Herb Meyer

Herb Meyer

Herb Meyer served as special assistant to CIA Director Bill Casey from 1981-87. He was Casey’s right-hand man at the CIA in the 1980s, where he joined Casey and Ronald Reagan as a central player in the take-down of the Soviet Union. He is the author of "How to Analyze Information" and "The Cure for Poverty."

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A judgment on intelligence

November 4, 2013 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems, Military & Foreign Policy

Editor’s note: This article first appeared at American Thinker.

Despite everything you’ve gleaned from spy novels and movies, the most important raw material for a successful intelligence service isn’t information; it’s judgment.  If you don’t know what information is worth … More>

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Egypt confronts modernity – Q&A with Herbert Meyer

July 9, 2013 | by | Topic: Military & Foreign Policy

In light of the turmoil in Egypt, The Center for Vision & Values contacted its longtime friend Herb Meyer. Mr. Meyer was special assistant to the director of the Central Intelligence Agency in the Reagan administration. He also served as … More>

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V&V Q&A: Cows, Communists, and Cell Phones—and Wall Street

October 19, 2011 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems

Editor’s Note: The “V&V Q&A” is an e-publication from The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College. Our latest “V&V Q&A” is with Herb Meyer, who from 1981-87 served as special assistant to CIA director Bill Casey. Meyer More>

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V&V Q&A: On the Crisis in Georgia with Herb Meyer

August 13, 2008 | by | Topic: Military & Foreign Policy, Vision & Values Concise E-publications

Editor’s Note: The “V&V Q&A” is an e-publication from the Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College. Each issue will present an interview with an intriguing thinker or opinion-maker that we hope will prove illuminating to readers everywhere. More>

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