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.

April 11, 2016 Left and Right Should Reject Sanders | Chicago Tribune
April 11, 2016 How Realistic Are Candidates' Plans to Fix the Debt? | CNN
April 08, 2016 Sanders' "Great Society" Could Cost $15 Trillion | Real Clear Politics
April 08, 2016 2016: The Reckless vs. The Responsible | The Washington Post
April 08, 2016 Sanders’s ‘Great Society’ Plan Could Add $15 Trillion to the Debt | The Fiscal Times
April 08, 2016 US Election: Could Trump Really Cut the US $19tn Debt in Eight Years? | BBC
April 08, 2016 Donald Trump vs. Bernie Sanders Re: Fiscal Policies | FOX Business
April 08, 2016 Fresh Fixes for Social Security Disability Program May Be Tough | CQ Budget Tracker (Paywall)
April 07, 2016 Analysis: Sanders Would Add Trillions to National Debt | Washington Examiner
April 07, 2016 Report: Sanders's Proposals Would Add Trillions to the Debt | The Hill
April 07, 2016 CFRB: Sanders’ Proposed Offsets Wouldn’t Cover Policy Costs | Morning Consult
April 07, 2016 Debt, Deficits Get Ignored in Obama's Final Budget Plan | NewsOK
April 07, 2016 Opinion: Face it: Ted Cruz Is As Far From the Republican Mainstream as Donald Trump Is | Market Watch
April 07, 2016 Bernie Sanders’ Tax and Spending Ideas Would Add Trillions to Debt, Group Says | USA Today
April 06, 2016 The Incredible Cluelessness of Donald Trump | Reason
April 06, 2016 Bernie Sanders’ Proposals Will Burn Most Americans | Wyoming News
April 06, 2016 Trump’s National Debt Plan is Bunk, Says Fiscal Watchdog | Times Union
April 06, 2016 Trump Wouldn't Erase The National Debt — He'd Double It | Washington Examiner
April 06, 2016 Budget Hawks Bash Trump’s 'Ridiculous' Plan to Erase Debt | The Hill
April 05, 2016 McGinty, Allies Attack Sestak Over Social Security
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