I used to hunt people. They were violent men who were trying to kill other people. Sometimes it was the innocent they were after. Other times it was the less innocent—my friends […]
Sean Patrick Hughes
Founder, writer, veteran, special needs parent
They’re all walking out today. And I support it. I’m guilty though. I’ve been playing both sides of an argument. I realized it when I read an article posted by Alex Tabarak, […]
I started writing this post last year the night I took my boys to see Thor Ragnarok. As has happened too often over the last two years though, a mass shooting, this […]
A century ago, people started making movies as far away from New Jersey as possible in order to keep Thomas Edison’s Motion Picture Patents Company from enforcing the patents they had on […]
Watching gun rights advocates try to figure out what to do with the children of the #neveragain movement over the last week or so has been an interesting lesson.
Earlier this week, David L. Brooks from the New York Times wrote an Op-Ed about the cultural rift in America and how the path to gun control runs through mutual cultural respect.
It’s obvious by now. We have a problem. Since 2015, we’ve lost more children to school shootings than we’ve lost soldiers to war. We’ve gone an entire calendar month without a child […]