Fred Reed

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For the journalist and translator, see Fred A. Reed.
Fred Reed
Born 1945 (age 70–71)
Crumpler, West Virginia, United States
Occupation Journalist, columnist, author
Genre Journalism, politics

Fred Reed (born 1945 in Crumpler, West Virginia) is a writer and former technology columnist for The Washington Times.[1] He has also written for The American Conservative[2] and[3] Additionally, he has spoken at one American Renaissance conference[4] and currently writes for Taki's Magazine.[5] A former Marine and Vietnam War veteran, Reed is a police writer and an occasional war correspondent. Reed writes weekly columns for the website Fred on Everything.

Reed's output includes attacks on feminism,[6] George W. Bush,[7] Israel and evolution.[8]

Reed lives in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.


  • A Brass Pole in Bangkok: A Thing I Aspire to Be (2006)
  • Nekkid in Austin (2002)
  • The Great Possum-Squashing and Beer Storm of 1962: Reflections on the Remains of My Country (2000)


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