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John Baer

John M. Baer is a graduate of Mount St. Mary's University in Maryland, holds a Masters Degree from Temple University, is a former Fellow of the American Political Science Assn. in Washington, under whose auspices he studied at the Brookings Institution and worked a year in Congress, and a Fellow of the Loyola University School of Law's inaugural Journalist Law School program in Los Angeles. The National Journal (in 2002) called Baer one of the country's top 10 political journalists outside Washington, saying Baer has, "the ability to take the skin off a politician without making it hurt too much."


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Latest post: New reports question Kane's version of "the sting" - 04/17/2014
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New voting-patterns suggests a drop-off in this year’s election, especially among women, can boost PA’s embattled incumbent.
John Baer: Nearly a month after the Inquirer broke the story of a controversial Philly case, top elected prosecutors continue to battle over its merits.
Sting informant: Brave asset or unreliable?

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