If you get up early Monday morning, you can catch Rep. Paul Ryan, R-WI, 1st District, on national TV.
Well, cable, but it's practically the same thing. Ryan will be co-hosting CNBC's Squawk Box (Brings Wall Street to Main Street.), talking about the country's economic challenges -- "both our current economic uncertainty and our looming fiscal crisis," as an aide put it -- and, no doubt, also bringing up his Roadmap for America's Future proposal.
CNBC is Channel 47 on Time-Warner cable, for those of you who, like me, ignore the financial channels in times when the stock market is tanking -- the Dow's down 184 as I type this. Ryan will be on from 6 to 8 a.m. For more about the show, visit its website.