Jon Ham is a conservative journalist in North Carolina works for the John Locke Foundation and regularly blogs on Right Angles, a section of the JLF's web site dedicated to the Research Triangle area of North Carolina. He also writes for Carolina Journal.
His writings tend to attack and ridicule the claimed stupidity and duplicitousness of liberals (both in the United States and world-wide) and those in the "left wing" in general, focusing in particular on the nonexistence of global warming and other neoconservative themes.
His late father, J.W. Ham, was a career cryptographer in the Army Signal Corps from 1940 to 1966. 
His daughter, Mary Katharine Ham [W], wrote for the conservative townhall.com web site from 2005 to 2008, was Online Editor (and a former blogger) for examiner.com, and is now Editor-at-Large at Hot Air.
- User:Woozle/JLF: List of Woozle's comments on Ham's Right Angles blog
- bio at the John Locke Foundation
- articles at Carolina Journal (bio is copied from JLF)
- 2006-07-21 Jon Ham on Agenda Journalism: "Betsy Newmark pointed me to this excellent column by Jon Ham on the way journalism has changed, and not for the better."
- 2007-11-06 Is Jon Ham a moron or what?: "I keep telling myself that there's absolutely no reason to waste my time reading the John Locke Foundation's "Right Angles" blog. And yet, like a wreck on the highway, sometimes i can't help driving by at a slow speed, staring in disbelief."