Sunday, June 10, 2012

Whale Warz

Hey Midwestern farmers, those UFOs you spotted last week might have actually been government drones spying on you! They must ensure you do not disobey the new dung regulations. The EPA has decided to start a War On Biology and now regulates where cattle can crap. Evidentially a cow patty or two made its way to a river and all of a sudden the feces brigade is patrolling the skies.

Forget the constitutional implications, I am outraged that the EPA isn’t doing more. I am sick and tired of whales defecating in our oceans! The EPA needs to immediately launch a submarine fleet and systematically destroy ANY creature producing excrement in our glorious waterways.

The undignified citizenry peeing in the pool must become a thing of the past. For generations toddlers, tweens and socialists have freely liberated their bladders in swimming pools nation wide. This indignation must be immediately and forcefully corrected. I DEMAND the EPA install underwater cameras and urine censors in all recreational swimming facilities. Additionally, We must subject all citizens entering pools to CT scans; it is imperative we keep those with small bladders and colon disease out

And finally, something must be done about those disgusting, disgraceful, unseemly, salmon in Alaska. These vile fish have the nerve to mate in OUR Rivers! How dare these cretins of the currents make sweet aquatic love, and God forbid give birth in America's rivers. I am formally calling on the EPA to partner with Planned Parenthood and caviar chefs worldwide to mandate and carry out forced aquatic abortions. Furthermore, the National Institute for Science must quickly clone thousands of bears; without natural predators these disgusting fish will continue to spawn.

Friends, without these drastic measures our civilization will crumble into an abyss of sewage and dysentery. Join me in my call to action and free our society from the grip of biology!

I’m Shane Wright and I’m changing the world, one outburst at a time!

Friday, June 8, 2012

I got goose bumps, you will too.

I am not going to waste your time by asking you to read a flowery introduction to this audio. Find 13 minutes and enjoy. The great part comes at the end but it is imperative to listen and follow the entire call or the ending wont make sense.

Greatest Boortz Moment in years.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Join The Resistance

Resist 44 is launching in just a few days! We are dedicated to winning the social media war this election cycle and energizing the youth vote! Find us at and follow us at @Resist_44 ! Will you join the resistance?

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Repeal, but don't Replace!

American politicians are fundamentally misguided, across both parties and at every level, from local municipalities to Capitol Hill. Our politicians believe they are hired by the people to legislate for the people, therefore these politicians measure their success by how much legislation and regulation they are able to pass. This must change; we must disassociate the passage of legislation to success as a politician. More laws and additional regulations are only harming Americans. This nation needs bold leaders who are willing to go against the status quo and fight to repeal burdensome rules. It is essential that we as citizens end the culture of forcing officials to justify their existence by the number of laws they write, I am more inclined to vote for a do nothing politician than an individual who’s only goal is to churn out new government policy.

I believe that we as citizens are capable of making the best decisions for our own lives, I don’t need a politician to tell me what type of light bulb I should buy, I don’t need some government official to tell me what sort of toilet I can and cannot put in my home. I certainly don’t need the President to use the police power of government to force me to purchase a product. These laws and regulations only serve to restrict individual freedoms. Each new regulation, harmless as it may seem further tightens the noose around the neck of the people’s liberty.

Join me in advocating that our representatives put down the pen and pull out the shredder. If government legislators and regulators would stand aside and allow the people to function free of their senseless shackles this Nation would find new life and be rejuvenated by a fresh breath of freedom. 

Sunday, February 19, 2012

An Unfortunate Reality, Obama's Fairness Doctrine

The concept of fairness in America has been horribly and tragically distorted under the Obama administration.  President Obama and his left wing counterparts have spent the last three years screaming from the mountaintops that the “Rich” need to pay their fair share.  Time and time again President Obama has had the audacity to pursue an economic policy agenda that creates a mythical sense of economic fairness instead of legitimate economic stability. Logic, history, and reason be damned, this administration seeks to redistribute the wealth and punish the evil and villainous rich no matter what the consequences may be.

President Obama’s definition of fairness is fiscal equality; that my friends is flawed logic. This administration seeks to manufacture fiscal fairness by lowering the ceiling to raise the floor.  Punishing the successful does nothing to help the unsuccessful, it in fact harms them by taking liquid cash out of the marketplace. If your house were on fire would you want the firefighters to come put your house out, or light every house in the neighborhood on fire to establish a sense of equality? This is essentially what the Obama administration is attempting to do. In lieu of actually developing sound economic policy and creating jobs, the liberals seek to punish the wealthy in a veiled attempt to appease the poor and make them feel better. That’s Obama’s flawed and dangerous definition of fairness.

The beautiful thing about America is everyone has opportunity if they choose to pursue it. I do understand that the playing field is not even, however nowhere on earth is there ever an even playing field. The “Equal Playing Field” concept is an abstract utopian idea that does not account for familial and generational success; it is unrealistic to assume that each generation will destroy its wealth instead of passing it on to the next. A great motivator of mankind is working to better the lives of those to come. The “Equal Playing Field” rhetoric discounts the very nature of who we are as a people.

Nevertheless, in the United States everyone is at least able to climb the proverbial ladder to success. Every citizen and most residents have access to public education. Although public schools systems vary in quality, all schools are held to a minimum standard by federal and state organizations. Even a student in the most disadvantaged, downtrodden area is still afforded the opportunity to succeed. The unfortunate reality is that some individuals must work harder to climb the ladder than others but the opportunity to climb still exists. It is of great importance that we remember nowhere in the Constitution are we guaranteed the right to an easy climb. I understand overcoming difficult circumstances is often arduous, tedious, tiresome and grueling. However, if an individual fails to graduate high school, fails to enroll in a GED program or vocational school, fails to join the military, fails to apply for Pell grants or subsidized education assistance, and fails to utilize job training programs, taxpayers and society should not be held liable for their lack of motivation.

I used to volunteer at a homeless shelter in Atlanta. During that time I had the pleasure of witnessing individuals go from homeless with no education, to earning their GED, or in some cases, even graduating college. Overcoming difficult circumstances is possible; all it takes is work ethic, desire to succeed, dedication and determination. No nation can promise easy access to prosperity but here, everyone has access to acquire the tools necessary for success.

Furthermore, if an individual finds himself or herself in a difficult life situation, be it a drug addiction, alcoholism, or even an unplanned pregnancy, society should not be held liable for circumstances they created for themselves. This great land is full of opportunity; if an individual fails to attain success it is his or her own fault. This is a nation where personal responsibility trumps all else. I have worked long and hard to set myself up for success and I should not be punished for someone else’s failure to do the same. The United States is filled with charitable organizations that exist to catch individuals when they fall and get them back on their feet. Americans give more to charity than any other people group on the planet. If someone does not seek help they have made a conscious decision to fail, as sad and unfortunate as that is, taxpayers should not be held liable for their mistakes.

Friends we must not fall into the trap of President Obama’s Fairness Doctrine. We should be proud of our successes and not made to feel guilty for the fruits of our labor. We must rise up and speak out against the senseless entitlement programs that enslave the unsuccessful. So long as we continue to give handouts we will never inspire the impoverished to better their situation. We must make living on welfare uncomfortable in order to motivate entitlement recipients to seek education and work. If President Obama and his cronies spent their time educating and inspiring the lower class instead of punishing and lambasting the upper class, America would slowly begin to resemble the great country we once were. A country of prosperity and opportunity rather than a country plagued by the class warfare this administration so ardently seeks to create. That sounds fair to me.

I’m Shane Wright, and I’m changing the world, one outburst at a time.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Rest In Peace Steve.

Today the world mourns the loss of Steve Jobs. He was the visionary of all visionaries, the greatest business mind the world has ever known and the Thomas Edison of this century. Steve Jobs is one of the few men throughout history who will not only be remembered in his own time, but whose impact will be felt for generations to come. Steve Jobs fundamentally changed the way we interact with, and comprehend technology. Steve Jobs changed the world.

Not only did he change the world as we know it, he is the perfect example of capitalism at its finest. Steve Jobs was never given anything. Two blue-collar middle class parents adopted Steve; he did not come from wealth by any stretch of the imagination. Jobs went on to defy the mainstream and drop out of college to eagerly pursue his own passions.  Jobs would go on to sell his VW van for $1000 dollars so he could build his first circuit board in his parent’s garage, the rest his history.

Steve Jobs followed his heart, took risk, pursued his passion, believed in his own innovativeness and refused to accept failure. A blue-collar college drop out built one of the worlds most profitable corporations in less than thirty years. What started in his parent’s garage would go on to be the most revered company of our time. Truly, Steve Jobs will be an inspiration to countless innovators and entrepreneurs for generations to come. If ever there was an argument for American Capitalism Steve Jobs is it, he is the embodiment of the American dream.

I was planning on posting about the Legislation behind the new banking fees today, and why we should blame congress not the banking industry. However that will have to wait, as I felt compelled to discuss Steve. 

Thursday, September 22, 2011

An open letter to my generation.

Birthdays are a time to reflect, a time to ponder ones place in the universe and society at large. Today on my 22nd birthday I am having such a reflection; I have come to the disturbing and disheartening conclusion that my generation has become exceedingly apathetic. If even one of you read and comprehend this letter I will take solace in the fact that I may have planted a seed for future intellectual thought.

                  Friends, peers, family, acquaintances, strangers, I implore you to open your eyes to the current state of global affairs. For too long the majority of you have allowed yourselves to remain ignorant. For too long you have delighted in your own obliviousness to the precarious circumstances we are on the precipice of. If we as a nation are to remain a relevant entity in global governance we must prepare ourselves to take the reins from the destructive, ineffective and fraudulent leadership of today and seek to restructure the fundamental principals of leadership in America. If we are to prevail through this global economic strife we must be willing to question our entitlement mentalities, we must actively doubt whether perception does in fact equal reality, and we must seek truth and strive for excellence. Presently we have the ability to control our own destiny, yet we remain meek and blissful in our collective ignorance. This must change.

                  Step one is education, not only in the classroom but also on your own time. I have observed that the collective knowledge of our generation regarding pop culture is vast. Our generation must become relevant on the national stage to effect change. For this to occur we must be willing to sacrifice some of our admiration for Hollywood. I encourage you to occasionally put down Twilight and pick up a Newspaper, Change the channel from MTV to CNN, Turn off your radio station and flip it to the local news. Do these things, for even an hour each week and you will be surprised how quickly the proverbial veil is lifted and your place amongst the enlightened is secured.

                  Step two is the willingness to look your peers in the eye and tell them that they are the problem. We did not create the issues our generation will face in the coming years, the $140,000 dollars in deficit spending we are each expected to repay, the crumbling infrastructure, the failing healthcare system, the bankrupt entitlement programs, the Military Industrial Complex we unknowingly live under, were all created by the previous generations. Yet we will be tasked with finding the solutions. We are no longer a hegemonic state, we are moving into a state of multi-polarity not seen since the First World War, we cannot continue the practice of passing the buck and kicking the can down the road, we must tackle these issues head on. Our future depends on our ability to craft creative policy, not on our ability to create new reality television. If we are unwilling to bring our peers out of their ill informed state we will fail, as a generation and a nation.

                  Step three is action. Talk, write, debate, argue, vote, observe. We must begin to participate in the governance of this nation, for it is ours and soon it will be ours to run. Idly standing by and expecting others to carry our weight should no longer be accepted or tolerated.

                  I believe in this generation, I believe in our ability to successfully lead this nation to security and prosperity. We have the education, we have the talent and we have the resources. The only thing we lack is the passion and the motivation to take a stand. Follow me. Together, united, we can, and we will make a difference. Together we will make our voices heard. Together we can achieve greatness. This nation was founded on the hopes, dreams and ideas of very few men, and this nation can be restored and restructured with the hopes, dreams and ideas of the few as well. It will not take many but it will take dedication, determination, and courage. Rise up and break the bonds of ignorance, cease your acceptance of the status quo. Through a concentrated and a determined effort of political action we will effect change. We will be heard. America is calling, will you answer?

I’m Shane Wright, and I’m changing the world, one outburst at a time.