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.

January 26, 2010 Boehner says spending has grown by 67 percent in Obama's first year | Politifact
January 26, 2010 The Annotated State of the Union | PBS Newshour
January 25, 2010 Obama to propose freeze on government spending | Washington Post
January 25, 2010 Under the Gun, Obama Mounts Comeback | The Huffington Post
January 24, 2010 Bipartisan Policy Center Launches Debt Reduction Task Force | News Blaze
January 24, 2010 Sen. Sessions Introduces Amendment to Limit Federal Spending |
January 15, 2010 Conservative Washington Times Impressed by Obama’s Budget Cuts | Opposing Views
January 14, 2010 Obama's Spending Cuts vs Bush's | The Atlantic
January 14, 2010 Panel warns of perils of ballooning debt | The Washington Times
January 14, 2010 Obama wins more spending cuts than Bush | The Washington Times
January 14, 2010 Obama more successful at cutting spending than Bush | The Washington Post
January 13, 2010 Budget Tracker Briefing: No One-Shot Solution for Deficit, Report Says | CQ Budget Tracker
January 12, 2010 Obama backs himself into no-new-taxes corner | MSNBC
January 11, 2010 "Commentary"-Budget Commission | Nightly Business Report
January 11, 2010 A Promise Broken on a budget offset |
January 10, 2010 ‘Fiscal responsibility' overdue | The Post and Courier
January 09, 2010 Yes, Deficit Hawks CAN Have Their Cake and Eat It, Too |
January 09, 2010 Red-Ink Tsunami: Why Old Ideas Can't Fix the New Government Perma-Crisis | e21
January 08, 2010 Becoming Passionate About The Federal Budget Deficit | News Blaze
January 07, 2010 Activists Make the Federal Deficit a Personal Issue |
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