Laura Schlessinger's ''gay friends''--''Frasier'' writer Joe Keean imagines how the doctor entertains her personal friends and ideological enemies. Though Dr. Just how easygoing, how eerily accommodating would a gay couple have to be to maintain a friendship with Dr. And what are the dinner parties like? I imagine they must be something like this:. Kevin and Bob are greeted at the door by Dr.
Madam, - I assume that Cathal Loftus and the Christian Solidarity Party November 24th base their opposition to "those involved in dangerous, unhealthy sexual practices" homosexuals on The Old Testament verse of Leviticus This clearly states that "man shall not lie down with man, as with woman for it is an abomination. Once she received a letter from a listener after she had devoted some airtime to the subject of homosexuals and their "unhealthy sexual practices". This letter calmly thanked Dr Laura for her information and put a few further questions to the doctor using other scriptural references. I won't quote them directly, but they referred to the sanctioning of slavery, the death penalty for working on the Sabbath, the stoning of disobedient children and a number of other practices that would be abhorrent to most modern Christian people.
Laura Schlessinger is a radio talk host and author specializing in relationship issues. She holds a Ph. Giving advice from a position of commonsense values, Schlessinger is very straightforward and sometimes abrasive, but always clear in her position and extolling the listener to do what is right. A venture on TV was short lived when it was denounced by homosexual groups who were annoyed that Schlessinger would not treat their lifestyle as being equal with heterosexuality. No stranger to controversy, Schlessinger again came under heavy attack when she was broadcast using the "N-word" multiple times in her show in
A few years ago, someone said that if the great poet Walt Whitman were writing today instead of years ago, he would have written that he heard "America whining. But that was before "Dr. Laura" hit the airwaves and started setting us straight: The good doctor tolerates neither whining nor failing to take responsibility for one's actions.