Tag Archives: Paul Ryan

Paul Ryan: A smart and decent public servant

“What I realize is, if I am here for one more term, my kids will only have ever known me as a weekend dad,” Ryan said. “I just can’t let that happen.” — Paul Ryan Our acquaintances on the Left … Continue reading

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Paul Ryan’s goodbye spells trouble

A decent man steps aside in the tradition of a citizen legislator The Paul Nehlen wing of the Republican party should be happy. To this noisy group of never-satisfieds, Paul Ryan was the problem, not the answer. Their reward could very … Continue reading

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WI Republicans got their faces slapped

Is Brookfield in yet? Let the recriminations begin! Fingers, start pointing! Time to scorch some earth! Let’s all play the blame game after Tuesday’s crushing defeat. Because there’s plenty to go around. Not even close. Rebecca Dallet 56% to 44% … Continue reading

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Man in hard hat and mustache plays Comedy Central in Wisconsin’s First District

You want gimmicks? Randy’s campaign staff is unionized! Pitting mainstream Democrats against Paul Ryan in Wisconsin’s first congressional district hasn’t worked out so now our acquaintances are casting Hollywood stereotypes in a desperate bid to topple the Speaker. Say Hello … Continue reading

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Paul Ryan refuses to debase himself, unlike certain of our acquaintances

To borrow Ms. Vicki’s phrase-ology, Paul Ryan is living rent-free in liberal-progressive-socialist heads. The more Speaker Ryan succeeds the more carpet they chew. Charles Pierce of Esquire, a frequent guest at MSNBC,  calls Ryan a “zombie-eyed granny starver.” Comrade John … Continue reading

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A year in, character still matters to this conservative

Last time on this station, we explored the fundamental decency of a great man, Ulysses S. Grant. Lincoln had just named him to square off against Robert E. Lee. Seeking a room at Washington’s Willard Hotel, Grant accepted without complaint … Continue reading

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