Glen A. Sproviero

Glen A. Sproviero is a lawyer in New York. Before entering private practice he was a Richard M. Weaver Fellow at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, and a federal law clerk.

Items by Glen A. Sproviero

The Kim Conundrum

Charlie Gard’s Nanny State Killers

Are We All Globalists Now?

Pernicious Conceit and the Limits of Democracy

The Lazy Language of Politics

Obama’s Disappearing Ink

The Filibuster Must Go

Christmas, the New Year, and the Fullness of Time

Justice Without Process?

The twisted corridors of history

The crude critics of faith

The Grand Old Flag

Is society a contract and does it matter?

The Philadelphia cry-in

Losing the blood-dimmed tide

A note toward the definition of Europe

2016: A Conservative Odyssey

The ‘Clean Power’ power grab

The uniformity of Mass Society

The diversity fraud

Obama’s regulatory state

Eminent domain, revisited

The servitude of unbounded freedom

Conservatism’s identity crisis

The inhumane economy of Bernie Sanders

Ash Wednesday and the gift of Lent

A nation at risk?

The moral imagination in practical politics

Justice and the Demagogues

A Godless proposal

The problem with pluralism 

The fantasy of the safe space

Mr. Ryan’s task

Ghostly tales and the horror within

Confronting the new totalitarianism starts at home

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