Fred Barnes Weight Loss
Fred Barnes is well-known as a journalist who was born on February 1, 1943 and works in The Weekly Standard as the executive editor of the news publication and even the Fox News Channel program is one of the TV programs where Fred Barnes often appears as well; moreover, the TV program entitled The Beltway Boys with Mort Kondracke that the Fox News Channel airs is also co-hosted by him. Fred Barnes is not only known as a journalist or a host of television program, but he is also known for Fred Barnes weight loss which has been promoted by him a few times ago. Here, we are going to know more about Fred Barnes’ life story.
Rather than knowing about the Fred Barnes weight loss now, we can know about Fred Barnes’ early life and journalism career that makes him known by society and succeed to be a journalist and also commentator. Actually, Barnes’ father is an Air Force officer, Barnes attended St. Stephens School in Alexandria and he graduated from there in 1960 before he decided to fight in the U.S. Army for two years. After he came back from the army, the University of Virginia was attended by him and he took history as his focus of study.
His desire for studying and learning more and more did not stop after he graduated from the University of Virginia, and it was proven by his effort and struggle to be a Nieman Fellow when the Harvard University was attended by him. Then, several years were spent well by him as a journalist with The Charleston News and Courier located in Charleston, South Carolina and due to his well effort, he could prove that he was good as a reporter for the Washington Star in 1979 that can be regarded as his beginning carrier. After he moved to the Baltimore Sun, the Supreme Court and the White House were covered by him for the Star.
He never stopped to be better in his carrier and he proven that by being senior editor and White House correspondent for The New Republic for ten years counted from 1985 to 1995. As a successful journalist becoming a senior editor, his writing was really precious and important then, the “Presswatch” media column was also written by Fred Barnes for the American Spectator. Before he was known for Fred Barnes weight loss, he was well-known as one of the panelists on the public affairs show for ten years counted from 1988 to 1998 in The McLaughin Group and the show’s host often referred him to as Freddy “the Beadle” Barnes.
Fred Barnes’ later life is known because of the favorable biography of President George W. Bush which was written by himself and he gave the title Rebel in Chief and then it was also reviewed in The Washington Monthly by Isaac Chotiner in 2006. After that, he was become a member of the board of trustees of The Fund for American Studies where he became a senior fellow and he decided to dedicate his life for serving. His life might not be easy, but it will really inspire every person who knows well his life story.
Do you still remember the 2008 Presidential Election which John McCain becomes Barrack Obama’s opposite to achieve the position as the U.S President? A John McCain victory was predicted by Fred Barnes. Well, after that Barnes has been called as the most shamelessly partisan pundit in the country by The Washington Monthly that surprise many people beating Fred Barnes weight loss.