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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the House and Senate Budget Plans
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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the House and Senate Budget Plans

With budgets on the floor of both chambers this week, here's a quick breakdown of the key points for the two main proposals:House: Paul Ryan Budget (The Good) - H.Con.Res. 25

03/18/2013
Ryan's "Roadmap": Resources
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Ryan's "Roadmap": Resources

Looking for information on Paul Ryan's budget plans and the "Ryan Roadmap?" Look no further. 

08/11/2012
A Challenge to the Republican Party
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A Challenge to the Republican Party

Hey, Republican congressmen: I’m calling you out. Challenging you. I’m wondering how many of you have a spine. Or some guts. Let me ask you all a few questions: • Do you believe in following the Constitution? • Do you believe in limited government? • Do you believe in fiscal conservatism?

04/18/2012
Paul Ryan’s Two Paths
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Paul Ryan’s Two Paths

Representative Paul Ryan (R-WI) often insists that America faces a choice of two futures. Ryan lays out this stark choice in a video promoting his latest budget:  "Americans have a choice to make. A choice that’s going to determine our country’s future. Will it be the future that looks like the America we know? One of greater opportunity, greater prosperity? Or more of what we’re seeing today? Debt, doubt, and decline. Americans, not Washington, should decide." - Rep. Paul Ryan

04/03/2012
House Passes Ryan’s Budget 228-191, Rejects Obama’s 0-414
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House Passes Ryan’s Budget 228-191, Rejects Obama’s 0-414

Today, the House passed a budget -- something Senate Democrats haven’t bothered to do in nearly three years (1,065 days, to be exact). The budget, drafted by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, resembles last year’s Ryan budget. It now goes to the Senate, where Harry Reid and his fellow Democrats aren’t likely to take it up.  The House also voted on President Obama’s budget. Want to guess how many votes it got? Zero. That’s right. No one voted for it, not even the Democrats. Ouch. That’s gotta hurt.

03/29/2012
The Paul Ryan Budget: Good Enough
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The Paul Ryan Budget: Good Enough

According to ex-governor Jennifer Granholm, Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) needs a “reality check” over his new budget.

03/28/2012
An Update on the Paul Ryan Budget
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An Update on the Paul Ryan Budget

Congressman Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) budget, named “The Path to Prosperity: A Blueprint for American Renewal”, is moving quickly through the halls of Congress. Even though it was introduced just two days ago, the budget was already approved yesterday by the House Budget Committee, which reported the proposal to the full House of Representatives for a vote.  The vote was narrow and largely fell down partisan lines, but the bill passed by a 19-18 vote. 

03/22/2012
FreedomRadio: Dean Clancy on yesterday's Senate budget votes
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FreedomRadio: Dean Clancy on yesterday's Senate budget votes

Click to Listen! We are now at 757 days since the Democrats have chosen to perform one of their core job functions and pass a budget. Yesterday, the Senate held a vote on four different budget proposals, including President Obama's, Pat Toomey's, and Rand Paul's.  Dean Clancy has already done the breakdown:

05/26/2011