A last-minute deal has finally been reached on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and concerns abound. Paul Ryan is concerned about dairy products. Sander Levin is concerned about cars. In Louisiana they're concerned about sugar. The whole...Show More Summary
While everyone was looking at the Planned Parenthood hearing debacle, House Republicans once again moved a bill forward to repeal the Affordable Care Act for the umpty-zillionth time. But that's all show. All of it. The Planned Parenthood monkey court, the public vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act, all of it. Show More Summary
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is in talks with Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) “to deliver a major infrastructure bill that’s eluded Congress for a decade,” Politico reports. “The discussions to marry international tax reform with transportation [...]
Paul Ryan spokesman confirms he WILL NOT run for speaker — Daniel Newhauser (@dnewhauser) September 25, 2015 Pope Francis is not messing around about climate change #PopeInNYC pic.twitter.com/7VNL5VYb6E — Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost)...Show More Summary
Former vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan is getting into the 2016 race—as a moderator. The Wisconsin Republican plans to lead a January forum on opportunity with the 2016 hopefuls for the Jack Kemp Foundation. Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina also plans to guide the forum, scheduled in his home state. “There are few challenges…
Republican Congressman Paul Ryan and Sen. Tim Scott will host a Republican presidential cattle call in January focusing on poverty, an issue that has received relatively little notice so far in the GOP’s 2016 primary.
Paul Ryan plans to moderate a South Carolina forum for presidential candidates Jan. 9, a month before the state’s first-in-the-South primary. The five-hour cattle call will focus on “solutions to fight poverty,” and South Carolina Republican Sen. Tim Scott will also moderate. Ryan, the 2012 GOP nominee for vice president, is chairman of the House […]
Ever since he was tapped as Mitt Romney’s vice presidential candidate, Rep. Paul Ryan has been trying to start a conversation among Republicans about poverty. As a candidate in 2012 he held an event in Cleveland with ministers to explore the roots of poverty but didn’t hold any more, in part because the Romney campaign wanted his focus elsewhere. Show More Summary
The rollout of Jeb Bush's tax plan has his every one of the traditional Republican marks. He explained it in the editorial pages of the Wall Street Journal, the place that Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), and most other conservatives came to debut their big ideas. For his trouble, he earned a glowing […]
Kirk is seeking re-election in what's expected to be one of the most competitive 2016 races, as Democrats see the seat in President Barack Obama's home state as key to their attempt to win back control of the U.S. Senate. Paul Ryan,Show More Summary
In the past week, House Ways and Means Committee chairman Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) and House majority leader Kevin McCarthy (R., Calif.) have shown great resolve in passing an extension to the highway bill clean of all Ex-Im Bank extensions. Chairman...Show More Summary
New budget chair Tom Price, same old destructive ideas. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) isn't the chairman of the House Budget Commitee anymore, having moved on to a more and powerful position as Ways and Means chair, but his destructive policy vision for the country's well-being lives on. Show More Summary
Time: “You might have thought the threat of another shutdown was shelved last year when congressional Budget Committee Chairs Rep. Paul Ryan and Sen. Patty Murray came to a two-year bipartisan deal to fund the government. But the new Republican [...]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressman Paul Ryan says House Republicans are working on a package to extend highway funding through the end of the year. The federal government is scheduled to run out of money to repair the nation's roads and bridges at the end of July, at the height of construction season.
As Paul Ryan demonstrated during his appearance on CBS' Face the Nation Sunday, conservatives are just about out of ACA talking points now. We've gone from death panels, to "government-run healthcare," to "it's illegal because a word...Show More Summary
The other day we brought you new data from Families USA that hinted at the political chaos that could unfold if the Supreme Court guts subsidies for millions. The data, broken down by Congressional district, showed that in key swing states like Florida, North Carolina and Virgina, many House GOP districts are home to tens […]
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) “is seemingly in the middle of every legislative mess at the moment—and that’s right where he wants to be,” National Journal reports. “He’s just finished helping to wrangle enough conservative and Democratic votes to pass a [...]
Artist's rendering of Republican House members meeting to talk about Obamacare. House Republicans will be meeting—for the first time—to hear what Rep. Paul Ryan's "working group" on a fix for Obamacare subsidies has been "working" on for the past six months. Show More Summary
Jon Chait points out today that it doesn't really matter very much whether Hillary Clinton moves a little leftward, a little center-ward, or frankly, in any other direction during the upcoming presidential campaign. Oh, it might help...Show More Summary
Rep. Paul Ryan outlined a multi-year plan for overhauling the U.S. tax system to boost economic growth and opportunity. But much depends on who wins the White House in 2016, he added. In order to achieve his vision for the tax system, “we have to win an election where we run on this,” he said.