Fearless with Jason Whitlock

Fearless with Jason Whitlock

Celebrated journalist Jason Whitlock and “Uncle Jimmy” 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.

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September 18, 2021 31 min

Get your weekend fix of “Fearless” with a collection of Whitlock’s blazing hot monologues. Why has the 9/11 Anniversary - also known as Patriot Day - become a symbol of disunity? Is ESPN treating Carl Nassib differently than other gay “pioneers?” Is the NFL unhealthy comfort food for America? In light of the Nicki Minaj news, how is Joy Reid acting like an overseer on Rachel Maddow’s plantation?



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Whitlock jumps into the Nicki Minaj #BallGate controversy with a counter-attack on one of her critics, MSNBC Host Joy Reid. How is Reid’s relationship with Rachel Maddow analogous to a plantation relationship? “Fearless” columnist Delano Squires presents a similar argument regarding journalist Roland Martin. Who are the real Uncle Toms in the current political realm? Former Cincinnati Bengal T. J. Houshmandzadeh gives insight to a ...

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Whitlock picks the brain of — and picks some fights with — NBA Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas in a fascinating conversation about race in America. Thomas draws on his master's in education from UC Berkeley to talk about America’s “color-caste” system. Why does Jason compare Thomas to Arthur Ashe and Muhammad Ali? How do the two butt heads on the concept of a “VIP room” of American society that prohibits black people? Plus, the lege...

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Whitlock analyzes the NFL TV ratings jump. Is it just the product of Americans trying to distract themselves from their problems? How badly have conservatives been offended by woke politics being inserted into sports? Journalist Dennis Evans disputes Jason’s claim that the NFL will begin to fade away. “Fearless” columnist Greg Couch says Stephen A. Smith’s politically incorrect comments will hand the American League MVP award to Sh...

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Whitlock analyzes ESPN’s coverage of the season premiere of Monday Night Football and notices something curious. Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib — the first openly gay player in the NFL — made the game-winning play. Why did ESPN seemingly downplay the “historic” moment? Sports writer Steve Kim argues with Jason about the coverage of Nassib versus the media treatment given to Michael Sam and Caitlyn Jenner. In light of R...

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Jason jumps into the debate about 9/11 in light of the cancellation of a patriotic high school celebration because it was “divisive.” Journalist Dennis Evans explains why the red, white and blue is now so controversial. What song does former U.S. Marine Uncle Jimmy belt out after making a passionate defense of the Star-Spangled Banner? Sports writer Steve Kim breaks down an amazing weekend of college football. “Fearless” contributo...

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Jason reviews and rewinds some of the best moments from the past week. Why is “The Wire” the greatest show ever and a key to understanding black America? Why is the NAACP’s “Rest in Power” tribute to the show’s deceased star an attack on God? How is Dak Prescott’s bloated contract going to lead to his eventual release and the Cowboys’ downfall? Plus, you have to hear Whitlock’s epic conversation with Voddie Baucham.

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Whitlock welcomes Pastor Voddie Baucham to “Fearless” for a lively discussion of critical race theory, Marxism, abortion, transgenderism, and more. Why did the best-selling author move his wife and nine kids to Africa? NFL analyst LaVar Arrington debates Jason on Dak Prescott’s defeat and Cam Newton’s latest hairdo. From Touchdown Tim to Token Tim? Why is sportswriter Steve Kim ragging on Tebow’s ESPN performance? Plus, “Fearless” ...

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Whitlock previews the NFL opener with a hot take on QB Dak Prescott. How does the big man analogize EPMD and Notorious B.I.G. to the Cowboys’ starter? Why is “Fearless” guest and Redskins legend Lavar Arrington high on Dak and new Saints starter Jameis Winston? “Fearless” contributor Greg Couch analyzes the ruination of athletes like Naomi Osaka by corporate giant Nike. Plus, Uncle Jimmy talks ivermectin, the Taliban, and LeBron Ja...

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Whitlock and sportswriter Steve Kim discuss whether Michael Irvin and Stephen A. Smith belong on "Monday Night Football." “Fearless” columnist Greg Couch roasts ESPN’s Chris Fowler for giving Brian Kelly groupthink. What does criticism of the Notre Dame coach say about the state of journalism? Delano Squires discovers a new Willie Lynch letter. How is the liberal treatment of the black community much the same as the slaveho...

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Jason reacts to the sad departure of actor Michael K. Williams in a very special episode devoted entirely to HBO’s “The Wire.” How did the character of Omar Little change Whitlock’s life? Sports reporter Dennis Evans, the man who introduced Jason to the show, helps break down the news, as well as all of their favorite moments from the series. Cast member and real-life former police Commissioner Ed Norris gives a behind-the-scenes p...

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Uncle Jimmy returns from the COVID D.L. to introduce a collection of Jason’s monologues. How does the big man connect Lil Nas X to a new Chinese policy? Is it possible that Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are anti-vaccine? Are the NFL COVID restrictions responsible for Cam Newton’s release? Could Bill Maher really be in the midst of a swing toward conservatism?



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As Lil Nas X “pregnancy” pictures go viral, Whitlock compares America’s growing gender dysphoria issues with China’s new policies. Why is the communist giant discouraging effeminate men while we are celebrating them? “Fearless” columnist Delano Squires shows why the liberal reaction to Texas abortion restrictions indicates their “culture of death” mentality. Carson Wentz and the Indianapolis Colts' COVID woes bring Jason into c...

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Whitlock roasts the mainstream media for their coverage of the NFL’s COVID controversy. Is legendary quarterback Tom Brady secretly anti-vaccine? “Fearless” columnist Greg Couch puts the blame on the NFL Players Association for caving in to the woke mob. Sportswriter Steve Kim compares race-baiter Max Kellerman to a character from "In Living Color." Hall of Famer Warren Moon talks about his personal connection to Cam Newton...

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In the wake of the Patriots’ Cam Newton release, Whitlock breaks down Bill Belichick’s morning press conference. Did the New England coach just imply that he is anti-vaccine? Three-time Super Bowl champ Mark Schlereth disagrees with Jason’s take. Fox News legend Bill O’Reilly joins the show to talk Afghanistan, Trump, and Tucker Carlson. In Tennessee Harmony, the pastors take a close look at the catchphrase “toxic masculinity.” Wha...

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Whitlock dives into the Cam Newton news with a fiery unscripted monologue and three expert guests. “Fearless” columnist Greg Couch takes the bragging rights for predicting the quarterback’s ouster. Former Bengal Pro-Bowler T.J. Houshmandzadeh talks about the problems Newton will have as a potential backup on another team. Rich Ohrnberger, who played for Bill Belichick’s Patriots, defends the NFL’s COVID protocols and gets a heated ...

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Jason welcomes back Uncle Jimmy after his bout with COVID. Jim tries to distract from the health talk by bringing up everything from Lil Nas X and the Illuminati to John F. Kennedy’s affairs to Steph Curry’s hot mom. Former Sen. Jim DeMint gives his opinions of Afghanistan, Trump, and Big Tech. “Fearless” columnist Greg Couch makes the case for Mac Jones, in light of Cam Newton’s horrible preseason game. Plus, Jason ends the show w...

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Jason intros a collection of his patented “Whit-logs” from the past week. Are left-wing policies really demonic? Is the Pittsburgh Steelers’ fan fight an omen of a looming civil war? Could Bill Maher really be taking sides with Conservatives? Why is the debacle in Afghanistan a call to return to old-fashioned American values?

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In the wake of the unfolding tragedy in Afghanistan, Jason brings out his flag and his Bible to start a blazing fire. How does Glenn Beck’s selfless rescue effort in the Middle East demonstrate true Christianity? Did Jason really call left-wing pundits f’ing idiots? Why did the interview by Michael Byrd, the Jan. 6 shooter of Ashli Babbitt, make Jason’s blood boil? How can the Pledge of Allegiance be a guidepost to the real cure fo...

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Jason argues that the Rachel Nichols dismissal is just another “Woke Culture” beheading. Is ESPN’s handling of the situation analogous to the bumblings of Joe Biden in Afghanistan? Former ESPN writer Steve Kim compares Nichols’ situation to Chris Berman’s and Stephen A. Smith’s. Jason and Steve also discuss the legacies of Kobe Bryant and Muhammad Ali in the era of Saint George Floyd. Plus, “Fearless” columnist Greg Couch compares ...

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