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Russ appeared on Coast to Coast AM

Russ appeared on Coast to Coast AM, the syndicated radio show with America’s  largest overnight radio audience. Here’s a summary posted on the show’s site. Date:  12-05-09 Host:  Ian Punnett Guests:  Russ Baker Ian Punnett welcomed award-winning investigative reporter Russ Baker, who discussed the connections between the Bush family and the intelligence community, as well […]

Russ Baker on the PBS station WGBH, with host Emily Rooney

Russ Baker appears on the PBS station WGBH with host Emily Rooney to discuss the stunning revelations contained in his new book on the Bush Dynasty,”Family of Secrets.” Interview topics range from George Bush Senior’s secret life in intelligence work preceding his directorship of the CIA; answers to why the elder Bush cannot remember where […]

Air America Interview with Ron Reagan

For those of you who missed Russ’s July 8 interview with Ron Reagan on Air America, the show has kindly provided recordings of the broadcast for your listening pleasure: Ron Reagan Interview, Segment 1 (mp3) Ron Reagan Interview, Segment 2 (mp3) Ron Reagan Interview, Segment 3 (mp3) Ron Reagan Interview, Segment 4 (mp3)

Kwiatkowski Praises Family of Secrets

Lt. Col. Karen Kwiatkowski, former NSA and Pentagon official and arch-critic of the Iraq invasion, has strongly recommended Family of Secrets. She recently discussed the book and offered her own thoughts on the Bushes in a column for I recently read Russ Baker’s Family of Secrets, because Lew interviewed Russ Baker and it sounded […]

Russ on the Marc Steiner Show

Last Thursday, Russ was interviewed by Marc Steiner on Baltimore’s WEAA public radio. The broadcast generated a heavy response from listeners. You don’t want to miss it. Click here to listen to the show on the Web or here to download the mp3.


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