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.

August 06, 2012 All-Star Deficit-Busters in Boise Aug. 20 to Talk Balanced Solutions | Idaho Statesman
August 05, 2012 Pumping the Brakes | New America Foundation
August 04, 2012 Economic Pessimism is Pervasive | Worcester Telegram & Gazette
August 01, 2012 Shortchanging and Failing Our Nation's Children and Our future | Huffington Post
August 01, 2012 Political Perceptions: Stepping Up to the Cliff | Wall Street Journal
August 01, 2012 Sandy Adams Says John Mica Voted for $10 Trillion in Debt | Politifact
July 31, 2012 What is the Fiscal Cliff? | Council on Foreign Relations
July 31, 2012 Deficit Hawks: Now's Not the Time for Austerity | CNN Money
July 31, 2012 US Campaign to Fix the Debt -- Can it Succeed Against the Election Campaigns? | Aussie Views News
July 31, 2012 The Cliff is Still Coming | New America Foundation
July 31, 2012 Letter to the Editor: Pass Bowles-Simpson Plan for Sake of Nation's Survival | Quad Cities Online
July 30, 2012 Behind the Economic Pessimism | Dayton Beach News Journal
July 30, 2012 White House Numbers on GDP Growth Optimistic Even by White House Standards | International Business Times
July 29, 2012 Georgia Senator Takes 2nd Crack at Debt Solution | Atlanta Journal-Constitution
July 29, 2012 Medicare Pay: Budget Sequester Adds to Annual Payment Rate Woes| American Medical Association News
July 29, 2012 Uncle Sam's $12 Trillion Miscalculation | New Haven Register
July 28, 2012 After the Economic Crisis, a Loss of Faith and a Lingering Fear | The Oregonian
July 27, 2012 UPDATE 3-White House Lowers Growth Forecasts, Brightens Jobs Picture | Reuters
July 26, 2012 Red Ink: Inside the High-Stakes Politics of the Federal Budget | New America Foundation
July 25, 2012 More Than Military at Risk Without Compromise | Columbia Daily Herald
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