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.

March 04, 2011 Deficit Hawks, Debt Panel Heads Work to Keep Focus on Long-Term Solutions | The Hill
March 02, 2011 GAO: Duplication, Waste Cost Taxpayers | NPR
March 01, 2011 As Senate Passes 2-week Funding Bill, Obama Calls for Talks | McClatcy Newspapers
March 01, 2011 GOP Budget Bill: Job Creator, Economy Killer? | NPR
February 28, 2011 A New Budget Without Truth or Courage - It's Time to Speak to a Larger Audience | Huffington Post
February 28, 2011 Can Seven Reports Be Wrong About the Risks of Spending Cuts? GOP Says Yes | Politics Daily
February 28, 2011 Could Americans Feel Impact of Shutdown in Their Pocketbooks? | ABC News
February 28, 2011 Spending Cuts Aren't Enough. It's Time to Fix the Budget. | CNN Money
February 27, 2011 No Labels to seek budget solution with Tea Party, Move On |
February 25, 2011 Congressman Offers Students Math Lesson on Federal Spending | Politifact
February 23, 2011 Recipe for How Not to Resolve the Budget Crisis | PBS Nightly Business Report
February 23, 2011 The Crisis Approaches, but First a Recess |
February 22, 2011 Why the Budget Deficit is so Hard for Congress to Shrink | Christian Science Monitor
February 19, 2011 Topic A: Will Obama and Republicans Reach a Budget Deal? | Washington Post
February 18, 2011 House Cuts Face Hurdle In Senate | NPR
February 17, 2011 David Brooks: Tomorrow Never Comes | New York Times
February 17, 2011 Entitlement Evolution Poses Threat to America's Finances | Fox News
February 17, 2011 What Would Happen If Obama's Growth Assumptions Prove Rosy? | National Journal
February 17, 2011 The $100 Billion Dollar Cave | National Journal
February 17, 2011 US Budget Recap: Obama Tip-Toes Out of Starting Blocks W/ FY12 Plan | iMarketNews
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