Joe Wormington on Sue-Ann Levy

There is no one tougher and no one more direct than [Sue Ann Levy] the iconic Toronto Sun columnist.
No one more biting. She’s afraid of no one.

It’s rare in Canada to have somebody keeping people honest. She is a special character in this city.

On Aug. 23, her book, Underdog: Confessions of a Right-Wing Gay Jewish Muckraker, will finally be on bookshelves. Published by Penguin Random House (Signal Division of McClelland & Stewart), it is a highly anticipated look back at her incredible career and personal life.

But for people in politics, Aug. 23 is a day they may very well be considering booking off sick on. There will be no political correctness or holding back what she thinks or how she feels. Sue-Ann difficult? The great journalists always are.
–Former journalist Joe Wormington, Toronto Sun, Aug. 2, 2016.

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One comment on “Joe Wormington on Sue-Ann Levy
  1. merklin muffley says:

    Sometimes I can’t help being impressed with my own discretion. Imagine sending this to The Sun and not using the word “incestuous”? I ought to get The Order Of Canada. But not before Sue-Ann Levy of course: “With all the asses Joe Warmington has so eagerly kissed over the years, I might have thought he could do better than that belonging to Sue-Ann Levy. What’s next? Her dachshund? ” (Needless to say, my testy little missive will never see the light of day amidst the erudite contributions of Sun readers.)

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