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 06, 2012 Campaign to Fix the Debt signatories | The Hill
December 06, 2012 Start with respect | The Columbus Dispatch
December 06, 2012 To avoid this and future fiscal cliffs, we must cut the deficit | The Oakland Press
December 06, 2012 Today's Influence Ads: Fix the Debt Continues Ad Blitz | National Journal
December 06, 2012 Debt panel co-chairman presses for budget deal in Microsoft talk | The Seattle Times
December 06, 2012 Rules of the Game: Unions Leveraging Election Day Wins | Roll Call
December 06, 2012 'Fix the Debt' Campaign Visits Microsoft | Microsoft Blog
December 06, 2012 Hoyer has the right idea on budget | Baltimore Sun
December 06, 2012 Shared sacrifice needed to fix the debt | The Hill
December 06, 2012 Antonio Villaraigosa, Having Joined Fix The Debt Campaign, Blames Criticism On Broken Politics | Huffington Post
December 05, 2012 Hugh McColl and Robert Ingram on the national debt | Winston Salem Journal
December 05, 2012 Fix the Debt launches Texas chapter | Houston Chronicle
December 05, 2012 Obama and the CEOs: Making Up Isn't Hard to Do | Bloomberg
December 05, 2012 Bass: All options should be on the table to avoid the fiscal cliff | Concord Monitor
December 05, 2012 'Gangnam Style' Alan Simpson: I was an 'ass' | Politico
December 05, 2012 Retired Wyoming senator Al Simpson hoping to dance America way from the fiscal cliff |Casper Star Tribune
December 04, 2012 A Boom in Fiscal Cliff Newspaper Ads | The Wall Street Journal
December 04, 2012 Obama in 2011: Tax increase not needed for budget | Washington Times
December 04, 2012 Real fiscal debate comes next spring? | Post Intelligencer
December 04, 2012 Former U.S. Sen. Alan Simpson dances "Gangnam Style" to bring attention to debt | Denver Post
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