The House Speaker on the GOP insurance plans: “something they don’t like or want.” That’s his best defense!
House Speaker Paul Ryan sat down with Fox & Friends Tuesday to defend the Senate Republican health care plan. Read more...
Back in the day, House Speaker Paul Ryan likely spent college keggers dreaming of shredding the social safety net. Now that he's delivering legislation that could do just that, he just doesn't think his good work is getting its due.Show More Summary
"I think the left is out of gas," Ryan said.
On Monday, the Congressional Budget Office reported that the Senate's Obamacare repeal legislation would leave 22 million Americans uninsured within a decade. Most people in Washington, both Democrats and Republicans, seem to have accepted...Show More Summary
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan wishes all those folks on the left would cut it out with that “resistance” nonsense. Ryan, who had a big hand in crafting the House’s Obamacare replacement bill, dubbed the American Health Care Act, has a lot invested in the current health care...
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) this week disputed reports that 22 million people would lose insurance under the Republican health care plan. During an interview that aired on Tuesday, Fox News host Brian Kilmeade asked Ryan to respond...Show More Summary
The Congressional Leadership Fund, which has ties to House Speaker Paul D. Ryan, plans to spend $100 million before next year's midterm elections.
Granny has been taken out of the mothballs and this time around she’s got a few more people smiling behind her in the new version of “Save Granny” as Fox News demonstrated on their Monday afternoon news report. A Paul Ryan look-alike is navigating granny in a wheelchair through a wooded park trail in what starts out like a nice outing for granny. Show More Summary
On Sunday's AM Joy on MSNBC, just days after dehumanizing House Speaker Paul Ryan as a "monster," MSNBC political analyst and The Nation correspondent Joan Walsh was spewing more venom at the Wisconsin Republican as she described him...Show More Summary
The late ultraconservative Boston City Councilor Albert “Dapper” O’Neil always used to boast that when he ran for re-election, they wouldn’t count the votes in his landslide wins; they would weigh them. I wouldn’t be surprised if House Speaker Paul Ryan makes a similar boast after his next re-election effort. Randy Bryce, the Democratic ironworker... Read more »
On Friday's The Last Word on MSNBC, it was the place for demonizing Republicans as regular MSNBC guests Joan Walsh and Nancy Giles called Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan a "monster" and declared that the way Senate Republicans had...Show More Summary
June 22, 2017 Posted by Jay Livingston A Quinnipiac poll done last month had an item that I hadn’t seen before. The poll had the usual Favorable/Unfavorable questions about Trump, Paul Ryan, Nancy Pelosi, and others. (Trump’s 35% Favorable / 58% Unfavorable was best in show.) But Quinnipiac then, in Item #9, asked for more specific reactions. Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! Two of the GOP’s most powerful figures gave a PR boost to violent neo-Nazi forces rampaging across Ukraine. Andriy Parubiy is one of the most notorious right-wing extremists in Ukrainian politics. A founder...Show More Summary
Randy Bryce’s campaign is offering a boots-and-denim alternative to Washington’s elite. Can he take on the most senior Republican in Congress? A progressive, mustachioed Bernie Sanders supporter has shot to fame after announcing a challenge to Republican house speaker Paul Ryan. Show More Summary
Let’s start on a positive note, which is a campaign advertisement for Randy Bryce, who is running as a Democrat for Paul Ryan’s House seat: I like this ad, and I like this guy. He seems authentic. He makes me think of my dad, a machinist, and a lot of his friends who were blue-collar […]
By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan said on Thursday he supported efforts to quickly act on legislation to impose new sanctions on Russia and Iran that passed the Senate nearly unanimously but has stalled in the House. Show More Summary
Montel Williams/USA Today, self-styled Reagan conservative: For seven years, House Speaker Paul Ryan and congressional Republicans told us they had “a better way.” Many voters took them at their word. We’re finding now, however, that Republicans had no replacement plan, instead cobbling one together last minute. Show More Summary
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., declined to say Thursday whether the House would take up Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s health care bill if the Republican leader manages to push it through the Senate. “They’re just beginning their process,” Ryan said, adding he believes it will be a “lengthy” one. Show More Summary