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  • Ryan makes good on a promise to students
    Apr 1, 2014  - By Lindsay Bullock, Racine Journal Times BURLINGTON — When October’s government shutdown postponed a Washington, D.C., class trip for St. Mary’s Grade School students, Principal Loretta Jackson let U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan’s office know how disappointed the kids felt. Gregory Shaver | Racine Journal Time... More
  • Paul Ryan’s Fight against Poverty
    Mar 26, 2014  - During a recent town-hall meeting in Wisconsin’s First Congressional District, Congressman Paul Ryan spoke with the MacIver Institute about his work against poverty. Interview Highlights MacIver: Ryan also discussed some of his experiences traveling to these poor areas of the country and said he is ... More
  • Ryan talks budget, War on Poverty
    Mar 26, 2014  - By James Debilzen, Managing Editor for the Milton Courier Rep. Paul Ryan spoke to a full-house crowd at The Gathering Place on Friday at the end of a week-long series of listening sessions throughout the 1st Congressional District. Ryan, R-Janesville, spent much of his time talking about the federal... More
  • Reflections on Paul Ryan's Listening Tour
    Mar 20, 2014  - Guest Column By Robert L. Woodson Sr. When I received the call from one of Paul Ryan’s aides just six weeks before the close of the 2012 presidential campaign, I admit that I was suspicious. I was asked if I would assemble a group of community and faith-based leaders to meet with Paul at Cleveland S... More
  • Ryan's right to question the status quo
    Mar 18, 2014  - By Journal Times Editorial Board “Fifty years ago, President Lyndon Johnson declared war on poverty. Since then, Washington has created dozens of programs and spent trillions of dollars. But few people have stopped to ask, ‘Are they working?’ ” That is how a newly released House Budget Committee rep... More
  • Ryan seeks fix for fed programs on poverty
    Mar 11, 2014  - By Mark Schaaf, Racine Journal Times RACINE — U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan says his new push to reform government’s approach to poverty is not meant to simply slash funding. Ryan, R-Wis., last week released a 204-page report offering a sharp critique of federal government assistance programs. The report, whi... More
  • Ryan to meet with constituents
    Mar 10, 2014  - Brian Passino | Kenosha News U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan addresses the Kenosha County Republican Party Lincoln Day dinner at last month at Strawberry Creek. He is hosting listening session over the next two weeks with his constituents. By Terry Flores, Kenosha News U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., will host li... More
  • Paul Ryan on Ukraine: 'This Is What Happens When You Project Weakness Abroad'
    Mar 4, 2014  - by John McCormack, The Weekly Standard In a radio interview Monday, House budget committee chairman Paul Ryan said that Russia's invasion of Ukraine is another result of President Obama's weakness on defense and foreign policy. "I think it’s one more chapter in what happens when you project weakness... More
  • Don't turn away from reforming military retirement benefits
    Jan 17, 2014  - Op-Ed by Gen. James L. Jones (USMC, retired), Adm. Gregory Johnson (USNA, retired), Major Gen. Arnold Punaro (USMC, retired) and Gen. Charles Wald (USAF, retired) The U.S. military is at a crossroads. We can either properly train and equip our future warriors or maintain overly generous benefits for... More
  • Defend military pension cuts: Our view
    Jan 2, 2014  - By The Editorial Board, USATODAY One of the best things Ronald Reagan did as president was to revamp federal pensions. Reagan foresaw the problems that unaffordable public benefits would cause over time — the same problems now afflicting many cities and states — and was determined to act. As a resul... More