Paul Ryan’s response to Gene Sperling

Posted by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan on August 02, 2011 Moments ago, the President signed into law a significant bipartisan step forward in getting Washington’s fiscal house in order. Relative to the magnitude of our budget challenges, the spending cuts are modest. But judged against Washington’s dismal track record of fiscal stewardship over […]

U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly’s statement on House debt ceiling vote

Washington, D.C. — U.S. Representative Mike Kelly (PA-03) issued the following statement on his vote tonight in support of the revised Budget Control Act of 2011, which passed the House by a vote of 269-161: “Tonight, America turned an important corner. After decades of government growth and out-of-control spending, the debate in Washington has changed […]

Rasmussen: Voters unhappy in Debt Ceiling Debate

Friday, July 22, 201 Most voters don’t care much for the way either political party is performing in the federal debt ceiling debate. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 58% of Likely U.S. Voters at least somewhat disapprove of the way President Obama and congressional Democrats are handling the debate over the […]

ObamaCare Continues To Prove Itself A Failure

Administration Grants 39 New Waivers Bringing Total To 1,471 Last Friday Afternoon, The Administration Released Word That It Had Granted 39 New Waivers From ObamaCare. “The Obama administration granted 39 waivers from part of the President’s health care law last month, bringing the total to 1,471 an announcement which is prompting one Republican Senator to […]