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.

June 15, 2011 Bernanke: Don't Tie Debt Limit to Spending Cuts l Politico
June 14, 2011 Ezra Klein: What a Grand Bargain on Health Care Would Look Like l Washington Post
June 14, 2011 Bernanke, Paul Ryan, and a Murderer's Row of Talking Heads Are Discussing the Debt Ceiling Today l Business Insider
June 14, 2011 Bernanke, Administration, Lawmakers Look at Deficit l
June 13, 2011 Majority of Experts Predict Debt Ceiling Deal l The Fiscal Times
June 13, 2011 Road to Economic Recovery Can Be Long, Rocky l San Francisco Chronicle
June 11, 2011 Editorial: A Somber Anniversary l Las Vegas Sun
June 10, 2011 Women Make Up a Small But Important Part of the 2011 Most Influential People in Finance List l The Grindstone
June 10, 2011 2011 100 Most Influential People in Finance l Treasury & Risk
June 09, 2011 Phil Fretz: Soaking the Rich l Florida Times-Union
June 09, 2011 Deficit Talks Continue On Two Fronts l National Journal
June 08, 2011 Analysis: Weak Economic Data Widens Divide on Deficits l Reuters
June 08, 2011 Jonathan Capehart: Is a Short-Term Default by the US 'stupid'? l Washington Post
June 08, 2011 What Happens When the Debt is Greater than the Economy? We're About to Find Out. l Wealth Wire
June 08, 2011 Derek Thompson: Tim Pawlenty's New Economic Policy Isn't New, and It's Not Really a Policy l The Atlantic
June 08, 2011 Tax Cuts Push Debt to New Milestone l CNN Money
June 08, 2011 Paul Owens: Ax the Tax Cuts l Orlando Sentinel
June 07, 2011 Editorial: Tax Cuts' Cost Reaches Unaffordable Trillions l Scripps Howard News Service
June 07, 2011 The 2012 Federal Budget: What It Means For Jobseekers l Metro Career Centers
June 07, 2011 Bush Tax Cuts: "Celebrating" Ten Years of Fiscal Insanity l News Junkie Post
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