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.
Romney and Ryan's fundamental differences, on everything from reproductive rights to tax cuts, should take center stage at tonight's vice presidential debate.
Romney said, “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt.” Ryan cast votes that hastened the collape of “Detroit West”—the auto region he represented.
Mitt Romney’s lack of specificity in public comes from an understanding that many of his proposals are widely unpopular.
Paul Ryan told Fox he could not explain GOP economic plans because it would take too much time. But an hour-and-a-half long debate should provide Mitt Romney with enough time to do so.
Why was this act of political "satire" so believable?
Paul Ryan is still peddling the fantasy that he only wants to “reform” Medicare and Medicaid. But one of his closest allies is bragging about finishing off entitlement programs.
If Ryan thinks rescuing missing children is a good thing, why does he hate the entity that does it?