Monday, April 30, 2012

Capitol Hill Visit

As a part of the Young Republican Leadership Conference, which brought me down to Washington DC for the past five days, the delegation spent a morning on Capitol Hill, meeting with various Congressmen and women, as well as RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.

Meeting Greg Gutfeld

"The 'Right' Solutions" is back from hiatus, and I'm going to start with a brush with fame that I had in Washington: RedEye's Greg Gutfeld.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Hiatus Heads Up

Just wanted to give you, my readers, an alert that I will be on hiatus from blogging a few days, as a result of my upcoming trip to Washington. But have no fear my friends, I will be back on Sunday to continue to provide you, the reader, with expert analysis of the current issues affecting our lives daily, here at "The 'Right' Solutions."

SCOTUS to Review the Arizona Law

As per Article III of the Constitution, the Supreme Court plays a key role in determining the Constitutionality of laws brought before it. Regarding ObamaCare and Citizens United, the Supreme Court has been the focus of news stories and analysis on both sides of the issue. Well, now that they have agreed to review the Arizona Immigration Law, that focus will become even more so.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Obama: Damn this Constitution, It's MY Government

Last night while I was watching Celebrity Apprentice, I found myself cringing at Aubrey O'Day's rhetoric which she used to prop herself up. The constant self-pats, the overuse of I, me, my, etc; absolutely nauseating. And as I was watching, I remembered where I heard this before-that's right: Barack Obama!

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Discovery's Final Flight

With the retirement of the Space Shuttle fleet, the crafts are now being turned over to the museums to which they were assigned. Today was Discovery's turn, which is going to end up at the Udvar-Hazy Center (this museum is a highly recommended visit when in the DC Metro Area) As it made its last flight atop a modified 747, it lapped the National Mall three times at a low altitude. Many gathered to view this amazing craft and it was quite the bittersweet moment. Below is the video of its final flight over The Mall.

The Beckel Incident

Last night, as I was watching Hannity, we all got quite a surprise, as seen in the clip below. (Explicit language...don't say I didn't warn you)

Monday, April 16, 2012


A few years back, Colombia wasn't a safe place. After hearing the awesome time one of my friends had in her travel there last year (I used the above pic she took for this entry) and the improved level of security, combined with the newfound stability of their government, things have definitely turned around. Those in the American government definitely took advantage of the improved atmosphere of Colombia last weekend, whether it was Hillary letting loose or the Secret Service agents...well, you know.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Windy City Woes

With the articles we've been reading, one must ask: what the heck is going on in Chicago?!?

Friday, April 13, 2012

Seeing a Little Bit of Mike Wallace in Larry Conners

Earlier this week, veteran reporter and 60 Minutes Correspondent, Mike Wallace, passed away at the age of 93. Wallace's tough questioning style has definitely set the standard in many journalists/analysts from his son Chris, to Bill O'Reilly. Yesterday, we saw a little bit of Mike Wallace in a local St. Louis reporter, Larry Conners.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Who is Really at War with Women?

Last night, Hilary Rosen, a Democrat hack operative, decided to attack Anne Romney, and thinking in her "Beltway Mentality," she attacked women across the United States. Below are her comments.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

The Santorum Campaign Comes to an End

The long winding road has come to an end. Rick Santorum has decided to suspend his campaign, basically ending his run for the presidency. Campaign insiders have given me various reasons for pulling out and I believe it was a combination of pressure from the establishment, bad internal numbers in Pennsylvania and lack of funds.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Happy Easter

When we think of Easter we think of spring, rebirth, renewal, chocolate candies, the Easter Bunny and getting together with family, but this holiday is one of Christianity's most solemn; the day that Jesus rose from the dead.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Save the Sphere

When the World Trade Center opened in 1971, Fritz Koenig's The Sphere, commissioned in 1966, was the centerpiece of the Austin J. Tobin Plaza, located between the Twin Towers. This large sculpture was a symbol of world peace through trade. For 30 years, the 25 foot sculpture stood in the middle of a series of fountains and was quite a beautiful public space enjoyed by office workers, tourist and Lower Manhattan residents alike.

"(Bleep) Bless the USA?!?"

Talk about the height of political correctness, arrogance and stupidity.

Thursday, April 5, 2012


Let's be honest, I hate calling the President of the United States a liar, as I have respect for the office, but with this clip you will see, I can't help giving my readers a little honest analysis.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Some Relevant and Intereresting Films Soon to be Released

Lately, I have not been impressed with the product that Hollywood is putting out. Even though the industry has been out of touch in recent years, there are a few good relevant ones that come out. And it just so happens these relevant films have a politically right tilt. Let me preview two of them.