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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Paul Ryan
Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin is perhaps the smartest conservative in Congress. Unusual for a politician, the former vice presidential nominee actually spends time thinking about problems and coming up with solutions.
Poverty is as endemic today as it was when President Lyndon Johnson inaugurated the War on Poverty, and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), Chairman of the House Budget Committee, is offering sensible proposals to change things for the better.
House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan proposed sweeping changes to America's safety net Thursday that would combine up to 11 federal welfare programs into a single funding stream to states.
Broadcasters have offered lengthy broadcasts about Gaza and Ukraine but scant criticism about the White House role in the double crises. On the "Big Three" networks, in fact, the criticism amounted to less than a minute — in almost six hours of recent news coverage.
The battle over Medicare will rumble across West Virginia's U.S. Senate race Monday, as the two candidates deploy Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Paul Ryan to duke it out on their behalf.
During his four terms in Congress, Rep. Steve Scalise, the new No. 3 man in House leadership, has been a major backer of American energy production, frequently visiting offshore oil rigs to tout the benefits of drilling in the U.S.
House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan said Wednesday that the United States must get its fiscal house in order if it hopes to rebuild its military and restore the nation's credibility on the world stage, in a speech that is sure to stoke speculation that the Wisconsin Republican is looking to beef up his foreign policy credentials ahead of a likely 2016 White House bid.
Ed Gillespie, a former advisor to Mitt Romney and chairman of the Republican National Committee, has been selected by the GOP to be their candidate for the Senate race in Virginia.
A well-known protester who says he's running against Congressman Paul Ryan because they share a last name should be kicked off the primary ballot for misleading prospective voters into thinking they were signing up to legalize marijuana, Wisconsin Republicans argued Thursday.
Rep. Paul Ryan joked Wednesday about how Americans keep mistaking him for disgraced politician Anthony Weiner, who ironically called the comparison insulting.
Paul Ryan gets it. America has an acute poverty problem, and Washington doesn't have dibs on softening its devastating blows — even as we spend more than $1 trillion a year combating it.
Sen. Marco Rubio said Tuesday that Congress has a responsibility to tackle entitlement reform sooner rather than later, making him the latest of the likely 2016 Republican presidential contenders to say it is time for the party to address the thorny subject head-on.
In the latest prep work for a presidential campaign, Rand Paul is conspicuously courting moderate and establishment Republicans while Ted Cruz keeps up a travel schedule that has 2016 written all over it.
Authorities are looking into whether marijuana or alcohol played a role in the case of a Montana homeowner accused of setting a trap and killing a German exchange student in his garage.
U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, the former GOP vice presidential nominee, told delegates at Wisconsin's Republican convention Saturday that the party must unify.
FILE - In this Dec. 10, 2013, file photo, House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., speaks in Washington.
When confronted about the comments at a town hall in Racine, Wis., Mr. Ryan admitted to being "inarticulate" and said he meant nothing racial by his statement.