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'Ryan's Bold Plan' August 2011

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Ryan's Bold Plan: Will It Save America or Kill the GOP in 2012?

In the midst of an economic crisis and a looming presidential election, Rep. Paul Ryan has introduced a bold budget plan that includes a total reorganization of the soon-to-be-broke Medicare system.

Will it spell salvation for America — or doom for the GOP in the 2012 elections?

The Wisconsin Republican, chairman of the House Budget Committee, has proposed a complete overhaul of Washington's spending in a budget plan, The Path to Prosperity, designed to rein in skyrocketing federal debt.

In an exclusive interview with Ryan, Newsmax explores how the Ryan plan may bring includes fundamental changes to the "third rail" of American politics, Medicare, but accomplishes something President Barack Obama has failed at time and again — taking the lead on an issue of vital national importance.

Newsmax magazine's special report "Ryan's Bold Plan" includes an intensive look at the Ryan Medicare proposal, his full fiscal reform plan and its political repercussions.

This issue of Newsmax magazine also features a must-read report from award-winning science writer Gary Taube: How Uncle Sam and conventional medicine made America fat.

Included in Newsmax magazine's "Rise of a True Believer" report:

  • Why Ryan's plan would lower healthcare costs
  • Ryan: Obamacare ends Medicare as we know it
  • The electoral fallout from Ryan's budget
  • The real threat to seniors' healthcare
  • Michele Bachmann's words of support for Ryan's plan
  • The AARP's mistaken claim about the Ryan proposal
  • Sen. Joe Lieberman's alternate plan for Medicare reform
  • Highlights of Ryan's Path to Prosperity
  • Why some call Ryan's plan a "gift" to Democrats
  • The news that sparked a GOP "mini rebellion"
  • Rush Limbaugh's take on the Ryan budget
  • Ryan's brutal exercise regimen
  • Why Ryan isn't seeking the presidency — yet
  • The moment of truth on deficit spending
  • Ryan's proposal for the tax code
  • Why some question the timing of Ryan's reform plan
  • Ryan: Obama's budget speech "pure demagoguery"
  • The "alarm bell" sounded by the Simpson-Bowles commission
  • And more

This edition of Newsmax magazine is not to be missed.

In addition to hard-hitting investigative reports and special commentary from George Will, Michael Reagan, Ben Stein, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, David Limbaugh, Christopher Ruddy and others, you get much more in Newsmax magazine, including:

  • Why the Granite State might crush Romney
  • Convicted congressmen getting fat federal pensions
  • Chuck Norris: Obama appeasing base on gun control
  • Point-counterpoint: The Tea Party and the '12 elections
  • Pro-choice Roe of Roe v. Wade now pro-life
  • 5 surprise retirement havens
  • Saudi oil could grease Obama's re-election
  • Michele Bachmann and the Iowa straw poll
  • Newsmax invited to Obama's White House economic summit
  • No end in sight for "eternally jobless"
  • Why playwright David Mamet turned against liberalism
  • Dr. King finally gets his memorial
  • How to juggle multiple prescriptions
  • Kremlin votes to re-elect Obama
  • Meet the candidates: Ron Paul
  • Obama seeks $1 billion for re-election campaign
  • NATO is a paper tiger
  • Disgruntled workers could be key in '12
  • Is the New Testament a forgery?
  • Identifying the psychopaths around us
  • It's time for great deals on smartphones
  • 7 great train trips
  • "Dull" investing can bring big returns
  • High-fiber diet best for diverticulitis

Again, there is so much more in Newsmax magazine, which won a Gold Eddie Award in the News/Commentary category of Folio magazine's prestigious journalism awards, the Eddies.

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