In her August 5 radio broadcast Dr. Laura Schlessinger, one of America's most listened-to radio hosts and high-profile Orthodox Jews, publicly distanced herself from her adopted faith claiming ...
Laura Catherine Schlessinger (born January 16, 1947) is an American talk radio host and author. " The Dr. Laura Program," heard weekdays for three hours on Sirius XM Radio, consists mainly of her responses to callers' requests for personal advice and often features her short monologues on social and political topics.Her website says that her show "preaches, teaches, and nags abo...
“I think Judaism is better off not being saddled and directly associated with Dr. Laura’s means,” he said, adding, “although she is still a Jew.” Schlessinger’s office said she was ...
After a few years with Ballance, Schlessinger began the program that still runs today as The Dr. Laura Show, although she is neither a medical doctor nor a psychologist. Her PhD is in physiology -- a degree which has nothing to do with human interpersonal relations.
Dr. Laura is one of the most popular talk show hosts in radio history, offering no-nonsense advice infused with a strong sense of ethics, accountability and personal responsibility.
Laura Schlessinger: ... we wouldn't really care. But you see, Dr. Laura, you're Jewish. And by extension, your bigotry rubs down on us. Oh, not that much, considering you are only half-Jewish by birth, and after converting to Orthodox Judaism in the 1990s, quit it altogether less than a decade later. But still. You're Jewish. Sort of. So please ...
"I think Judaism is better off not being saddled and directly associated with Dr. Laura's means," he said, adding, "although she is still a Jew." -----It's the other way around. Dr. Laura is better off not being saddled with Judaism. Judaism and Jews have long tended toward the direction of the Episcopal church and Marxism.
Dr. Laura Loses Her Religion. ... Controversial syndicated radio-show host and public advocate of Orthodox Judaism Laura Schlessinger — "Dr. Laura," as she is known to her 12 million daily ...
On August 5, 2003, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, America's most outspoken Orthodox Jew, made a bombshell broadcast to her 12 million radio listeners. She announced that she would no longer practice Judaism. "I still see myself as a Jew," confessed Dr. Laura, who underwent an Orthodox conversion five years ago.
Dr. Laura Schlessinger is Not a Christian I've seen several instances online of people referring to Dr. Laura, in a less-than-approving-way, ... She practiced that for a while, and then stopped practicing Orthodox Judaism, but still considers herself Jewish as far as religious affiliation.