Tag Archives: Paul Ryan

President Trump? Ain’t Going to Happen

  By Arlen Grossman It’s amazing the amount of worrying going on about the prospect of Donald Trump winning the presidency. Granted, it would be a disaster if he did win, unless you want a president who is a liar, … Continue reading

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Paul Ryan For President?

By Arlen Grossman When you look at the current crop of Republican presidential candidates, it is hard to imagine any of them nominated by the party to run for the highest office in our land. In one way or another the … Continue reading

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THE V.P. PICK: WHAT WAS ROMNEY THINKING?

Why did the Romney campaign choose a bland 7-term congressman from Wisconsin as his running mate? Robert Reich examines conservative ideologue Paul Ryan, why Mitt Romney felt him to be his best choice, and why Ryan’s social Darwinist philosophy appeals to … Continue reading

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Is This What Became of Eddie Munster?

Did child star grow up to become a Vice-Presidential candidate? Thanks to the Stephanie Miller Show for the idea!

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BPR Quote of the Day: Great Moment in History?

“I think what happened yesterday is going to go down as the single most important event in government history in our lifetimes, and that is when Paul Ryan came out with his budget plan.”  Fox News TV anchor Bill Hemmer … Continue reading

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BPR Ironic Question of the Day

Which one of these politicians voted NOT to extend the debt ceiling in 2006: A. Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) B. Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) C. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) D. Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) E. Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) Answer: … Continue reading

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