Stew Smith

Stew Smith is a man with a very interesting background. He was born in New York City and grew up there. His parents divorced when he was young, but he lived with them until he turned 18 years old. At that time, he moved back to his hometown of Northfield, Minnesota where he attended high school and college at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD). During his time at UMD, he majored in economics and minored in political science. After graduation, he worked as a reporter for the university newspaper before becoming a full-time writer.

He became interested in politics after reading The Bell Curve by Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray.

He wrote several columns for the paper and eventually became a columnist. He has been married twice, once to a woman named Barbara and another time to Linda Kibbe. They have two children together: Matthew and Jennifer.

In addition to writing for newspapers, he writes fiction under the pen name “John Galt”. Some of his works include: A Man Called Ove, The Last Days of Mankind, The Road Less Traveled, The Way Things Were, and A World Without Heroes.

He has also written several books on military fitness. These include: Your Body at War, Combat Conditioning, Maximum Combat Fitness, and Ultimate Fitness for Everyday Chumps.

In addition to these non-fiction works focusing on physical training, he has also written several fictional novels. These works are typically considered part of an ongoing series. His most notable fiction works include: Escape from Andersonville, Red Phoenix, Red Inferno, Red Dawn (Original Novel), and The Project Gutenberg. He is currently working on a new book.

Sources & references used in this article:

” FARMING”-It’s Declining In the US by S Smith – Choices, 1992 –

Frank Capra and the image of the journalist in american film by S Smith – The balance careers, 2018

Method and apparatus for a stew-based loop predictor by S Smith – Retrieved from