Speaker's Blog

Sneak Peek of Millennial Town Hall at Georgetown University

April 26, 2016

Tomorrow, Speaker Ryan will visit Georgetown University for a town hall with millennials. And if you just can't wait until tomorrow, here's a sneak peek of what to expect: Read More

America Can Do Better

April 25, 2016

America can do better. About seven out of ten Americans agree—we're headed in the wrong direction. That's why House Republicans are focused on actually fixing the problems facing us, not just bemoaning how bad things are. Read More

The 21st Anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing

April 19, 2016

I still remember when I heard about the Oklahoma City bombing. It seems almost like yesterday. And for me, it’s personal. My wife Janna is from Oklahoma. A lot of our family lives there. And the church we got married in—St. Joseph Old Cathedral—was damaged in the bombing. But more important than that, we lost 168 Americans that day. It was the worst terrorist attack on our soil until September 11. We can never get them back. But we can always honor their memory. Read More

Speaker Ryan's First Foreign Visit as Speaker

April 12, 2016

This week, Speaker Ryan returned from his first foreign visit as speaker of the House. He and a bipartisan delegation of House members visited five countries in eight days, where they met with dozens of senior government and military officials and consistently delivered a single, clear message: ISIS must be destroyed. The United States is committed to defeating radical Islam that threatens freedom and stability throughout the world. Check out the one-minute video below to see highlights from Speaker Ryan's trip. Read More

Politics These Days

April 07, 2016

Politics these days, amirite? It's a common refrain, both in the news media and among Americans who are sick and tired of hearing politicians battle over insults rather than ideas. Imagine, for a moment, if politics was actually about uniting Americans, not dividing us. Read More