Wisconsin Republican Paul Ryan got a standing ovation in the House of Representatives Tuesday when he repeated his intention to say on the job.  Reports had emerged last week that the House Speaker was thinking about leaving Congress at the end of his current two-year term, or possibly after the Republican tax bill is passed.  In a closed-door meeting with other Republicans Ryan reportedly said it made no sense to leave when “we’re winning and have the momentum.”  Ryan became Speaker of the House two years ago when he replaced John Boehner.