Podcast: Why Occupy? A government and history teacher explains

Podcast: Why Occupy? A government, history teacher explains James Fetzer interviewed me on his radio show and podcast, The Real Deal, to walk Americans through the central arguments of Occupy: The 1% “leadership” in politics, banking, and corporate media commit crimes centering in war and money, and then lie about them. These crimes annually kill […]

Podcast: teaching critical thinking skills for civic education

source: Carl Herman, Examiner.com Dr. James Fetzer interviewed me on his radio show and podcast, The Real Deal, in discussion of the central problems and solutions of the US economic crisis. The interview is here (you can fast-forward through commercials and music that covers local program information). The printed article and classroom lesson on teaching critical thinking […]

Podcast: understanding US economic crimes, obvious solutions to unleash trillions

source: Carl Herman, Examiner.com Dr. James Fetzer interviewed me on his radio show and podcast, The Real Deal, in discussion of the central problems and solutions of the US economic crisis. The interview is here.  Dr. Fetzer has published more than 100 articles and reviews, and is author to 20 books in the philosophy of […]

Carl Herman interview: explaining war laws and war lies; how Americans will end wars, restart US economy

source with interview. James Fetzer interviewed me on his radio show and podcast, The Real Deal, in discussion of the evidence to prove beyond any doubt current US wars are tragic-comic unlawful; Orwellian in the distance between the disclosed and verifiable evidence and the law. The article with links of documentation is here to prove […]

Carl Herman podcast: explaining the evidence of Iraq war were all known lies; war is clearly unlawful

engage with Operation Mockingbird agent comments at source. James Fetzer interviewed me on his radio show and podcast, The Real Deal, to walk Americans through the disclosed evidence for war with Iraq to demonstrate beyond doubt that claims for war were all known as false at the time they were told to the American public. […]