U.S. Budget Watch is a historical project of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, which provided analysis around the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns. This site is not regularly updated.


The items below reflect recent articles that quote or feature CRFB staff and board members.

October 04, 2012 Mitt Romney's Trillion Dollar Tax Cut Nobody Talks About | The Atlantic
October 04, 2012 Both Candidates Left Out Context in First Debate | Boston Globe
October 04, 2012 Obama Says He Will Cut Deficits By $4 Trillion | PolitiFact
October 04, 2012 Obama's Supposed 'Balanced Approach' To Debt Reduction Is Actually 88% Tax Hikes | AEI
October 04, 2012 Aggressive Romney Spars with Obama in First Debate | Center for Public Integrity
October 04, 2012 Obama's $4 Trillion Lie Exposed by His Own budget | Investor's Business Daily
October 04, 2012 Is Mitt Romney's 'Smaller Government' Target Realistic? | Christian Science Monitor
October 04, 2012 An Opportunity to Clarify Positions on National Security | National Security Network
October 04, 2012 Budget Backed by Democrat Tammy Baldwin Spent Trillions More Than Obama, Republican Tommy Thompson Says | Politifact
October 04, 2012 Rating Wednesday Night's Debate Whoppers | Mother Jones
October 04, 2012 12 Obama Debate Lies And Counting... |
October 04, 2012 The First Presidential Debate of 2012 | The Swash
October 04, 2012 List of Obama 'Dirty Dozen' Lies from Debate #1 (According to the Liberal Media!) | Before It's News
October 03, 2012 A Dream Debate | Chicago Tribune
October 03, 2012 First Priority Should Be Fixing The Debt | Richmond Register
October 03, 2012 Debt is No. 1 Issue in US |
October 03, 2012 Chris Christie Claims Barack Obama Has Not Outlined His Plan to Reduce the Federal Deficit by $4 Trillion | PolitiFact
October 03, 2012 Obama Campaign: President's Deficit Plan is Balanced | Ashville Citizen-Times
October 03, 2012 Fiscal-Cliff Agreement Won't End Risk, Roubini Says | Bloomberg
October 03, 2012 CRFB Corporate Tax Reform Paper Discusses Tax Expenditure Elimination Options | National Council of State Housing Agencies
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