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.

February 29, 2012 House GOP Budget Chairman Calls GOP Candidates' Budget-Busting Econommic Plans 'Very Credible' | ThinkProgress
February 29, 2012 Romney's Budget Balancing For Dummies | Hawaii Tribune
February 29, 2012 Republican Tax Plans Would Increase Debt | Freethought Blogs
February 28, 2012 Santorum's Real Weakness Is The Economy | Wall Street Journal
February 28, 2012 It's Worse Than That, Paul | On the Economy
February 27, 2012 GOP Debt Plans Aren't Much Help | Nashua Telegraph
February 27, 2012 A Budget Narrative For Mitt Romney's America | Campaign For America's Future
February 27, 2012 Four Fiscal Phonies | The New York Times
February 27, 2012 Presidential Candidates Must Address Our Debt | The Hill
February 27, 2012 Taxes To Abortion: Where Romney and Santorum Stand | The Fiscal Times
February 26, 2012 Letter: Pay Close Attention To Candidates Proposals | East Valley Tribune
February 26, 2012 Jack Torry: Economic Plans Aren't Realistic | The Columbus Dispatch
February 26, 2012 Editorial: Somebody, Anybody, Cut the Federal Deficit | Chicago Tribune
February 26, 2012 Ron Paul Super PAC Reinforces Candidate's Will To Uphold Promise To Seniors | Digital Journal
February 26, 2012 What Would Happen If Rick Santorum Beats Mitt Romney | Boston Daily
February 26, 2012 GOP Candidates' Policies Would Raise Federal Debt By Whopping Trillions | Business Insider
February 26, 2012 Balancing the Budget Should Be Job one | Nightly Business Report (Video)
February 25, 2012 Editorial: How the GOP Would Expand the Deficit | Washington Post
February 25, 2012 Romney's Budget-Balancing For Dummines | The National Memo
February 24, 2012 Modest Differences Define GOP Rivals | Springfield News-Sun
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