Mark Levin on ABC radio. And a variety of conservative blogs and websites.

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