Thursday, August 21, 2014

Paul Ryan Cares


By Jeff Simpson

Paul Ryan has opened up a dialogue on poverty in America.   

He even gave a speech about it:

I look forward to hearing from everybody. But let’s start with a principle we can all agree on: Hardworking taxpayers deserve a break in this country. Too many families are working harder and harder to get ahead, and yet they’re falling further and further behind. The costs of food, housing, and gas keep going up, but paychecks haven’t budged. So whether you’re a Republican or a Democrat, I think we can all agree: America deserves better.

Paul Ryan is so interested in tackling the issue of poverty, and "hearing from everybody" that for the small price of $10,000 you can have that discussion with him.  

Lunch and Conversation with Congressman Ryan
12pm until 1:30pm | Check-in begins at 11:30am.

Intercontinental Hotel Milwaukee | 139 East Kilbourn Avenue | Milwaukee

Questions? Please email us at or call 608-237-7290.

HURRY! Seating is limited. Please RSVP no later than Wednesday, August 13th. 

Photo ID will be required for entry.

Your donation to The MacIver Institute at the following levels is TAX DEDUCTIBLE and will reserve your seat:

❏ $10,000 Event Sponsorship includes Table for Eight, special recognition throughout the event, picture with Congressman Ryan, preferential seating, 8 autographed books and lunch admissions.

Word to the wise--- agree with him, or else!



  1. Incredibly, when taxes are cut significantly for high income individuals, middle income Americans have to pick up the tax burden. Plus Republicans believe middle income Americans who want higher wages are a threat to the economy. Fortunate for Ryan, no middle income Americans will hear their distorted version of economics.

  2. If you can get hold of the final guest list and post it, you should. For one - we can see who actually pays $10k a pop to hear Ryan regurgitate his books and interview talking points. More importantly, the more enterprising among us will have a nice, tidy lead list of gullible rubes anxious to be parted from their money. Marketing gold, really.