The Tax Foundation provides analyses of tax policy to the American public, including levels of taxation by state and locality and the shape of redistribution of federal taxation among the states (”D.C. Gets $6.44 for Every $1 in Taxes; New Mexico Gets $2.37, New Jersey Only 62 Cents”). Revenuewatch.org “aims to generate and publicize research, information, and advocacy on how revenues” from natural resource sales “are being invested and disbursed and how governments and extraction companies respond to civic demands for accountability.” A Crash Course in Dubyanomics with Robert Barro and Paul Krugman. The impact of the Bush tax cuts considered at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. “Income Inequality in the United States, 1913-1998,” by Thomas Picketty and Emmanuel Saez (2001). The U.S. Treasury Departnment’s The Debt to the Penny and Who Holds It page. Everbank, an online bank with accounts in sixteen currencies.