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.

July 17, 2014 INSIDE WASHINGTON: Bogus cash pays for roads | Houston Chronicle
July 16, 2014 Commentary: Nation Needs To Stabilize Debt | Times Record Online
July 16, 2014 The CBO Finds Medicare Looking a Little Healthier, Social Security Looking a Little Worse, and the Overall Budget a Mess | National Review Online
July 16, 2014 Republicans, Democrats embrace budget gimmick | WSMV-TV Nashville
July 16, 2014 Congress Pulls A Smooth Maneuver To Make Highway Payments | KQED
July 15, 2014 White House trims 2014 deficit projection to $583 billion | Reuters
July 15, 2014 How to Keep the Highway Trust Fund in Motion | The Chicago Tribune
July 15, 2014 Lawmakers seek lower price for bill on vets' care | Federal News Radio
July 15, 2014 Commentary: Could Your Budget Get Nation Back On Track? | NWA Online
July 10, 2014 South Dakota could stop new construction if deal to save Highway Trust Fund fails | Argus Leader
July 10, 2014 Other Opinion: Keep ‘piggies’ at bay; continue ban on congressional earmarks | GO LACKAWANNA
July 10, 2014 Highway bill gridlock may add to road woes in Fla. | The Tallahassee Democrat
July 10, 2014 $3.7 billion for border crisis: Should GOP insist on spending 'offsets'? | The Christian Science Monitor
July 09, 2014 Highway funding stalled in Congress |
July 03, 2014 Your commute could get even worse | CNN Money
July 02, 2014 This Washington gridlock may cause gridlock on your commute | Cincinnati Enquirer
July 01, 2014 Dudley Hafner: Don’t Wait to Reform Social Security | The New Mexican Print Edition
July 01, 2014 Post Office Reform Is Real - And It's From Darrell Issa |
June 30, 2014 Think you know fiscal policy? Online budget game lets players try | The Christian Science Monitor
June 25, 2014 Budgeters: Rein in Hwy Spending Budgeters: Rein in Hwy Spending | Go by Truck News
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