Ten years later, what my mother’s passing taught me about American healthcare.
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 .
The changing demographic of the 21st century American conservative.
In 2004, the Mannings told us Eli was too good for San Diego. Data shows, they were right.
Why we shouldn’t care about presidential primary debates, even though we so clearly do.
The question that no one is willing to ask for America’s modern problems.
Beyond the nostalgia and faded understanding of the past, what the data tells us about life in 1950’s America and where we are today.
In a war that has asked so little of so many, what those who have sacrificed so desperately need from those who haven’t.
Some thoughts on a morning of prayer and grief in Paris.
A simple request from a veteran on veteran’s day.
Why it’s so critical, now more than ever for our head of government to be above the fray.