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.

December 25, 2012 Starbucks to use cups to send 'fiscal cliff' message to lawmakers | Reuters
December 25, 2012 Starbucks makes political push on fiscal cliff | CNNMoney
December 25, 2012 Starbucks using cups to push for fiscal cliff deal | Washington Post
December 25, 2012 Starbuck's 'Potent' Message to Congress | The Wall Street Journal
December 25, 2012 Patch and Starbucks Ask Washington to 'Come Together' to Avoid Fiscal Cliff | Huffington Post
December 25, 2012 Fiscal cliff looms | Elk Valley Times
December 25, 2012 Starbucks Hopes 'Come Together' Campaign Catchs on With Capitol Hill | Roll Call
December 25, 2012 Starbucks fights against the "Fiscal Cliff' | San Diego Red
December 25, 2012 How the Fiscal Cliff Affects You and Your Family - and What You Can Do About It! | iVillage
December 24, 2012 Fiscal cliff deal must include fixing national debt | Toledo Blade
December 22, 2012 Mesa mayor joins steering committee for nat'l 'Fix the Debt' campaign | East Valley Tribune
December 22, 2012 A Campaign on U.S. Debt Gains Steam | New York Times
December 22, 2012 Guest view of Dayne Walling: Our nation needs to address the national debt in bipartisan manner | Mlive
December 22, 2012 Another View: Compromising - and fixing the debt | Des Moines Register
December 21, 2012 Editorial: Keep pushing for strategic budget deal | Star Tribune
December 21, 2012 Another View - Lou D'Allesandro and Ed Rendell: Our deficit spending must end | Union Leader
December 20, 2012 How One Woman Made Budget Scolding Chic | The New Republic
December 20, 2012 Rooney and MacGuineas: Set aside politics to fix national debt | The Morning Call
December 20, 2012 Perdue chims in on fiscal cliff "squabbles" | News Observer
December 19, 2012 The Long Reach of Michael Bloomberg | USA Today
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