Ezra Levant

Ezra Levant Ezra Levant is the former publisher of the Western Standard , which created substantial controversy with its publication of the infamous Danish cartoons. Ezra also appears regularly on TV and radio as a political pundit, and is the author of several books, including Fight Kyoto . His first book, Youthquake , was written when he was a student intern with The Fraser Institute. Before helping to found the Western Standard , Ezra worked in Ottawa for several opposition leaders, and as a lawyer in Calgary. He is one of Canada's most entertaining conservative-wunder pundits and has been referred to by Mike Duffy as "one of the brightest and most articulate people of his generation."