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Laura Schlessinger (1947–), an American radio host, author, and politically conservative commentator. Once a professional counselor, Schlessinger offers advice to callers every day on The Dr. Laura Program, her nationally-syndicated radio show
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She gathers the wisdom of many wise women including Madeleine L'Engle, Laura Schlessinger, Erica Jong, Rachel Carson, Oprah Winfrey, Harper Lee, Lucille Ball, Mother Teresa, Pearl Buck, Cheri Huber, Julia Child, Drew Barrymore, and many more.
Laura Schlessinger is the keynote speaker for The Big Hat Tea for 2013.
Laura Schlessinger rinsing her mouth in the morning.
Laura Schlessinger said that homosexuality is an abomination according to Leviticus 18:22 and cannot be condoned under any circumstances.
The company--which owns and operates some 700 radio stations--earned that standing in part by employing on-air personalities like Sean Hannity and Laura Schlessinger.
Laura Schlessinger, the physiologist who instead practices psychotherapy.
He then uses both perspectives to conduct alternative readings of e-mail discussion threads dealing with the spy case of Los Alamos engineer Wen Ho Lee and the radio personality Laura Schlessinger, as well as Web pages of US presidential candidates and a social activist exposing and combatting anti-Semitism.
Today's leading opinion makers include such radical rightists as Ann Coulter, James Dobson, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Bill O' Reilly, Michael Savage, and Laura Schlessinger.
The author is 57-year-old radio agony aunt Dr Laura Schlessinger, or Dr Laura to her fans, a New Yorker who has been happily married for nearly 20 years to her second husband, Dr Lewis G Bishop, her manager.
The author is 57-year-old radio agony aunt Dr Laura Schlessinger, a New Yorker who has been happily married for nearly 20 years.
The Proper Care And Feeding Of Husbands, by Dr Laura Schlessinger, is out now published by HarperCollins, priced pounds 7.
Entitled The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands: What Successful Marriage is All About, it is written by American agony aunt Laura Schlessinger.