WASHINGTON — It’s awfully quiet at the White House these days. President Barack Obama is spending lots of time campaigning in the most competitive states,
President Barack Obama would make tax credits for college expenses permanent and expand Pell grants for students from lower-earning families. The Republican team of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan would emphasize the need to curb rising tuitions and federal education spending that are burdening families and the government.
With a no-nonsense tone, Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan embraced his role as Barack Obama’s top agitator — and Mitt Romney’s chief defender
It’s not just Medicare. President Barack Obama plans to start picking apart other sections of Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan’s sweeping budget proposals as he tries to paint the GOP ticket as too extreme for the nation.
Next up: education.
When it comes to their federal taxes in the last two years, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has paid a lower federal tax rate than his running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan.
Ryan, R-Wis., paid an effective federal tax rate of 15.9 percent in 2010 and 20 percent in 2011, according to tax returns released by the Romney campaign Friday evening.
WASHINGTON — GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s new promise to restore the Medicare cuts made by President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul law could backfire
Mitt Romney’s announcement of Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan as his GOP vice-presidential running mate may have caught some political pundits off-guard. But Ryan’s selection is being celebrated among conservatives.
The idea behind Paul Ryan’s Medicare plan is to slow growing costs and keep the program more affordable for the long haul.
The tea party didn’t get its man in Mitt Romney. But the movement got one of its ideological heroes in the Republican presidential ticket’s No. 2 slot.
Republican Mitt Romney anointed Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, an ardent conservative and devoted budget cutter, as his vice presidential running mate on Saturday, and the two men immediately embarked on a tour of campaign battleground states, vowing to defeat President Barack Obama and repair the long-ailing U.S. economy.