Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.), an incredulous look on his face, changed his line of questioning midstream during the House Ways and Means Committee hearings on IRS targeting of conservative groups. Ryan said, “So you’re to blame, I guess, is the message here.”
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You’d think the status of Iran’s nuclear program would be important enough for media to pay attention to what Vice President Joe Biden said during the interviews guised as a debate conducted by ABC’s Martha Raddatz in Denver.
In fact, some of Biden’s statements were pure “malarkey.”
Raddatz, dubbed a “foreign policy expert” by Biden, didn’t call him out on it.
Ryan’s closing statement was stronger and more lucid than Biden’s. [Video: Youtube]
THE DEBATE between sitting vice president Joe Biden and GOP nominee Paul Ryan didn’t contain the knockout factor GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney dealt President Barack Obama in the first presidential debate.
Both Ryan and Biden, however, got what they came for.
Tampa (Fla.) will turn red beginning on August 27 and Charlotte (N.C.) will turn blue the week of Labor Day as both national parties hold their conventions.
It’s likely business owners will welcome the potential uptick in sales. It's a given that record numbers of media will descend on both cities, but numbers cited by the GOP are startling.
Right now all eyes are on presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s choice for vice president, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.), but there’s a pending crisis media is ignoring. That crisis will challenge the winner of the 2012 election in the U.S.
The crisis is replete with lessons for the U.S., but President Barack Obama will not heed them.
People like to ask me questions about politics, and on Monday, an elderly woman was upset enough to ask me if she was going to lose her Medicare coverage.
By the time we finished talking, I was pretty shocked at what she told me.
Paul Ryan took center stage on Saturday in Norfolk (Va.) after presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney announced Ryan as the pick for vice president. Ryan got right down to business after he segued into his speech, saying, “Our rights come from nature and God, not government.”