"You are my rabbi," said the caller who claimed to be a Methodist. "Good," said the talk show host, "Everybody needs a rabbi."
This is no shock jock being irreverent — he's a real rabbi. But make no mistake, this is no jolly rebbe kvetching about marrying a nice Jewish boy, nor a lefty Jew talking about justice, diversity, and the Holocaust. He's Daniel Lapin, dubbed "the show rabbi of the Christian right" by the New York Times. And now he's a San Francisco talker, Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. on right-wing radio station KSFO.
But Lapin's more than a front man. Read more »