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.

January 26, 2015 U.S. Is Still on Dangerous Debt Path: MacGuineas | Bloomberg TV
January 25, 2015 Tax reform in 2015: Obama vs. the GOP-led Congress | Fox News Sunday Morning Futures
January 24, 2015 Prized tax break stumbling block for reform | The Hill
January 23, 2015 Maya MacGuineas on the Morning Briefing with Tim Farley | Sirius XM Radio network
January 22, 2015 Morning Score | POLITICO
January 22, 2015 Paul to Offer Bill to Fund Highways Through Repatriation | The Bond Buyer
January 21, 2015 Better World: Economy is looking up | The Florida Times-Union
January 21, 2015 What Obama didn’t say: Address skips over debt, entitlement crisis | Fox News
January 20, 2015 Obama May Highlight Shrinking Budget Deficits, But They Mask Mounting Debt | The Wall Street Journal
January 20, 2015 A nondrinking way to liven up State of the Union viewing | The Oregonian
January 14, 2015 Republicans to Mull Use of Budget Maneuver to Get Bills to Obama | Bloomberg
January 14, 2015 U.S. Racks Up Smallest Deficit Since 2007 | The Wall Street Journal
January 13, 2015 Millennial Perspective: Our Failing Infrastructure and the Highway Trust Fund | Truthout
January 09, 2015 How the new GOP Congress exposed the absurdity of our budget debates | The Week
January 09, 2015 Plan to Protect Your Retirement in 2015 | Value Walk
January 09, 2015 Dynamic Scoring Adds More Problems to an Already Flawed CBO Process | The Fiscal Times
January 08, 2015 Pessimism over political lines | Fox Business Opening Bell
January 07, 2015 Republicans change budget-math rules. A risky walk on the 'supply side'? | The Christian Science Monitor
January 06, 2015 What to expect from Washington in 2015 | Fox News
January 06, 2015 Fair Value Accounting: The obscure rule change that could make student loans more expensive | Vox