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.

September 05, 2014 Obama says he has cut national deficit in half | PolitiFact Wisconsin
September 04, 2014 Morning Tax | POLITICO
September 02, 2014 NO: Public agency serves vets better than the private market | Sun Sentinel
August 29, 2014 Budget Crunchers Now Expect a Permanently Weaker Economy | The Washington Examiner
August 29, 2014 CBO Report: Deficit Widens With Slower Growth | C-SPAN
August 29, 2014 Congress Must Act to Get the Economy Back on Track | The Wall Street Journal
August 29, 2014 Maya MacGuineas: Good Deeds Punished as Crossroads Dings Dems on Debt Plan | The Wall Street Journal
August 26, 2014 Did U.S. Corporate Taxes Drive Burger King to Canada? | Bloomberg TV
August 12, 2014 Maya MacGuineas: We've got to fix Social Security | Providence Journal
August 11, 2014 Uniting to Take Congress, G.O.P. Tries to Become the Party of ‘Yes’ | The New York Times
August 08, 2014 Social Security demystified | McClatchy DC
August 07, 2014 Marc Goldwein: Social Security and the Trustees Report | West Virginia Metro News Radio
August 07, 2014 Good News for Medicare Spending, Bad News for Medicare Reformers | The Morning Consult
August 06, 2014 House Republicans adding to debt as balanced budget commitment wavers | The Washington Times
August 05, 2014 Senate Sends House Transportation Bill With Risky Pension Gimmick To The President | MacIver Institute
July 31, 2014 ‘Pension Smoothing’: The Gimmick Both Parties in Congress Love | The Upshot- The New York Times
July 31, 2014 Tackling our nation’s budget problems, head on |
July 30, 2014 What happens if Congress does nothing on Social Security | Market Watch
July 29, 2014 Time for Congress to face up to budget crisis | The Daily Journal
July 29, 2014 Tackling our nation's budget problems | The Highland County Press