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 22, 2012 D'oh! Debt Hawks Fear Most GOP Tax Plans Will Increase Deficit | Talking Points Memo
February 22, 2012 Keen on Slashing the National Debt? Ron Paul is Your Man | Christian Science Monitor
February 22, 2012 Bipartisan Group Pans Tax Plans of (Almost) All GOP Presidential Candidates | State Impact NPR
February 22, 2012 Debt Would Grow Under Most GOP Candidates' Plans, Report Says | LA Times
February 22, 2012 The Real Politicks of the National Debt | ComplianceEX
February 22, 2012 No Real Debt Cuttings at GOP | Right Opposition
February 22, 2012 Budget Watchdog: Most GOP Hopefuls Would Increase Debt | KSDK News
February 22, 2012 Budget Watchdog To Candidates: Back Up Tough Talk | KOSU News
February 22, 2012 The Republican Candidates Are All Talk and No Action When It Comes to Budget Woes | Swinglius Redivius
February 22, 2012 Keen on slashing the national debt? Ron Paul is your man | Christian Science Monitor
February 22, 2012 The Daily Rundown with Chuck Todd (video) | MSNBC
February 21, 2012 Panel Talks Bipartisan Economic Policy | The Harvard Crimson
February 21, 2012 Obama Urges Corporate Tax Cut, Closing Loopholes | Reuters
February 18, 2012 Editorial: There Is No 'Peace Dividend' | Chicago Tribune
February 18, 2012 Payroll Tax Cut Agreement Pushes Nation Closer To Hitting Debt Ceiling | The Hill
February 18, 2012 David Walker Stirs the Pot | Politico
February 16, 2012 Obama's Budget Falls Short in Tackling Big Issues | Democrat and Chronicle
February 16, 2012 US Budget Week: Experts Give Obama's New Budget Mild Praise | MINI News
February 15, 2012 Obama's Budget: Dubious Priorities and Fuzzy Math | The Fiscal Times
February 15, 2012 A Guide to Dueling Claims About the Obama Budget | POTUS News
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