Dr. Laura Schlessinger is a radio talk show host, heard in the United States Monday-Friday all across the country. The bio from her website is here and the Wikipedia entry, which probably has more information than she would want you to know, is here.
I will occasionally listen to her either over the Internet while I am working or in the car. Her politics are way more conservative than mine, which I dislike, but generally, I think she gives pretty good advice. Sometimes, she can be short with some people and her listening skills are occasionally not very good.
She was raised in a Jewish-Catholic household, which according to her was not very nice. Later in life, she converted to Orthodox Judaism and would often dispense advice from that perspective. Jewish people would call her up and ask specific advice around religious matters and she would sometimes consult her Rabbi for answers. In 2003, she announced she was no longer a practicing Orthodox Jew.
One of the things I notice is that a lot of Mormons call her up to seek advice on a variety of topics. I am probably sensitized to the language used, but I can almost always tell when members call her. They drop those words like Bishop, temple, mission, family, Utah, priesthood, calling, Church or other key words most of us would recognize. I have the feeling she gets a lot of calls from Utah.
She is generally favorable toward religion and pretty against interfaith marriage. Here is a link to a story told about advice she gave to a young man, disaffected from the Church, but feeling pressure to serve a mission. Her answer may surprise you.
She is very supportive of the Church and I have heard her both praise the Church and its members and defend it against derogatory comments made during a call. Here is a link to a blog she wrote in praise of the Church’s welfare program. Members have contributed to her charities with blankets and quilts during a drive she sponsored.