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.


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August 02, 2011 After 15 Years, GOP Revives Balanced Budget Idea | NPR
August 02, 2011 Skepticism Greets Obama Debt-Accord Plan for Bigger Deficit Cuts | Bloomberg
August 02, 2011 Topic A: Who Won and Lost in the Debt Deal? | Washington Post
August 01, 2011 Tax Hikes 'Impossible' Under Debt Deal? Think Again ... | Fox News
August 01, 2011 What Groups Are Saying About The Deal | Talk Radio News Service
August 01, 2011 Even With Deal, Federal Debt to Rise by Trillions | CBS News
August 01, 2011 Debt Ceiling Deal Unlikely to Tackle Taxes | Marketplace
August 01, 2011 Debt Deal Puts Off Hard Choices for Now | US News & World Report
August 01, 2011 How Do You Calculate a Spending Cut? | Marketplace
August 01, 2011 David Wessel: An Agreement Is Struck, but the Deficit Isn't Solved | Wall Street Journal
July 30, 2011 Balanced Budget Amendment Wins Plaudits and Jeers | Associated Press
July 29, 2011 Allen West Says Spending Cuts Are Part of a Debt Ceiling Increase For the First Time in History | PolitiFact
July 29, 2011 Top 6 Washington Budget Gimmicks: Reading Between the Lines | ABC News
July 29, 2011 Bill Frenzel, David Stockman and Arlen Specter: Listen up Washington, We've Been There | CNN
July 29, 2011 Path to a Debt Deal Becoming Clearer, but Someone’s Got to Give | Roll Call
July 29, 2011 Debt Plan Includes Spending-Cut ‘Trigger’ With a Long History of Failure | Bloomberg
July 29, 2011 The Debt Ceiling Crisis And The Failure Of The Establishment | The New Republic
July 29, 2011 Cantor Says Reid Debt Proposal Gives "Blank Check" to Obama | PolitiFact
July 28, 2011 U.S. Rep. Lance Says Government Debt has Grown by $3.4 Trillion During First 29 Months of Obama Administration | PolitiFact
July 27, 2011 Debt-Ceiling Plans Face CBO Fire: Does Either Cut as Much as Promised? | Christian Science Monitor
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