Fearless with Jason Whitlock

Fearless with Jason Whitlock

Celebrated journalist Jason Whitlock and his cast of "Fearless Soldiers" protect the realm of common sense and challenge the groupthink mandated by elites. Listen Monday through Friday for the most fearless conversation at the crossroads of culture, faith, sports, and comedy.

Episodes

March 2, 2024 31 mins
It didn’t take long for the tragic death of a nursing student to become a political football. An illegal immigrant allegedly murdered 22-year-old Laken Riley as she went for a jog on the campus of the University of Georgia. The mayor of Athens has gone public, blaming President Donald Trump’s rhetoric for the tragedy, but the citizens of the town aren't standing for it. Jason and Shemeka Michelle discuss the woke policies that welc...
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Comedian Katt Williams’ podcast tour made its first stop on "The Joe Rogan Experience." The conversation did not disappoint. Jason unpacks the significance of Williams' back-and-forth with Rogan over transgenderism and the “ritual” of male entertainers wearing dresses. Jason argues that it’s not a coincidence that the black men at the top of sports media – Charles Barkley, Stephen A. Smith, and Shannon Sharpe – are all public allie...
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Sheryl Swoopes is at it again. Weeks after being blasted for her uneducated and inaccurate take on Caitlin Clark’s pursuit of basketball history, she feels compelled to once again go after Clark while attempting to defend herself. Clark is white. Swoopes is black. Swoopes’ original critique was so off base, many observers concluded racial bias and jealousy contributed to Swoopes’ ignorant claims. But according to Swoopes, it’s impo...
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Did Kevin Garnett just put LeBron James' business out on front street? While debating Paul Pierce on his podcast, “KG Certified,” Garnett said LeBron was “on that BALCO, that new juice.” And this isn’t the first time King James has been accused of using performance-enhancing drugs or steroids. Former MMA star and noted PED snitch Chael Sonnen went so far as to name the juice LeBron was on and say they shared the same “drug guy.” Ne...
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Will the real Stephen A. Myth please stand up? Not giving him any room to breathe, Jason has Stephen A in the corner and is throwing haymakers. Now the NBA’s New Orleans Pelicans publicly took shots at Smith after he made some derogatory comments about Zion Williamson. “Everyone is laughing behind his back and that’s why he’s trying to plug all these holes before the dam breaks.” The cracks in Stephen A.’s story are starting to fra...
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Cam Newton is not a leader. Never has been. Talent, the greatest resource in sports, powers performance. It undermines virtually everything else, most especially leadership. No one in football has ever had more talent than Cam Newton. He had Hall of Fame talent as a quarterback, receiver, tight end, left tackle, defensive end, outside linebacker, inside linebacker, and safety. Why did he flame out in the NFL? Look no farther than h...
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Just when you think some of our leaders couldn’t say anything dumber, Ben Crump starts talking again. Crump says he could end crime “overnight” — all you have to do is change the definition of crime. He comes up with the single stupidest idea to solve the rising black crime rates. When you remove the fear of God from culture, everything is permissible. Jason and Shemeka Michelle discuss the latest lunacy from the minds of Crump and...
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Jason welcomes Dee-1 to “Fearless” for a special one-on-one interview. The man formerly known as David Augustine sits down to share the story of his journey from the hood of New Orleans to the halls of Harvard. Dee outlines the path that turned him away from the trappings that led to the deaths of his close friends to become one of the biggest voices in Christian rap. No stranger to public beef with the likes of hip-hop stars like ...
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There’s a war raging in the sports media world. It all started when CBS wrote a check to Tony Romo, making the former Cowboys QB the highest-paid analyst in the NFL. That was the first battle in this proxy war that’s now pitting some of sports media’s biggest names against one another in the ultimate money-grab era. One of the first casualties in this dispute was journalism. Journalism no longer exists. The industry has collapsed f...
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Shannon Sharpe, the big, tough football legend, pleased the world and won the support of entertainment power brokers by making himself a public ally of the Alphabet Mafia, and now, he’s paying the price. Part of that ransom is having comedians like Mike Epps, Corey Holcomb, and Eddie Griffin asserting that Sharpe is gay. Sharpe and his colleague Stephen A. Smith have been outspoken about their sisters' roles in their lives. Before ...
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Why did it take Ann Coulter to school Van Jones, a black father, about the reality of fatherlessness in black America? It seems to be just another example of willful ignorance of black men instead of addressing the actual issues plaguing the community. Leftists live in a fantasy world where there are no people problems and there is no problem with the destruction of family. Guns are the problem, or the lack of gyms and parks for ki...
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“Michael Jordan was serving up full-course meals while LeBron James and the players now are serving up burgers and fries.” All-Star weekend left a bad taste in the sports world’s mouth — including Jason’s. He unpacks the surrounding universal discontent with that hot mess. Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game was just the latest in a decades-long series of obituaries detailing the tragic passing of American hoops. Despite a promise to delive...
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Ladies and gentlemen, we have a star in Iowa City. Caitlin Clark has just broken the record for the most career points in women’s college basketball history, and Jason couldn’t be happier. Clark’s fame is pulling the largest number of fans and the most media attention that the sport has seen in a long time. Steve Kim joins today's show to debate Jason on whether she is the biggest sensation in the world of basketball since the GOAT...
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Please, for the sake of your reputation, stop talking and sit your Fani down! In response to a comedic performance in the Fulton County courthouse, Jason works overtime for this special weekend episode. While the mainstream media tried to remain focused on vilifying Trump for allegedly interfering with the presidential election of 2020, district attorney of Fulton County and certified YAS queen Fani Willis made a mockery of the leg...
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Nearly 60 years after his assassination, Dr. Martin Luther King remains a Democratic demigod above reproach or criticism. Just ask Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk about the price to be paid for thinking critically about the legacy of the progressive pastor and the social changes his advocacy established. One man who isn’t afraid to tackle the uncomfortable truth surrounding MLK and the Civil Rights Act is author and producer...
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The tragic shooting at Kansas City’s Super Bowl parade quickly became a political issue, with the usual suspects in sports media reheating their stale and uninformed takes on gun violence throughout the social media sphere. It was yet another occasion that highlighted the divide in America between those who believe our freedoms are ordained by God and those who bow at the altar of government. People disconnected from a biblical wor...
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With the Chiefs on top once again, and Kyle Shanahan coming up short, much is left to be unpacked regarding Super Bowl LVIII. Warren Sapp and Brett Favre join “Fearless” to talk about Travis Kelce’s sideline tantrum aimed at his head coach, Andy Reid. Do NFL players have too much power, or is Kelce’s behavior driven by a lack of respect for authority? Jason asks the Pro Football Hall of Famers if it's really a big deal that the 49e...
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Jason Whitlock knows a thing or two about beef. His ongoing feud with ESPN’s leading man Stephen A. Smith continues to rage on, even after SAS vows never to address Whitlock again — again. Shannon Sharpe’s latest beef with comedian Mike Epps took a much more serious tone and escalated quickly when Epps made a not-so-subtle threat and challenged Shay Shay to hit him up at the NBA All-Star weekend in Indianapolis. Whitlock says it’s ...
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Super Bowl LVIII may have been scripted after all, not by Taylor Swift, though she played a leading role in the Satan-fueled secular propaganda that was broadcast to hundreds of millions of Americans. If you skipped the Super Bowl, you can catch all the bloopers online. There were no highlights. No defining moments of excellence. Taylor Swift invited a devil worshipper to her suite. Ice Spice, a profane rapper, wore an upside-down ...
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To kick off the show, Steve Kim joins "Fearless" to talk Caitlin Clark and Taylor Swift. The Korean Cosell and Jason debate how much influence and popularity these two women could receive on Super Bowl Sunday. Swift, of course, is the boyfriend of Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. Clark will go for the NCAA scoring record in a game against Nebraska on Sunday afternoon. Shortly thereafter, Steve Kim and Jason welcome Robby and Landon S...
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