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.

February 18, 2013 Simpson and Bowles Offer Deficit Fix ( Again); Walter's SEC Agenda; Will Wall Street Ever Get More than a Symbolic Reprimand? | American Banker
February 18, 2013 Simpson and Bowles Present Four-Step Debt Reduction Plan | The Epoch Times
February 18, 2013 Simpson: Obama Headed for "Failed Presidency' Without Entitlement Reforms | US News and World Report
February 18, 2013 Deja vu: Tax code talks come to Capitol Hill with 2010 players | The Washington Times
February 18, 2013 Renewed push on US deficit deal | Financial Times
February 18, 2013 If the phone doesn't ring, it's me | MSNBC
February 18, 2013 New debt plan put forward | YNN
February 18, 2013 What Alan Simpson Wanted To Say: Get Your Bean Out Of Your Bottom | The Clarion Ledger
February 18, 2013 Obama warns Congress over spending cuts: 'People will lose their jobs' | The Guardian
February 18, 2013 Concord Coalition URges Support of New Simpson-Bowles Fiscal Framework | The Concord Coalition
February 18, 2013 Here Comes the Budget Pain | National Journal
February 18, 2013 New Simpson-Bowles plan could revive earlier proposals on fed worker benefits | The Washington Post
February 18, 2013 Slaughtering the sacred cows--and high praise for Crapo, Simpson | Capitol Confidential
February 15, 2013 Maya MacGuineas: Obama, we need honest dialogue on debt | CNN
February 12, 2013 Obama seeks to break free of budget fight | The Wall Street Journal
February 12, 2013 FactChecking Obama's SOTU |
February 12, 2013 Martin Knott: State of the Debt - MD | Center Maryland
February 12, 2013 The Obama SOTU Conundrum--Will It Be Debt Or Investment? | Forbes
February 12, 2013 Fact-checking Obama's State of the Union | MSN News
February 12, 2013 Fact check: Obama's State of the Union | USA Today
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