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  • Ryan: budget stalemate, but two parties are negotiating
    May 15, 2013  - By Staff, Walworth County Today DELAVAN--Not surprisingly, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Janesville) thinks the nation's economy would have been in a much better shape by now had November's presidential election ended differently. But it didn't. Dan Plutchak | Walworth County Today Rep. Paul Ryan and mobile of... More
  • Ryan has no doubts about Benghazi coverup
    May 14, 2013  - By Wisconsin Radio Network contributor - Tom Karkow, WRJN Following a recent round of congressional hearings on the attack on a U.S. diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya last fall, Wisconsin U.S. Representative Paul Ryan (R-WI) says there’s “no doubt” a coverup took place. The terrorist attack kil... More
  • U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan defends softened approach to immigration
    May 4, 2013  - By Craig Gilbert, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Racine - Paul Ryan is working the home crowd in his first post-election listening tour when a rueful supporter brings up the Republican ticket's stinging defeat last fall. *** As the push for immigration reform has gained steam from the GOP's 2012 defeat,... More
  • Ryan pushes for reform
    May 1, 2013  - by Alison Bauter, Racine Journal Times RACINE — U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, long-identified as the Congress’ budget and fiscal policy wonk, is deviating from the usual PowerPoint. Influenced by the tide of national debate, the former Republican vice presidential candidate and longtime local congressman str... More
  • Ryan takes a key role on immigration
    Apr 29, 2013  - By Gerald F. Seib, The Wall Street Journal It's commonly assumed that the Republican most crucial to the effort to pass a comprehensive immigration overhaul is Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida. And indeed, Mr. Rubio—Hispanic, conservative, deeply engaged on the issue and carrying the credibility of a pot... More
  • Paul Ryan: Immigration Reform Needed to Restore the American Idea
    Apr 23, 2013  - (Photo by Antonio Dickey) On April 22, 2013, Congressman Paul Ryan spoke to the City Club of Chicago on the need for an immigration system that is accountable, efficient and effective. Joined by Democratic Congressman Luis Gutierrez of Illinois, Ryan advanced principles that should guide bipartisan... More
  • Ryan says he's cautiously optimistic on a bipartisan budget deal
    Apr 11, 2013  - by Scott Neuman, National Public Radio House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan tells NPR that he's "cautiously optimistic" that a budget deal can be reached with the White House. Speaking to NPR a day after President Obama unveiled a 2014 budget proposal that includes cuts to Social Security and ... More
  • Ryan keeps hope alive that compromise is possible
    Mar 14, 2013  - By FRANK SCHULTZ, Janesville Gazette Paul Ryan and Barack Obama don't see eye-to-eye, but when they talked about their deeply held beliefs last week, it gave Ryan a glimmer of hope they might reach a compromise. Ryan, the 1st District congressman who ran with Mitt Romney to unseat the president last... More
  • Ryan Returns
    Mar 13, 2013  - By Andrew Stiles, National Review Online No sooner had Paul Ryan formally unveiled his latest version of the House Republican budget Tuesday morning than Democrats and media critics started tearing it to shreds. It was a “fraudulent” document, advocating “class warfare on behalf of the rich” and “so... More
  • Ryan: Obama outreach not ‘terribly charming’
    Mar 13, 2013  - By Jonathan Easley, The Hill Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) on Wednesday said he wasn’t sure if President Obama’s so-called “charm offensive” was a genuine attempt to reach out to Republicans in Congress. “It didn’t come across as terribly charming to me, but look, we’re used to this,” Ryan said on MSNBC’s... More