Former Secretary of State James Baker issues a personal plea for the incoming administration to help save the endangered species...but how likely is that?
Former Sec. of State James Baker discusses his push to ban ivory sales to put an end to the rampant poaching of elephants with CNN's Fareed Zakaria.
Jeb Bush would seem to be the near-ideal presidential candidate for the billionaires who own American democracy -- he wants what they want and believes what they believe. But now they're making it clear that he's not sufficiently deferential on one particular issue.
NBC, Meet the Press, Sept. 14, 2014. Read more here... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/09/not-chuck-todds-job-correct-baker
Todd swoons over the man with one of the "deepest government resumes EVER." His 28th appearance on Meet The Press is focused on reminiscing the first Iraq War and criticizing our president's strategy to deal with ISIL.
The right wing's attempt at historical revisionism continued on this Sunday's Face the Nation, where host Bob Schieffer allowed former Secretary of State under Ronald Reagan, James Baker, to pretend his old boss regretted vetoing the anti-apartheid act.
Who needs Fox when you've got CNN treating their audience to god-awful programming like Fareed Zakaria's Memo to the President: Road Map for Second Term? It's been airing on their network over the weekend, and it's nothing more than one more long
From Tuesday's Rachel Maddow Show, it turns out that Mitt Romney, during a fundraiser in Montana on July 11th, told supporters of a conversation he had with Ronald Reagan's former Secretary of State James Baker. According to Romney, Baker told
(Even hair was perplexed) [media id=17440] For all the spin, analysis and hand-wringing going on over our economy of late, we often forget it got
James Baker surely didn't make Bill Kristol, John Bolton and any of the other neocon hawks happy who have been beating the drums for either the United
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