American Grandpa challenges a post on Facebook and gets an interesting response. He’s asking you to own your posts.
The last in Grandpa’s series on the Equality Act. He discusses the intended and unintended consequences of this law designed to protect LGBTQ rights.
Grandpa fourth article in his series on the Equality Act discusses a real life case of a Colorado baker and what it teaches us about the Equality Act.
The American Grandpa describes how some great comments from readers took him on intellectual detour that broaden his understanding
Grandpa continues his discussion of the LGBTQ Equality Act. Today’s question is what evidence to the bill’s supporters provide that there is a LGBTQ crisis?
American Grandpa start his series discussing the moral and political dysfunction of the Republican Party and what we can do about it. He starts with a case study: The Equality Act (LBGTQ rights bill), currently before the senate.
American Grandpa makes a decision to begin campaigning for change in American politics. A phone call from his daughter helped him realize how his Republican Party had changed from the reason and optimism of the Reagan party to the fear and crisis of the Trump Party.
A Ron Howard claimed authorship of an essay entitled “I am a Liberal” and American Grandpa (using the name Vincey) responds to Opie (THE Ron Howards character in the Andy Griffith Show). Grandpa responds as a Pragmatic Conservative Independent discussing healthcare, education, taxation and government spending, living wage, religion, racism, immigration, and political correctness.
THIS IS A REPOST FROM NOVEMBER, 2020 THAT SOMEHOW GOT DELETED IN MY REDESIGN. I WANTED TO REPOST IT BECAUSE I INTEND TO HOLD MR. BIDEN TO WHAT I SAID (AND WHAT HE SAID). Dear Mr. President-elect, My name is Vincent Bath and I am a humble, middle-class American. I have little political power beyond…… Continue reading An Open Letter to President-elect Biden
It’s really hard for me to talk about race because it’s really hard for me to care about race. Part of my indifference is due to the fact that I really don’t know how to be anything other than white. It’s not my fault. I was born white in a small town in Utah where…… Continue reading Why Race Doesn’t Matter to Me