About Rabbi Aryeh Spero

sperovidRabbi Aryeh Spero is one of America’s leading conservative thinkers and spokesmen.  A theologian, he is also a popular and influential political and social commentator.  He is author of Push Back: Reclaiming Our American Judeo-Christian Spirit. His articles have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Times, National Review, New York Sun, Human Events Weekly, Newsmax.com, N.Y. Daily News, American Thinker, TownHall, Policy Review, Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Judaism, Tradition, Midstream, Jewish World Review, and the Jewish Press. For over ten years, Rabbi Spero was a columnist for Human Events, and he currently writes a blog for CNS News.

Rabbi Spero has spoken in front of the National Press Club, the National Women’s Republican Club, CPac, The Faith and Freedom Coalition, David Horowitz’s Freedom Center, Randolph Macon College, assorted campuses, synagogues and churches, and other audiences. He has testified in front of the House Judiciary Committee, and has addressed organizations including The Heritage Foundation and the Freedom Coalition. The first rabbi to publicly endorse Ronald Reagan, Rabbi Spero is an acclaimed public speaker, inspiring diverse audiences. He also has been invited to lecture by departments of economics at various colleges.

Rabbi Spero has appeared on a number of Fox News programs, including The O’Reilly Factor, Fox and Friends, America’s Newsroom, Megyn Kelly, Neil Cavuto, Stuart Varney, The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson, Bill Hemmer; he has also appeared on MSNBC, C-SPAN, WOR-TV, NET, FOX Business News, Glenn Beck TV, NewsmaxTV (J.D. Hayworth), Scott Rasmussen’s What America Thinks, The Rick Amato Show on America One, and elsewhere. He also has been interviewed on radio across the country, including NPR, Laura Ingraham, Michael Savage, Dennis Miller, Tom Marr, Steve Malzberg, Jim Bohanon, Dick Morris, Wall Builders, Andrea Tantaros, and many others. He is a regular, featured commentator for American Morning News (TRN) on issues regarding Israel and the Middle East, the Jewish community, and religion and morality, and is called upon for commentary by The Blaze.

Rabbi Spero, who also served as a pulpit rabbi, has been invited to inform policy-makers, candidates, and elected officials in the halls of Congress, and in the Executive, regarding the moral and religious dimensions of policies and legislation under consideration.

 

Contact the Rabbi:

Rabbi Spero is available for interviews and speaking engagements. To schedule an interview or appearance, please call (212) 252-6861 or write to rabbispero@yahoo.com.