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.

October 07, 2013 Maya MacGuineas: We Already Knew the Real Solution | The New York Times
October 06, 2013 In shutdown war, Democrats may be losing the PR battle | Los Angeles Times
October 06, 2013 Dream or Nightmare: Bogeyman or Suicide Bomber | Lubbock Avalance-Journal
October 05, 2013 Business Frets Over Shutdown, Threat of Default | The Wall Street Journal
October 03, 2013 5 Ways the Government Shutdown Will Impact Every American | Wall Street Cheat Sheet
October 03, 2013 Walking the Debt Interest Rate Tightrope | Oye! Times
October 02, 2013 Who Knew? Shutdown Casualties Shatter Stereotypes | Associated Press
October 02, 2013 Who loses in a government shutdown? |
October 02, 2013 How the shutdown hurts the economy, in one chart | The Washington Post
October 02, 2013 Marc Goldwein (Video): Budget expert blames 'you' for federal government shut-down | WNDU TV
October 01, 2013 'We've already essential adopted that Ryan budget' | The Washington Post
September 30, 2013 Study Considers US IRA Reform | Global Tax News
September 30, 2013 Obamacare, government shutdown questions answered | TVNZ News
September 30, 2013 66 questions and answers about the government shutdown | USA Today
September 30, 2013 Maya MacGuineas (Video): Government shutdown eroding consumer confidence? | Fox Business
September 30, 2013 Robert Samuelson: Shutdown crisis ignores the real problems | The Washington Post
September 30, 2013 Debbie Wasserman Schultz says federal shutdown is projected to cost the economy $10 billion per week |
September 29, 2013 US government shutdown looms | Deutsche Welle
September 29, 2013 Why do we have an unbalanced budget? (video) | The Washington Post
September 29, 2013 Invoking the 14th to avoid default on the 17th | The Washington Post
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