U.S. Election Notebook #3: Calculus of ‘misspeaking’

In the third of a series entitled U.S. Election Notebook, Athabasca University professor Paul Kellogg suggests that Donald Trump’s extremist rhetoric cannot be dismissed as just ‘misspeaking’. Read the second in the series, which asks if there is a comparison between the 2016 campaign of Donald Trump, and the 1964 campaign of Barry Goldwater. Donald Trump’s campaign is playing on … [Read more...]

U.S. Election Notebook #2: Memories of Goldwater

In the second of a series entitled U.S. Election Notebook, Athabasca University professor Paul Kellogg asks if there is a comparison between the 2016 campaign of Donald Trump, and the 1964 campaign of Barry Goldwater. Read the first in the series, which discusses the late summer crises of Donald Trump’s campaign for president of the United States. Trump’s early August … [Read more...]

U.S. Election Notebook #1: Grief of the Parents

humayun khan

In the first of a series entitled U.S. Election Notebook, Athabasca University professor Paul Kellogg focuses on the late summer crises of Donald Trump’s campaign for president of the United States. Humayun Khan was a US soldier, one of the thousands who died during George W. Bush’s ill-considered war on Iraq. Khan served with the 1st Infantry Division, until killed in a car bomb … [Read more...]