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.

July 16, 2015 U.S. House OKs Short-Term Highway Fix With Intent to Reform Funding System | Governing
July 16, 2015 White House Claims Budget Victory, Blasts GOP in Review | The Fiscal Times
July 12, 2015 How Greece debt crisis may impact your investments | Fox News
July 11, 2015 Avoiding a tax hike: The challenge for reform | Washington Examiner
July 08, 2015 In Wisconsin visit, Barack Obama brags that he reduced federal deficit by two-thirds| PolitiFact
July 06, 2015 Inside the GOP, Deficit War Rages On | National Journal
June 20, 2015 Repealing Obamacare Would Add $137 Billion To Federal Debt, Leave 19 Million Americans Without Insurance | Medical Daily
June 19, 2015 Health Law Repeal Would Raise Federal Deficits by $137 Billion in 10 Years, CBO Says | The Wall Street Journal
June 19, 2015 Repealing Obamacare Would Cost $353 Billion Over Next Decade | Bloomberg Politics
June 16, 2015 Brat says entitlement and debt payments will consume all taxes in 2032 | Politifact
June 11, 2015 Morning Tax | POLITICO
June 10, 2015 Congress’s Favorite Gimmicks for Disguising Spending | The Fiscal Times
June 08, 2015 Amid Budget Gridlock, Congress Contemplates Next Ryan-Murray | The Morning Consult
June 04, 2015 Another Look at That IMF Paper on Debt–and What It Means for the U.S. | The Wall Street Journal Think Tank
June 03, 2015 Democrats steer toward highway funding cliff | POLITICO
June 01, 2015 Denver Post: Fix the Highway Trust Fund | Denver Post
June 01, 2015 For CBO, Dynamic Scoring Is the Battle of Evermore | Roll Call
June 01, 2015 For CBO, Dynamic Scoring Is the Battle of Evermore | Roll Call
May 28, 2015 The Future President Will Need To Wrestle With Debt From The Past | NPR
May 27, 2015 After Words with Michael Tanner | CSPAN