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Paul Ryan

At the end of the road, fracking

With that said, the I39/90 interstate expansion doesn’t need Paul Ryan or the fracking industry to make it happen. It’s going to happen with or without them. The problem is it’s Koch Industries that needs Paul Ryan to make fracking expansion happen and Ryan is confident he’ll work out a deal to get it done.…

Another day, another protest

The liberal advocacy group Americans United for Change announced it would shadow Paul Ryan at each stop on his three-day, nine-city tour in Florida. This is big news at The Capital Times, your progressive vuvuzela. A group of protesters showed up at a book signing at a Pensacola Barnes & Noble on Friday, with signs…

Left predictably pans Ryan’s anti-poverty plan

The House Budget Committee chairman, who on July 24 released an anti-poverty proposal that rehashed decades-old schemes to scale back safety-net programs and regulatory protections for low-income Americans, offers scant evidence of a serious determination to solve the problems that have Americans up in arms. If Ryan were serious, he wouldn’t be proposing to “consolidate”…

Paul Ryan gets an imaginative opponent

….during a recent interview with the Madison Capital Times, Kaleka, who is not the only Democrat looking to run against Ryan, revealed another side of his biography: conspiracy documentary filmmaker. Kaleka directed the 2013 film Sirius, a documentary that purports to uncover evidence of extraterrestrial life on Earth and suggests that the September 11 terrorist…

Paul Ryan Says No

“I believe the President’s proposed military strike in Syria cannot achieve its stated objectives,” Ryan said in the statement that was issued around 12 hours after Obama addressed the nation. “In fact, I fear it will make things worse,” Ryan said. “The President says a show of force will preserve our credibility. But a feckless…