Comic Icon Jackie Mason ‘Hams it Up’ on National Radio Show ‘Jay Sekulow Live’

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Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel with the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) and host of the popular nationally syndicated radio program “Jay Sekulow Live!,” announced that Jewish political columnist, comic, and satirist Jackie Mason will be his special guest on Friday, April 28th at 12:00 Noon EST.

Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel with the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) and host of the popular nationally syndicated radio program “Jay Sekulow Live!,” announced that Jewish political columnist, comic, and satirist Jackie Mason will be his special guest on Friday, April 28th at 12:00 Noon EST.

“Jackie Mason is widely regarded as one of the greatest stand-up comics of all time,” said Sekulow, a Supreme Court lawyer whom “TIME” magazine has called a “powerful counterweight” to the ACLU.

“Jackie’s use of political satire, combined with his insightful observations on the foibles of modern life, make him an ideal guest for our program,” added Sekulow.

”Jay Sekulow Live!,” which airs daily on radio stations coast to coast, tackles tough issues ranging from legal and legislative battles underway throughout America to issues dealing national security and religious freedoms. The program broadcasts live, Mon-Friday, at 12:00 Noon on more than 550 radio stations nationwide and is heard by over 1,000,000 listeners daily.

To find a station in your area, visit http://www.aclj.org/OnTheRadio/Default.aspx or listen online at: http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/jay_sekulow_live.

About Jackie Mason

Born in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, Jackie Mason was raised on the Lower East Side of Manhattan surrounded by rabbis — notably his father, grandfather, great-grandfather, great, great-grandfather, and three brothers. It’s no surprise that at age 25 Jackie was ordained a rabbi. Three years later he quit his job in a synagogue to become a comedian because, as he says, “Somebody in the family had to make a living.”

From humble comic beginnings in New York, Jackie Mason developed into one of the hottest comics in America. He reached the apex of American entertainment culture when he became a regular on the nation’s preeminent television variety program, “The Ed Sullivan Show.”

In December 1986, Jackie took his widely acclaimed one-man show, “The World According to Me,” to an unprecedented two and a half year run on Broadway, winning triumphant reviews, as well as a Tony Award, an Outer Critics Circle Award, an Ace Award, an Emmy Award, and a Grammy nomination.

He returned to Broadway in 1990 with “Jackie Mason: Brand New”; in 1994 with “Jackie Mason: Politically Incorrect”; in 1996 with “Love Thy Neighbor”; in 1999 with “Much Ado about Everything”; and in 2002 with “Prune Danish.” He garnered consistent commercial success and collected an impressive array of nominations and awards, including an Emmy and an Ace award for the HBO special “Jackie Mason on Broadway, and his latest show “Freshly Squeezed,” which opened in 2005 and is still touring the world.

Long passionate about politics, Jackie Mason is well known for his tough and outspoken position on a variety of issues. He hosts a national live call-in show on the Comcast network, airing every Friday night from 8-8:30 p.m. EST. Jackie also hosted a nationally syndicated radio talk show, and with his friend and collaborator, Raoul Lionel Felder, hosted both the weekly PBS talk television series “Crossing the Line” and the BBC radio show “The Mason-Felder Report.”

The duo also coauthored two books, “Jackie Mason and Raoul Felder’s Guide to New York and Los Angeles Restaurants,” released by Dove Books in 1996, and the 1997 Avon Books release, “The Jackie Mason, Raoul Felder Survival Guide to New York.”

Jackie also writes for the Jewish Press and collaborates with Raoul Felder on a bi-monthly column in the Internet edition of “The American Spectator” and a political column for the “Washington Times” that can be viewed at http://www.jewishworldreview.com.

Well known and beloved around the world, Jackie Mason has been honored by many, including South African President Nelson Mandela, former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and the United Kingdom’s Oxford University.

Jackie Mason calls New York home, but he lives on the road entertaining his many loyal long-time fans and the legions of new fans he earns each year.

About Jay Sekulow

Jay Alan Sekulow is Chief Counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), a law firm and educational organization that specializes in constitutional law. He is also Chief Counsel of the European Center for Law and Justice (ECLJ).

Several landmark cases argued by Sekulow before the U.S. Supreme Court have become part of the legal landscape in the area of religious liberty litigation. In the Mergens case, Sekulow cleared the way for public school students to form Bible clubs and religious organizations on their school campuses. In the Lamb’s Chapel case, Sekulow defended the free speech rights of religious groups, ensuring that they be treated equally with respect to the use of public facilities. Most recently, in McConnell v. FEC, Sekulow ensured that the constitutional rights of young people remain protected with a unanimous decision by the high court guaranteeing that minors can participate in political campaigns.

The National Law Journal has twice named Sekulow one of the “100 Most Influential Lawyers” in the United States (1994, 1997), and he is among a distinguished group of attorneys known as “The Public Sector 45” named by The American Lawyer (January/February 1997).

Sekulow brings insight and education to thousands of listeners daily with his national call-in radio program, Jay Sekulow Live!, which is broadcast throughout the country on more than 550 radio stations. Sekulow is also a popular guest on nationally televised news programs on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, FOX News, MSNBC, CNBC, and PBS. He frequently contributes articles and commentary to national publications and is often quoted in the nation’s leading newspapers, including USA Today, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and Washington Times.

MEDIA CONTACTS:

for “Jay Sekulow Live”

Dave Bohon

WDC Media PR

1-877-862-3600

612-940-8406

for Jackie Mason

Susan Zahn

WDC Media PR

1-877-862-3600

530-934-8847

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