Ryan Girdusky

Ryan Girdusky


Senior Writer



Fun Fact

Ryan loves books about farming, but has never worked on one and is a staunch supporter of gun rights, but has never shot one.

Ryan James Girdusky is a born and raised New Yorker, and has been politically active since his teens. He is a frequent guest on Fox News, Fox Business, and many radio shows nationwide.

Articles From Ryan

Ryancare or Trumpcare: Who’s blaming whom?

(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

A key part of Speaker Paul Ryan and President Trump’s agenda was to repeal Obamacare, but it seems less and less likely that it’s going to happen this year. And people are looking for someone to blame. On Friday afternoon, Ryan went to the White House and updated the President that they did not have […]

Trump busts out ultimate ‘Art of the Deal’ tactic with AHCA

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Being able to make great deals is what Donald Trump built his reputation on. He’s using the tactics laid out in his 1987 bestselling book The Art of the Deal to win the battle over the Obamacare repeal bill. On Thursday night, after the American Health Care Act (AHCA) vote had been delayed, the President […]

Rockville Superintendent: Complaining about illegals raping students is racist


The gruesome rape of a 14-year old by two unauthorized immigrants has raised concerns of America’s broken borders even in the very Democratic county of Montgomery, Maryland. The sudden demands by parents to enforce immigration law is not sitting well with liberal elected officials who are pushing back by calling them “racist” and “xenophobic.” Parents from […]

Tailgating just got interesting! State legalizes guns at games

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Grab the burgers, the cooler, the koozies, and your favorite handgun because Arkansas just made it legal to carry concealed weapons at sporting events. San Antonio Express News reported on Wednesday that Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed a bill into law legalizing concealed carry at state colleges, some bars, government buildings, the State Capitol, and sporting events […]

Neil deGrasse Tyson’s priorities? Democrats first, science (and math) second

(Michael Caterina/South Bend Tribune via AP)

Astrophysicist turned celebrity scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson went on a Twitter rant about the President’s budget on Sunday and then again on Wednesday. The scientist insisted that it wasn’t smart to cut big government or small government. Tyson attacked the idea of cutting big areas of government spending including education, science, and healthcare because Americans […]

Liberals can’t handle Chappelle’s LGBTQ jokes

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Dave Chappelle hasn’t performed comedy on TV in more than a decade, so when it was announced that he was doing two comedy specials for Netflix, his fan base was ecstatic. Unfortunately for Chappelle, the culture has changed significantly since 2006, but his comedy hasn’t. Many of the same fans who loved his TV show […]

Trump loyalists want him to get back to his agenda

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It was the spring of his discontent, Trump’s approval ratings fell to an all-time low on Wednesday. The biggest cause of the President’s decline is conservative-leaning independents and Republicans walking away from him since he decided to champion Paul Ryan’s healthcare bill. According to Real Clear Politics, Trump’s approval ratings have dropped to just 43 percent […]

Gen. Mattis is showing some libertarian streaks

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A nickname like “Mad Dog” wouldn’t imply that someone has the demeanor and temperament to be considered a moderate. However, Defense Secretary James Mattis has positioned himself as just that and even unveiled some libertarian streaks. Politico reported on Wednesday that Republicans on the Hill were frustrated with Mattis because of who he’s hired and his […]

Lil Eazy-E bashes Democrats for trying to abolish HIV/AIDS law [VIDEO]


California Democrats are trying to ease the laws against people who knowingly expose their sexual partners to HIV/AIDS without telling them. Rapper Eric Lynn Wright, better known as Lil Eazy-E, did not take the news well. Wright, who has been an HIV/AIDS activist since his father Eazy-E famously died from the disease back in 1995, […]

College students chant ‘Build the Wall’ in Cancun

(Patti Blake, Associated Press)

A group of American college students partied in Cancun, Mexico for spring break, and didn’t win over any friends with our neighbors to the south. The Yucatan Times, on March 13th, slammed the group of Americans for chanting “Build the Wall.” They were apparently disturbing Mexican hotel workers and other visiting tourists. “Today I was […]

Best question? Sen. Flake stumps Gorsuch with question from Reddit [VIDEO]

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Neil Gorsuch has proven himself an extremely capable during the Senate hearing on Tuesday, avoiding any missteps during the Democrats inquiries about how he would rule on certain issues. The only time the possible Supreme Court justice found himself at a lost for words was when Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) asked if him a question […]

The left normalized violence: White student assaulted for cultural appropriation

(Caryn Rousseau / The Associated Press)

The left on college campuses has targeted white students for the phantom crime of cultural appropriation. They claim that Caucasians have no culture, and everything is racist because it has been stolen from a former European colony. Besides the fact that this is blatantly untrue, it also has normalized hatred among campus bodies. People are accused […]

George Lopez talks about pimping out Ivanka Trump

(Associated Press)

Liberals are always preaching about tolerance, respect, and dignity towards women, unless of course, they’re related to President Trump. Comedian George Lopez posted a picture of two dogs humping each other on Instagram Sunday and somehow delved into a conversation about his desire to pimp out First Daughter Ivanka Trump. “Yo @GeorgeLopez when we gonna […]

Gorsuch who? Most millennials can’t name a single Supreme Court Justice

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The Senate hearings for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch began on Monday, but most millennials might not have noticed. A poll taken by CSPAN from March 7-to-9 found that only 27 percent millennials could name a Supreme Court Justice. The most identifiable justice was Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Meanwhile, Stephen Breyer and Elena Kagan were the […]

Latino immigrant shuts down anti-Trump protestor (in the most New York way) [VIDEO]


New York City subways are famous for their panhandlers, religious preachers, and protestors. However, one anti-Trump protester got shut down by an Ecuadorian immigrant who wants to make America great again. Robert Herrera, a well-known New York City Trump supporter, was on the subway on March 17th when a man started screaming how the President […]

“The fatal conceit”: Dave Brat quotes Hayek to wreck RyanCare [VIDEO]


Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA) doesn’t like the new healthcare bill coming out of Washington and is using libertarian philosophy to smack it down. “What’s wrong with it, in a nutshell, it’s like we’re acting like we can create one-fifth of the national economy and manage it from a federal level top down from D.C.,” Brat said. […]

Gen-Z YouTubers are rebelling against political correctness


Millennials created the first YouTube celebrity, people like Tyler Oakley and Jenna Marbles whose videos gave them millions of fans. Other than tutorials and comedy, millennial vloggers were almost without exception liberals who would campaign for any progressive movement and politician. That all changed in the last few months. YouTube celebrities who are more popular […]

Donald Trump: Flint’s unlikely hero

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Just two days after President Trump met with Flint’s Mayor Karen Weaver, the Environmental Protection Agency awarded $100 million to the city to upgrade their damaged water system. Weaver met with Trump during his visit to Detroit on Wednesday and spoke briefly about the ongoing water crisis that has plagued Flint since April 2014, reported The […]

No, Trump’s budget isn’t going to kill grandma

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Liberals are losing their mind about President Trump’s budget. The New York Times’ Nicholas Kristof even compared it to the sacking of Rome in 455 AD because of its heavy cuts to domestic programs. They’ve become so hysterical that some progressives are claiming that the President is ending “Meals on Wheels,” which is not true. […]

Fake Brews: Paul Ryan’s Irish beer toast gets roasted on Twitter


Speaker Paul Ryan was trying to give a poised, inspirational toast for St. Patrick’s Day on Friday, but the beer he was holding was pretty pathetic. The internet quickly dubbed it the “worst pint of Guinness imaginable.” Irish writers were especially harsh to the Speaker, tweeting that they couldn’t even look at the pint. They […]