Paul Ryan's Budget Plan: Rob Poor to Pay Rich

Matt K. Lewis is a senior contributor to The Daily Caller and is editor of the book: "The Quotable Rogue: The Ideals of Sarah Palin In Her Own Words." Matt has appeared on Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, and C-SPAN — and his

Matt K. Lewis is a senior contributor to The Daily Caller and is editor of the book: "The Quotable Rogue: The Ideals of Sarah Palin In Her Own Words." Matt has appeared on Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, and C-SPAN — and his

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: A sharply divided House passes Congressman Paul Ryan's $3.5 trillion budget. As you probably guessed, the vote was mostly along party lines. And the burning question — will the Senate now jump into action and take up

WASHINGTON — The first time Rep. Paul Ryan presented his budget, it was supposed to be fatal for the GOP. Ryan, after all, was not only touching the entitlement third rail but licking it. Even to some ideological allies,

Paul Ryan (right), Wisconsin Republican, with Republican Conference Chairman Rep. Jeb Hensarling of Texas, holds a copy of their budget proposal during a news conference March 29, 2012, on Capitol Hill. (Associated Press) Leadership is a word much used