October 7, 2022

JMJ Catholic Radio 750AM in Scranton, Penn. tapes a half-hour interview with John Horvat and the station’s popular radio talk show host Walter Camier. They talk about the the pro-abortionists abandoning the word “choice.”

October 6, 2022

John appears again on the nationally syndicated Catholic Drive Time show of the Guadalupe (Catholic) Radio Network. Adrian Fonseca interviews John Horvat about President Biden’s blasphemous statement about abortion.

October 3, 2022

John again joins Terry Lowry’s “What’s Up Radio Program” on Houston’s 100.7FM KKHT-FM. They talk about the abandonment of the word “choice.”

September 30, 2022

John is the guest on The Randy Tobler Show that airs in Columbia and Jefferson City, Missouri. They talk about the pro-abortion movements abandonment of the word “choice.”

July 6, 2022

John is interviewed by Michele McAloon and Ellen Taylor on the “LA Catholic Morning” program on Archangel Catholic Radio in Mobile, Alabama. They talk about tradition, family and property.

June 30, 2022

JMJ Catholic Radio 750AM in Scranton, Penn. tapes a half-hour interview with John Horvat and the station’s popular radio talk show host Walter Camier. They talk about the lessons learned from the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

June 9, 2022

John Horvat returns as a guest on the Cleveland Right to Life’s radio program “From the Median” aired on WHKW 1220 AM and the Salem Network’s 98 stations across the country. The twenty-five-minute interview with director Molly Smith was on activist shareholders that promote abortion.

April 22, 2022

 JMJ Catholic Radio 750AM in Scranton, Penn. tapes a half-hour interview with John Horvat and the station’s popular radio talk show host Walter Camier. They talk again about the weaponized dollar.

April 18, 2022

John Horvat is interviewed by Charlie Butts of AFA News Radio Network. The syndicated interview was about protesting Walmart’s “Pride” page.

April 7, 2022

John is a guest on the podcast/ radio show, “Steel on Steel,” based in Boise, Idaho. John spoke with host Steve Schiller about recent SEC regulations.