Despite Obama's unquestionably varied record, progressives can't afford four years under a Romney-Ryan presidency.
The Republican vice presidential nominee says he wants to fight poverty. Actually, he’s fighting the programs that have reduced poverty.
Dick Cheney says: “I worship the ground that Paul Ryan walks on.” No wonder. They’re foreign-policy twins.
The vice president successfully contrasted his administration with the regressive proposals of the Romney-Ryan ticket.
The Republican vice-presidential candidate is also facing a House race at home—but won’t debate his challenger.
Ryan's flailing fearmongering at last night's debate will likely fall flat with war-weary voters.
Confronted on central premise of GOP campaign—cutting taxes and balancing budgets—Ryan asks voters to “fill in the details” after the election. That’s the big fail that gave the night to Biden.
Displaying charts are to Ryan the Wonk as clearing brush was to Bush the Cowboy.
Paul Ryan claims he’s dedicated to reviving the American auto industry. But his voting record says otherwise.
Al Qaeda is nearly gone, and the war in Afghanistan is nearly over.
Paul Ryan is running on a “boy next door” image, but a debate with Debbie Wasserman-Shultz from two years ago shows a different side of the congressman.