And, if you read his budget closely and run the numbers carefully, they will almost certainly means a much less progressive tax code.
There's a study going around saying that Paul Ryan's proposed a huge tax cut. It's wrong.
Ryan's budget makes a series of extraordinarily tough choices. But he doesn't like to talk about them.
The correct answer to the the Ryan budget isn't the cautious plan released by the Senate Democrats. It's the uncompromising "Back to Work" budget from the House Progressives.
Paul Ryan's budget came out on Tuesday. Here's everything you need to catch up.
Yes, he wants to slash government spending. But he's also aiming to raise more revenue for the government than before.
In his budget, Paul Ryan wants to use the 1996 welfare reform law as a model for Medicaid and food stamps. So how would that work?
Neil and Ezra are very excited that it is, finally, budget season. But there's a lot in the Ryan budget that still isn't spelled out.
Ryan's budget leaves a number of major questions unanswered. Here are the five biggest blank spots.
There's a reason Newt Gingrich initially described Ryan's budget as "right-wing social engineering." That, and not deficit reduction, is what it's really about.
The big story from Rep. Paul Ryan's appearance on Fox News Sunday seems to be that his budget assumes the repeal of Obamacare. That's a) not news and b) not true.
Tonight is going to be Paul Ryan night. Which means it’s going to be Paul Ryan budget night. So here's a quick refresher on what it actually does, which is very different from what most people think it does.
We at Wonkblog thought it'd be worthwhile to highlight new videos and check how accurate the candidates and third party groups are being about the policies being debated.
If you assume Ryan's tax plan would not be paid for, then it only raises 15. 5 percent of GDP in revenues, and Ryan's plan is the single most fiscally irresponsible plan on the graph.