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.

May 13, 2014 Exclusive: Speaker of the House John Boehner | Sunday Morning Futures on Fox News
May 13, 2014 What story will new retail and manufacturing data tell? | Sunday Morning Furtures on Fox News
May 13, 2014 Health Care Law Update - May 12, 2014 | The National Law Review
May 13, 2014 US Budget Week: Tax Extender Bill Undermines Deficit Rhetoric | MNI
May 13, 2014 Federal Debt Matters, and It Matters Now |
May 13, 2014 Tax break for corporate research: Is House GOP plan fiscally responsible? | Yahoo News
May 13, 2014 The Economic and Budgetary Effects of Bonus Expensing | Insider Online
May 13, 2014 Sebelius's No Show - Health Care Edge: Brought to you by the American Hospital Association (AHA) | National Journal
May 08, 2014 Will Congress Listen to the Military on Pay? | The Wall Street Journal's The Washington Wire
May 08, 2014 The insurers speak: Yes, people are paying their Obamacare premiums | Los Angeles Times The Economy Hub
May 08, 2014 US Fiscal Challenge Revealed By Tax Extender, Highway Battles | MNI
May 07, 2014 The $900 billion slowdown in health care spending quantified | Daily Kos
May 07, 2014 Federal Health Spending Revised Downward | Taegan Goddard's Wonk Wire
May 07, 2014 Some actually good news on federal health care spending | Vox
May 07, 2014 Springtime for Obamacare | Daily Intelligencer
May 05, 2014 The deficit is shrinking but don't get complacent: Maya MacGuineas | Yahoo Finance
May 05, 2014 A Tax News Update in Three Acts, and an Encore | TaxVox- The Tax Policy Center Blog
May 05, 2014 The Fight in DC Over Reforming the Tax Code | Bloomberg TV
May 02, 2014 Does the risk corridor program have a fatal technical flaw? | The Incidental Economist
May 02, 2014 4 ways to stop the U.S. from becoming a Piketty-style oligarchy | The Washington Post Wonkblog