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Friday, August 25, 2017

Columnist Tom Lyons Quits Sarasota Herald Tribune Due to Lee Williams 'The Gun Writer' Becoming New Topics Editor and His Boss, Apparently.


Columnist Tom Lyons Quits Sarasota Herald Tribune Due to Lee Williams 'The Gun Writer' Becoming New Topics Editor and His Boss, Apparently. On August 10th this year I noticed an article written in the Sarasota Herald Tribune by Lee Williams "Topics Editor". I had known Lee Williams as a reporter for the Herald Tribune, it appears now that he is an Editor for the newspaper. So I was not too surprised that Columnist Tom Lyons quit after a guy who so completely opposite in views of all kinds is now his boss. Tom Lyons is anti-cop, anti-local government, anti-US Military etc, etc, he also appeared to be a local cheerleader for the ACLU Sarasota goons. Lee Williams is pro-cop, pro-local government, and pro-US Military, etc, etc. drastic change here. This guy Lyons was the exact opposite of me too, he is a far left liberal who was savior of the drug infested criminal element in downtown Sarasota he called 'homeless', but he was smart and never wavering in his beliefs, good luck Tom Lyons:

TOM LYONS WROTE AUGUST 23rd: My one peek at the partially eclipsed sun was shared 
with the human resources director. We took turns using her eclipse glasses outside just after I did some paperwork with her to quit my job. I didn't want to, and am in a bit of shock about it, but I knew I had to. The new executive editor had named a new "topics editor" (LEE WILLIAMS) and, unfortunately for me, also made him my boss. The executive editor knows I have long had a strong personal antipathy for the man he assigned to become my supervising editor. The reasons for my feelings may not matter, but my clear promise that this change would leave me no choice but to quit got me nowhere. Had my new editor been, say, Steve Bannon, I might have given it a go. Assigning this particular editor to me was a sharp stick in the eye. The Herald-Tribune's publisher soon urged me to stay, and I much appreciate that. He talked up my value to the newspaper and repeatedly said all the right things. But he also said he had to let the new executive editor "create his own team" of editors" and so, as publisher, he could not meddle in decisions like this. He could only urge me to just give it a try. I thanked him sincerely for his nice words but said that this was not an option. I have had many editors, loved some and unpleasantly butted heads with others, but this was different. Coming to work would be a daily bite of (insert gross sandwich-related metaphor here.)


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