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ENG: Paul Davis Ryan (born January 29, 1970) is the U.S. Representative for Wisconsin's 1st congressional district, serving since 1999. He is a member of the Republican Party and has been ranked among the party's most influential voices on conservative economic policy. Born and raised in Janesville, Wisconsin, Ryan graduated from Miami University in Ohio and reportedly worked as a marketing consultant to an earth-moving company run by a branch of his family. In the mid-to-late 1990s he worked as an aide to United States Senator Bob Kasten, as legislative director for Senator Sam Brownback of Kansas, and also as a speech writer for former U.S. Representative and 1996 Republican Vice Presidential Nominee Jack Kemp of New York. He won a 1998 election to succeed two-term Representative Mark ...
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Wisconsin Group Asks Congressman Paul Ryan, ...


... "Where's the jobs?" Wisconsin Jobs Now and supporters have been protesting Paul Ryan's Racine and Kenosha Offices the past several days in hopes to gain a meeting with the Congressman. At the Racine and Kenosha offices of Congressman Paul Ryan, things were a little louder and busier than usual on Aug 24. Wisconsin Jobs Now is an coalition of local groups, faith organizations and neighborhood associations that want to bring jobs to Wisconsin. With megaphones and signs, group members gathered outside Ryan's Racine office today. “I have seen what good people and persistence ...


Paul Ryan says no to running for president in 2012


MILWAUKEE — Congressman Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said Monday he has ruled out running for president in 2012, squelching speculation he might make a late jump into a shifting Republican field. "I sincerely appreciate the support from those eager to chart a brighter future for the next generation. While humbled by the encouragement, I have not changed my mind, and therefore I am not seeking our party’s nomination for president," Ryan said in a statement. It’s not the first time this year Ryan has said no to a White House bid, or the first time he has said no emphatically. By ...


Walker says Ryan was his pick for president


Gov. Scott Walker has not picked a favorite from the crowded Republican presidential field for 2012. But he said in a Tuesday interview that he was backing U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan for president had he gotten into the race. Ryan, a Wisconsin Republican, said this week that he has ruled out a run. "Obviously, Paul Ryan - if he had gotten in - would have been my favorite, being from Wisconsin," Walker told conservative commentator Bill Kelly. By Daniel Bice Read more: JSOnline (Aug. 24, 2011)


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Paul Ryan: An opportunity to cut poverty
This week, our economy received some bad news: The International Monetary Fund revised its projection for U.S. economic growth this year to just 1.7%. Working families will pay the price. Real median household income is still lower than before the recession. Deep poverty in America has reached record levels over the past three years. We need to expand opportunity in this country. And to do that, we need Washington to get its act together. Each year, the federal government spends almost $800 billion on 92 programs to help struggling families. Yet the poverty rate is the highest in a generation. The problem with all these federal programs is that they're fragmented and formulaic. They don't see how people's needs interact. And what's worse, they measure success by how much they spend, not how much good they do. Instead, we need to measure success by results — that is, by how many people we're helping get out of poverty. Read full article at USA
Paul Ryan on NBC’s Meet the Press discussing expanding opportunity and fixing our broken immigration laws
David Gregory: We are back with House Budget Chair and 2012 Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan, who is one of the most influential voices in the Republican Party and in Republican politics. In previous years, his budget plans have provided a blueprint for efforts to roll back government. This week, he unveiled a major proposal to fight poverty. And Chairman Ryan joins me now from his home state of Wisconsin. Good to see you, thanks for being here. Paul Ryan: Good morning, David. David Gregor...
Larry Talks with Congressman Paul Ryan
The Larry Kudlow Show First District Congressman Paul Ryan spoke with Larry Kudlow about his ideas for “Expanding Opportunity in America.” Excerpts of their conversation follow. Larry Kudlow: Welcome back, everybody. I’m Larry Kudlow, and this is The Larry Kudlow Show. Let’s get right to it. We are honored to have as our guest Congressman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin: Chairman of the Budget Committee, former vice-presidential candidate, and one of the very, very best thinkers in the Republican Party. ...
Paul Ryan discusses "Expanding Opportunity in America"
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) unveiled his new economic plan called, “Expanding Opportunity in America,” tonight on On The Record. The House Budget Committee chairman told Greta Van Susteren said his goal is to change the conversation and empower local communities in order to ignite real reform. “Instead of measuring success by how many new programs are created in Washington or how much money we spend on programs, why don’t we measure by results, by outcomes,” he said. “How many people are actually getting out of poverty?” Ryan referenced the 1996 welfare reform which entailed work requirements, time limits, local control and experimentation in states. He said, “There are 92 other programs that have not been reformed like that and what we’re trying to do is take those lessons we’ve learned successfully from welfare reform in 1996 and apply it to the other parts of the government’s war on poverty, because we’re in the



 
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