Today, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) announced that Rep. Mimi Walters (R-CA) will deliver the Weekly Republican Address on Saturday, August 20.

In this week’s Republican address, Rep. Buddy Carter (R-GA) discusses the House agenda Republicans unveiled earlier this summer—a #BetterWay.

Today, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) announced that Rep. Buddy Carter (R-GA) will deliver the Weekly Republican Address on Saturday, August 6.

Did you know? If you haven’t heard by now, there’s a #BetterWay to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing America, like reforming our health care system and updating our anti-poverty programs. It’s all part of the agenda introduced by House Republicans earlier this summer—and in a time when many Americans are feeling uncertain about their futures, it’s just what the nation needs.

Speaker Ryan outlined these points with Michael Medved earlier this month:

Last night, Speaker Ryan participated in a live townhall with CNN’s Jake Tapper to discuss #BetterWay, a bold agenda to tackle our country’s biggest challenges. During the hour-long event, Speaker Ryan took a range of questions from audience members on everything from poverty to national security and defending the Constitution. We hope you were able to tune in, but if not, we went ahead and compiled some highlights.

Here are the top five moments: 

This was no mistake chalked up to bureaucratic ineptitude. It was a deliberate, calculated effort to circumvent the Constitution in order to prop up Obamacare.

We’re already acting on the ideas that are part of A Better Way. Today, for instance, the House is taking up two bills to help startups raise capital when they need it most.

Better.gop is your one-stop-shop to learn about all six issues in-depth, but for those who are already thinking about the long 4th of July weekend, here's a very quick recap featuring six photos and six quotes from Speaker Ryan.
“The way I’d sum it up is: We want a tax code that works for the taxpayers—not the tax collectors. We want to make it simpler, flatter, fairer."

As simple as a postcard. Seriously.

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