About Paul Ryan
As chairman of the House Budget Committee, Paul is a leading voice for fiscal discipline. He also is a member of the House Ways and Means Committee, where he’s worked to make health care more affordable, to simplify the tax code, and to help create jobs. In 2008, he introduced “A Roadmap for America’s Future,” a comprehensive proposal to strengthen critical programs like Medicare and Medicaid and to pay off our national debt.
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- Today at CPAC, I shared a story I heard from Eloise Anderson, the secretary for children and families for the state of Wisconsin. She mentioned it in her testimony for a House Budget Committee hearing last year. I have just learned that Secretary Anderson misspoke, and that the story she told was improperly sourced. I regret failing to verify the original source of the story, but I appreciate her taking the time to share her insights.
Paul Ryan’s Moving Story That Explains the Difference Between Hard Work and Dependency
- The President’s budget isn’t a serious document. It's a campaign brochure. Tell him to get serious about our fiscal challenges.
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- From Patrick O'Connor at the Wall Street Journal: Paul Ryan Sees Vibrant Debate, Not Divided Party. "I'm Irish, that’s my idea of a family reunion."
Paul Ryan Sees Vibrant Debate, Not Divided Party - Washington Wire - WSJ
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, the Republican vice presidential nominee in 2012, challenged conservatives Thursday to look beyond differences that have split the party in recent years to craft a governing agenda they can run on in the fall.