Radio Show and Podcast
Right to Life Radio Show and Podcast
Join John Gerardi Weekly For Leading Pro-Life News Stories
Every week, Right to Life director John Gerardi hosts Right to Life Radio, an hour-long radio show and podcast. Along with California Family Council CEO Jonathan Keller, John digs into the week’s leading pro-life news stories, offering you insight and opinion you’re not going to hear anywhere else on abortion developments in Washington, Sacramento, and throughout the San Joaquin Valley.
The show airs Saturdays from 9-10AM locally in Fresno and Clovis on Powertalk 96.7 FM, and on AM 1400 in Tulare-Visalia-Hanford. You can listen to shows live online here, and after the fact here. You can also subscribe to the podcast via Apple Podcasts here.
Check Out Our Latest Podcast Episodes!
- #452 Dobbs, Texas and There is still Hope for California October 22, 2021Today, John discusses another challenge to the Texas heartbeat law. He also looks at what the Dobbs case could mean for the country if it is upheld and how there could still be hope for pro-lifers in California if it is upheld.
- #451 Kids Having Abortions October 15, 2021Today, John and Jonathan discuss the topic of kids having abortions, and ways in which California tries to ensure that parents are kept in the dark about their minor children’s abortions.
- #450 Child Support and Big Spending October 8, 2021Today on Right to Life Radio, John discusses why pro-choice advocates opposed pro-life efforts to make men pay for pregnancy costs, and discusses why Joe Manchin is the last hope for holding onto the Hyde Amendment.
- #449 Stories from the Sidewalk and The Worst Abortion Bill October 2, 2021Linda Teliha shares more stories from the sidewalk, and John and Jonathan discuss the Women’s Health Protection Act, the worst abortion bill ever presented to Congress.
- #448 Defending Texas September 25, 2021John and Jonathan discuss a terrible op-ed in the Fresno Bee about the Texas abortion law, discuss the great Supreme Court case on assisted suicide Washington v Glucksberg, and discuss SB 742.