Instead of drowning our kids in a sea of red ink, we cut more than $5 trillion in spending and balance the budget within a decade...

House Republicans will vote on a much different plan this week: a pro-growth, balanced budget that reins in excessive spending, enacts real entitlement reform, helps our economy, and puts us on a more sustainable fiscal path.

The House will consider a pro-growth balanced budget and a permanent solution to the ‘doc fix’ that with strengthen Medicare and constitute the first real structural entitlement reform in decades.

Our budget is about the future: it addresses our spending problem, and focuses on building an economy from the ground up.

Our budget will balance, but it’s also about growing our economy, growing jobs and building economic strength for our future...

If the president is serious about helping middle-class families, he’ll call on Senate Democrats, who are sitting on dozens of House-passed jobs bills, to do their part.

"The bill was also passed under an open rule that allowed members to freely submit amendments, another step toward keeping our pledge to run a more open and accountable House."

And it’s the first time that this bill’s ever been produced where there are no earmarks in this bill. And it’s a significant policy achievement...

In an interview with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo, Boehner responded to reports that top Senate Democrats are pushing to bring back earmarks, which have been banned by House Republicans since 2010.

American families have to do more with less in the Obama economy, and the People’s House should be no different.