You might be impressed that 274 people are following me on Twitter. Until you know that 265 of them think I am someone else.
Of course, the first question you may ask is why on Earth I am on Twitter in the first place. And in all honesty, there is really no good reason, at least not from a personal standpoint.
Don't feel bad if you don't understand the latest hoopla surrounding a proposed trade deal with Europe and Asia. Usually, you can give politicians credit for simplifying even the most complex issues into something average citizens, and even journalists, can understand.
After Rep. Paul Ryan was named Mitt Romney's running mate in the 2012 presidential election, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a likely candidate in 2016, had a few words of advice for his fellow Wisconsinite.
With six weeks to go before millions could find themselves without affordable health care, Republican leaders in Congress still don't have a plan to respond to the potential disaster for many families.
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Amid the growing chorus of commentators, pundits, consultants and advisors heading into the 2016 presidential election, Rep. Paul Ryan is one of a small group of people who can share advice on the race from personal experience.
And his advice for the Republicans running in 2016?
To be good at running on a presidential ticket you have to be sincere and be yourself, even if it means it will cost you the election.