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.

July 16, 2012 Phil Bredesen Helping To Lead New National "Fix the Debt" Effort | The Tennessean
July 16, 2012 Dave Cote Financial Times Editorial Calls for More Conversation on U.S. Debt | Honeywell Now
July 14, 2012 Skimping on Budget Specifics | New York Times
July 14, 2012 Voters Must See Candidate Plans for Avoiding Fiscal Cliff | Bloomberg
July 12, 2012 Obama, Romney Short on Specifics for Viters | Fox News
July 12, 2012 US Budget Watch: Democrats, GOP Intensify Tax Cut Skirmishing | Deutsche Borse Group
July 11, 2012 How US Can Avert Fiscal Cliff: 'We've Got Some Hope' | CNBC
July 11, 2012 Sorry, Voters: Neither Obama nor Romney Will Deliver Jobs Quickly | The Atlantic
July 11, 2012 CNBC Transcript: Warren Buffet, Alan Simpson, & Erskine Bowles on Fixing the Debt Problem | CNBC
July 11, 2012 Erskine Bowles: 'We Are Going Over the Fiscal Cliff' |
July 10, 2012 Senate Rivals' Ideas Differ On Cutting US Deficit | Boston Globe
July 10, 2012 Can We Avert The "Fiscal Cliff"? | Conover Consulting
July 10, 2012 SHOCKER: Elizabeth Warren Would Actually Do More To Reduce The Debt Than Scott Brown | Business Insider
July 09, 2012 The Real National Security Threat: America's Debt | Brookings
July 08, 2012 U.S. Debt the Real National Security Threat | South Bend Tribune
July 08, 2012 Fiscal Zombie Apocalypse in Washington? Obama and Congress on Taxes | Christian Science Monitor
July 04, 2012 Connie Mack IV says cutting one penny out of every federal dollar would quickly balance the budget | Tampa Bay Times
July 04, 2012 The Real National Security Threat: America's Debt | The Sacramento Bee
July 03, 2012 Countdown to Taxmageddon | The Week
July 03, 2012 Growing Up Under a Foreboding Budget Cloud: The Forecaset for Government Spending on Children | Children's Mental Health Network
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