Paul Ryan Speaks Truth to Power– Rep. Paul Ryan told FOX and Friends this morning that Barack Obama helped Netanyahu win Tuesday’s national elections. The Obama Administration spent 350,00 in taxpayer dollars to help defeat the Israeli leader. “I think … Continue reading ?
The House Budget Committee, now in the hands of Tom Price rather than Paul Ryan, introduced its 2016 budget resolution today. Chairman Price has an op-ed in USA Today making the case for his plan here; here are summary tables and charts...Show More Summary
From The Last Tradition Punks exist in more places than Ferguson Missouri. We have quite a number of then in the Republican Party who are quick to raise the White
(Paul Mirengoff) Tim Alberta of the National Journal has written an article called “The Ryanization of Rubio.” Alberta’s thesis is that Marco Rubio has inherited the role many thought Paul Ryan was going to play — conservative intellectual presidential candidate armed with daring policy proposals. Show More Summary
Who is going to quarterback the reform conservative movement? “[Rep. Paul] Ryan and [Sen. Marco] Rubio are like-minded legislators who approach problems from a similar ideological perspective. The difference, they say, is that Rubio possesses the political skill to accomplish what Ryan has not: taking conservative reforms outside the halls of Congress and selling them […]
As we strongly suspected, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) will not run for president in 2016. It makes perfect sense for him. He is embarking on his dream job as chairman of the House Committee on Ways and Means. His real love is policy, and there he can help chart the course for the GOP now […]
The presidential buzz over the last week has centered on Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. Today Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) announced he will not run, making a Walker run even more likely (the two friends were not expected to face off against one another.) Walker is not “the only governor that […]
(Steven Hayward) Paul Ryan has announced this afternoon that he won’t run for president in 2016: Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, the Republican Party’s vice presidential nominee in 2012, told NBC News in an interview Monday that he will not seek the presidency in 2016. Show More Summary
PAUL RYAN rules out 2016 presidential run.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Mitt Romney have been routinely included in early 2016 Republican presidential polling. In fact, the chance each would run ranges from small to none; the possible entry into the race of former Florida governor Jeb Bush now makes it even less likely that these big-name Republicans […]
The quarterfinals of the 2016 race for the White House now pit Jeb Bush against Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Rick Perry and John Kasich for the establishment wing of the
Like two predatory animals circling each other, Republicans and Democrats are trying to sort out the meaning of last month’s election and plan strategies for the remaining days of the
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), who will be the new House Ways and Means Committee chairman, made comments on Tuesday that seem to have been misinterpreted by much of the media. Reporters suggest that he would be keen on pursuing only corporate tax reform without pursuing the knotty individual side of the code. In fact, what he […]
"After winning re-election last night, Ryan said he would seek the chairmanship of the the House Ways and Means Committee. That post would make it exceedingly difficult for him to seek the presidency next year."
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is sounding Romneyesque in his foreign policy views. In a Post interview he says: “I spend a lot of time thinking about foreign policy and reading about it. My thinking has evolved, and going through the vice presidential experience gave me a deeper appreciation for these issues. I fear that we’re losing […]
A new poll by Fusion.com says that Millennials are ready for a Paul Ryan, Hillary Clinton brawl in 2016. Considering the overwhelming support...
Because I'm a "giver" who puts the needs of the horde above her own happiness, this week's thread is on Familiar Faces: Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Mike Huckabee, and Sarah Palin. You owe me. Big. Before we begin, let's have...
Paul Ryan and Joseph Kennedy explain it all for us.