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Speaker Ryan on the Firing of FBI Director James Comey

May 10, 2017

WASHINGTON—In an interview this evening with Fox News’ Special Report with Bret Baier, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) discussed the firing of FBI Director James Comey. Here is the transcript of the interview:  Bret Baier: Mr. Speaker, thanks for being with us. I want to ask you what your initial reaction was when you heard the FBI Director James Comey was fired. Read More

National Small Business Week

May 01, 2017

Did you know that small businesses are the biggest source of jobs in our economy?  They make for the biggest success stories too. All the early mornings and the late nights—all the headaches and hurdles cleared—every day, we are surrounded by examples of the American Dream.  That is why Republicans are committed to doing everything we can to get behind small businesses—lowering taxes, cutting red tape, fixing our infrastructure.  Read More

Speaker Ryan Swears In Kansas Rep. Ron Estes

April 25, 2017

Tonight, Speaker Ryan swore in Representative Ron Estes (R-KS), who won a special election to fill the seat vacated by CIA Director Mike Pompeo. Read More

#TaxDay: Our Tax Code Should Work For Us

April 18, 2017

Imagine, for a moment, if you could file your taxes on a form the size of a postcard. Wouldn’t that be something? This is one of the things we are working on right now. For too long, we have had a tax code that no one really understands. Long and complicated forms are only part of the story. Read More

A Blessed Easter from Speaker Ryan

April 16, 2017

One of the most important messages that Christianity has brought the world is one of hope. In today’s world, that may sound naïve. We are surrounded by stories of war, poverty, disease, addiction, loneliness, and failure—to name a few. Our work to try and eradicate these social ills certainly has its ups and downs. It’s never over. But today, on Easter Sunday, we are reminded that suffering isn’t the whole story. We believe that there is a different ending for us all.   Read More

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