Speaker's Blog

Recap: The Reagan Foundation

September 20, 2018

At an event to mark the launch of The Ronald Reagan Institute in Washington, D.C., Speaker Ryan gave an address titled “Advancing American Leadership.” While laying out a bold vision for the future of American leadership in the world, he spoke about the importance of military primacy, free trade, pro-growth economic reforms, and moral leadership. If you didn’t have a chance to watch the speaker’s address, we’ve got you covered. Below are his remarks, in five tweets: Read More

Speaker Ryan Talks Tax Reform, Civil Society at WisPolitics Q&A

September 18, 2018

Last week, Speaker Ryan joined WisPolitics President Jeff Mayers in the Rayburn Room of the U.S. Capitol for a conversation on tax reform, his tenure as speaker, and the state of civil society. Read More

An End to a Decade of Continuing Resolutions for the Military

September 18, 2018

For the Pentagon, stability and predictability are critical. Yet for years now, our military has been subject to stopgap funding and a string of continuing resolutions. This budget uncertainty exacerbated a staggering readiness crisis. Read More

Coming Soon: Rebuilding Our Military and Fighting the Opioid Epidemic

September 14, 2018

If enacted, this will be the first time in nearly 10 years that the Defense Department won’t have to enter the fiscal year operating under a continuing resolution. For the Pentagon, stability and predictability are critical, and years of budgetary uncertainty worsened a staggering readiness crisis. Read More

Speaker Ryan Touts Resources for Veterans, National Security in First Minibus Package

September 13, 2018

During the weekly Republican leadership press conference, Speaker Ryan urged support for the first minibus appropriations package, which the House will consider this afternoon. He emphasized the critical House priorities included in the bill, emphasizing the resources it provides to Veterans Affairs and the vital funding it puts toward bolstering national security. Read More

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