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3 hrs ago | Mediaite.com
This week, Rep. Paul Ryan got himself into some hot water over comments he made on Bill Bennett' s radio show about the "tailspin of culture in our inner cities in particular of men not working."
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7 hrs ago | Colorado Political News
Was this the moment Rep. Cory Gardner got his own Koch brothers hotline? Which would very logically come in camouflage? On the other hand, as a Colorado Republican, how dare Rep. Gardner be pictured with anything other than a Magpul iPhone Field Case?
11 hrs ago | Houston Chronicle
Because of lower natural gas prices, production has been cut back on wells in formations such as the Barnett Shale.
15 hrs ago | Lincoln Daily News
Republican Representative Paul Ryan on Friday agreed to meet with the Congressional Black Caucus after members of the group branded his remarks about inner-city poverty this week "highly offensive".
Sizing up last week's unexpected congressional win by Florida Republican David Jolly , Kim Strassel of the Wall Street Journal wrote, "The Republicans who win this fall will be those who have serious answers to the attacks leveled on them - about Obamacare , the economy, women's and seniors' issues."
The bipartisan agreement in the Senate over a five-month extension of federal unemployment insurance for the long-term jobless may seem like a breakthrough.
House Republican leaders are polling their members on whether they would support a budget from Rep. Paul Ryan that makes deeper spending cuts than in past years, in an effort to gauge whether they have enough votes to pass it off the floor.
Rep. Paul Ryan conceded that GOP leaders currently do not have the votes in the House for amnesty legislation, but he also said that he hoped immigration legislation could be passed this year.
On Hugh Hewitt's Thursday radio show, conservative commentator Mark Steyn railed against critics of Rep. Paul Ryan for his remarks about the generations of people in the "inner cities" not "learning the value and culture of work."
Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan, R, says he thinks it was a good idea for U.S. House Speaker John Boehner to invite Pope Francis to address a joint meeting of Congress.
House Speaker John Boehner accused New York and other states of 'cheating' and 'fraud' for sidestepping cuts to food stamps.
The Democrat challenging Congressman Sean Duffy says what Duffy says in the district and how he votes are two different things.
Rep. Paul Ryan is trying to talk about the issue of poverty, but the talk so far has produced more problems than solutions.
Roll call at the Conservative Political Action Committee this past weekend was the first audition for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination.
Rand Paul has a solution for his political and legal dilemma facing his prospective 2016 campaign: Elect new members to the Kentucky state House.
So if I am to believe select political journalists, Paul Ryan can employ racist tropes to promote policy with racist outcomes, but none of us can call him racist.
BETWEEN now and the presidential primary season, expect to hear more about Ben Carson.