What a historical look at immigration policy tells us about our national sense of fear.
Sean Patrick Hughes
Sean Patrick Hughes is an author, veteran, non-profit founder (care4us.org) and a special needs father. He’s contributed to multiple media outlets including the Washington Post, Playboy and other online media outlets. A veteran of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom and a Bronze Star recipient, Sean graduated of the United States Naval Academy and the University of San Diego Graduate School of Business and separated from the Navy at the rank of Commander. He lives in Southern California with his wife Annette and three boys .
On this Memorial Day, we honor our fallen with honesty.
We took a look a look at the American economy over the last 50 years. What the data shows about our economy is surprising. What it tells us about ourselves is the real shock.
On the 70th Anniversary of the unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany and the end of WWII in Europe, a warning from Ike.
What happens when people feel that they have no voice? Why this matters now more than ever for a post-racial America.
April 15th marked the 150th anniversary of the death of Abraham Lincoln. This is the final installment of a four part series on what made Lincoln, Lincoln.
How strong is your love of country? Is it subject to a review of the facts? Chartwell West takes an unfiltered look at American Exceptionalism.
Chartwell West takes an objective look at our past leaders through the lens of data. What our algorithm says is quite telling.
On the 150th anniversary the passing of the 13th Amendment, Chartwell West asks, how far have we come? How far should we have come?