John Beam grew up in a military family. In his youth he was stupid. He believes he’s less stupid now.
His firm belief in the founding principles of equality, liberty, and responsible freedom leave him outside much of 21st Century political discourse.
Instead, he tries to surround himself with people who can make him smarter, stronger, calmer, and better able to live out those ideals—whether through like-minded cooperation or spirited dialog and debate.
He writes about the heroes he wishes he could find IRL, who uphold good ideas old and new. And while he writes about conspiracy theories because they are exciting, he does his best to resist putting too much stock in them.
His first published work is the UnCivil Liberties Series. Find out more about his work at BeaconCreativePublishing.com/JB