Search - List of Books by John Baer
John M. Baer is an American journalist working for the Philadelphia Daily News.
Total Books: 14
Baer earned a degree from Mount St. Mary's University in Maryland and a Masters Degree from Temple University. He studied at the Brookings Institution and worked in Congress as a Fellow of the American Political Science Association. He has also attended the Loyola Law School in Los Angeles inaugural Journalist Law School program.
The political website PoliticsPA gave him an "Honorable Mention" in their "Best Capitol Correspondent" feature, saying that Baer's "articles cut through all the Capitol B.S. and gives readers a simple, straightforward understanding of politics and state government." In 2002, the National Journal named him one of the top 10 political journalists outside Washington, DC. In 2005, he was named one of "Pennsylvania's Most Influential Reporters" by the Pennsylvania political news website PoliticsPA.
In 2007, he received a Second Place Keystone Press Award for his column from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. In 2008, the political website PolitickerPA.com named him one of the "Most Powerful Political Reporters" in Pennsylvania. In 2008, he received an "Honorable Mention" Keystone Press Award for his column from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. The Pennsylvania Report named him to the 2009 "The Pennsylvania Report 100" list of influential figures in Pennsylvania politics and described him as the "one journalist who should be read by all politicos."