(Politico): "Paul Ryan isn’t committing to 2016" (Roll Call): "Can you lie in politics? Supreme Court will decide" (Las Vegas Review-Journal): "Nevada GOP drops platforms against abortions, gay marriage, endorses Sandoval" (Milwaukee-Wisconsin...Show More Summary
For all of Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan's talk about Republicans needing to produce a budget with a clear vision of the party's principles, a conservative confab in New Hampshire last weekend proved the House Budget Committee chair's vision is far from universal. At the Freedom Summit in Manchester, N.H. Show More Summary
Paul Ryan's austerity budget is demonstrably failed economic policy in a new bottle.
Paul Wesley makes his way through the crowd while attending the final day of weekend one at the 2014 Coachella Music Festival on Sunday (April 13) in Indio, Calif. Also in attendance at the festival that day was Ryan Kwanten, who was seen chilling at the Hard Rock Hotel lounge by the pool. Both Paul [...]
Juan Williams: Mitch Landrieu, the white liberal Democratic mayor of 60- percent-black New Orleans, had this to say about white conservative Rep. Paul Ryan's (R-Wis.) trouble after Ryan spoke out about the "inner city" culture that does not value work: "So, Paul Ryan said something people took issue with and it became a huge battle. Show More Summary
1. "How We Built the Ghettos": At The Daily Beast, Jamelle Bouie explains the origins behind our long history with racist housing policies. "Yesterday, apropos of Paul Ryan’s remarks on 'inner-city poverty' and a culture that 'doesn’t...Show More Summary
After being spoofed as a Coachella DJ on Saturday Night Live, yesteday Sen. Rand Paul posted the above tweet then followed up with a dozen YouTube links to tracks by Avicii, Daft Punk, and LGBT allies Mackelmore & Ryan Lewis. Because he's down, you guys. Also on the set list of DJ Rand Paul: Rush, the Police, Jefferson Airplane, Coolio, the Beatles, and Tom Petty.
Yonkers:Rep. Paul Ryan’s voucher system for Medicare was soundly rejected the first time he trotted it out, so why is he doing it again?
The Republican Party would love to court more young voters, though they'd probably opt to do so in a more subtle way than this: "Young conservatives make some noise," a fictional Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) played by Taran Killam said on Saturday Night Live's cold open this weekend. Show More Summary
If the GOP is going to reach young voters at music festivals like Coachella, they should probably avoid calling people "home slices" and using "ratchet" as an adjective. But don't tell Jeb Bush or Paul Ryan, the stars of this weekend's...Show More Summary
"Saturday Night Live" imagines what'd happen if the two Republican leaders tried some hipster outreach
This week’s “Saturday Night Live” cold open had Congressman Paul Ryan (Taran Killam) and former Governor Jeb Bush (Beck Bennett) crash the Coachella stage. The annual music and arts festival is currently taking place in California. Before...Show More Summary
Cold Open -- The 'new" Republican party (Paul Ryan, Jeb Bush) take the stage at Coachella in an attempt to win over young voters. The sketch essentially extends the season-long slump with terrible cold opens. This cast of "SNL" may....
This week's Saturday Night Live cold open imagined if the Republican Party had hijacked the Coachella main stage to introduce Outkast while giving their conservative sales pitch to an unenthused crowd of festival-goers.
Police say Tampa Bay Lightning left wing Ryan Malone has been charged with DUI and possession of cocaine. Tampa Police Lt. Paul Lusczynski says Malone’s breath smelled like alcohol when he was stopped by an officer early Saturday.
(CNN) - Rep. Paul Ryan called on the Republican Party to unify in a speech Friday, saying it should "give up the infighting" for Lent. Addressing an Iowa crowd in the pivotal caucus state's GOP Lincoln Dinner, the potential 2016 presidential candidate said Iowa can do the country a favor in the 2014 midterm election […]
No preventive care for you! House Republicans Rep. Paul Ryan's latest polemic posing as a budget Thursday, and with it voted to gut Obamacare. While that vote would take health insurance away from the 7.5 million who enrolled in private...Show More Summary
Paul Ryan is in Iowa today, and Robert Costa takes a look at all the jockeying and whispering around the question of whether Ryan will run for President. It turns out even Ryan associates think the Congressional GOP’s fiscal policies — which are perhaps best expressed in Ryan’s budget, the GOP’s most comprehensive statement of priorities — think […]
The Republican budget crafted by Rep. Paul Ryan would be a disaster for low-income and middle-class people, and Democrats are prepared to campaign on that fact. But driving the message home in ways easily understood by people who don't read think tank reports is not an easy task: "If you talk about budgets, people's eyes glaze over. Show More Summary