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Fearless with Jason Whitlock

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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.
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Chiefs kicker Harison Butker’s “controversial” commencement address continues to make waves and spark outrage. Now it’s former ESPN personality Michelle Beadle’s turn to melt down. Whitlock’s former colleague tells the Super Bowl champ to “go f*** yourself." Eloquent words from a sports journalist who Jason contends never would have had the same re…
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In many respects, the obstacle course confronting Caitlin Clark in the WNBA is more difficult than the path Jackie Robinson traveled integrating Major League Baseball in 1947. Caitlin Clark is not risking her life. She is, however, risking her sanity and combatting a normalized and insidious form of racial idolatry. Jason explores how the woke cult…
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Stephen A. Smith fancies himself as rap legend Chuck D of Public Enemy: a disruptor and innovator. In reality, he’s Flavor Flav, an outlandish hype man with nothing meaningful to say. “Up for Debate,” the ESPN documentary that Smith produced, is a self-serving resume tape whose only objective is to paint Smith as the MLK of sports media and positio…
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The problem with comedian Bill Maher is he swallowed the green pill and rejected the red one. The green pill (capitalism) is only effective when combined with the red pill. Greed fuels Maher’s outreach to political conservatives, not moral clarity or cultural enlightenment. He’s Gordon Gekko from the movie "Wall Street." Absent religious conviction…
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Days after the release of surveillance video showing Diddy violently attacking his ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura, the hip-hop icon took to social media to apologize. His statement on the repulsive footage was absent of two things: Ventura’s name and any modicum of sincerity. The music mogul’s message was a Hail Mary to save face and finances, and Ja…
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In a bizarre scene, Masters champion and golf’s top-ranked player Scottie Scheffler was arrested just prior to his tee time. Scheffler was charged with assaulting a police officer after attempting to drive past the scene of a fatal accident to enter the golf course. Jason and Steve Kim debate the incident that Sheffler says was a “misunderstanding.…
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If there were any doubts surrounding the allegations Sean “Diddy” Combs' ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura levied against the hip-hop mogul, they have now been erased. CNN released surveillance video from a Los Angeles luxury hotel that shows the rapper violently assaulting Ventura in the hallway as she attempts to flee from an enraged Combs. This incid…
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Unlike his critics, NFL kicker Harrison Butker is fearless. The Chiefs star used an invitation to deliver the commencement address at Benedictine College to spread a pro-God, pro-family message. Apparently, that’s not allowed in today’s society, not even at a Catholic institution. Now, Butker is facing backlash from feminists, the NFL, and even the…
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He is who we thought he was: the NBA MVP and the best player in the league. Shaquille O'Neal and Kendrick Perkins were delighted when the Denver Nuggets dropped the first two games of the Western Conference semi-finals. It affirmed their race-based animus against the three-time league MVP. However, Tuesday night, Jokic proved that his resume over t…
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Is America moving closer to ridding itself of celebrity idolatry? A new online trend of blocking celebrities and content creators known as the “digital guillotine,” or “digitine,” is targeting stars like Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift. And, believe it or not, the cyber backlash is being spearheaded by the Left. Leftists' motivations are mostly lin…
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In this episode, Jason addresses the unintentional firestorm sparked by including friend, colleague, and Blaze Media cofounder Glenn Beck in Fearless Army Roll Call 2.0. Whitlock clarifies Beck’s role in the Christian men’s summit and reminds us of the mission, purpose, and goals of the “Fearless” movement. Whether it is Glenn Beck, Antonio Brown, …
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Ousted from the empire he created and embroiled in a contentious legal battle, the founder and former CEO of Papa John Pizza, John Schnatter, joins “Fearless” for an exclusive interview. Schnatter shares the true story of the events surrounding his exit from the company in 2018 after a racial controversy. Did elements inside his own company collude…
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Shaq O’Neal usually leaves NBA fans with a smile, but it seems that Nikola Jokic’s third NBA MVP award has turned the big man’s smile into a frown. The Big Aristotle aired his grievances on the NBA on TNT, and his desk mates, including Charles Barkley, were a little taken aback at his reaction. It was clear to Jason and most people watching that Sh…
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Drake vs. Kendrick Lamar has nothing on sports media’s biggest feud. The Washington Post released an expose on Stephen A. Smith — of course, it was devoid of any real journalism or search for objective truths. Jason calls out Smith and the Washington Post’s sham, revealing how Stephen A. and those who have installed him are taking a page out of the…
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For the first time in nearly 20 years, the NBA will tip off the second round of the playoffs without LeBron James, Steph Curry, or Kevin Durant on the court. The time is now for the changing of the guard in the league. Which young star could break through and become the face of the new NBA? Jason and Jay Skapinac debate that topic and discuss LeBro…
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NBA star Patrick Beverley didn’t handle getting bounced from the playoffs very well. In the closing moments of Indiana’s win over Milwaukee, the Bucks stars threw a basketball at a fan who he claims had been heckling him but hit a female fan instead. After getting the ball back, Beverley doubled down and threw the ball at the intended fan again. Po…
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The battle between the Daily Wire’s Ben Shapiro and Candace Owens has escalated into a full-blown war, and free speech is its first casualty. A new report by journalist Glenn Greenwald says that despite the back-and-forth volley on social media of a potential Israel-Palestine debate between Shapiro and the former Daily Wire host, Jeremy Boreing and…
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Weeks of protest and chaos on college campuses finally reached a boiling point, erupting in violence at UCLA and police action at Columbia, and Jason says that’s a good thing. The pro-Palestinian, anti-American sentiment being cultivated at universities is the poisonous fruit of the elite’s globalist agenda. Will the violence finally be the inflect…
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According to conventional wisdom, bad marriages spiral into divorce around year seven. It’s called the “seven-year itch.” LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers just concluded the sixth year of their shotgun marriage, losing to the Denver Nuggets in five games in the first round of the playoffs. After the game, James refused to answer the question…
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The NBA has its Caitlin Clark. His name is Anthony Edwards, but unlike Clark, most of you have likely never heard of him. Edwards is on the cusp of being the next big thing in basketball. His 40-point performance that eliminated his childhood hero Kevin Durant and the Phoenix Suns could be the game that put him on the map. Jason argues that if the …
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If Amanda Seales thought she would join Shannon Sharpe on “Club Shay Shay” to rehab her reputation, she thought wrong. The former child actress turned stand-up comedian came across as crazy as her critics say. From her unprovoked attack on Candace Owens to claiming that autism is “racist,” Seales did nothing to change her image in the eyes of the p…
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Why would the Atlanta Falcons take a rookie QB with the eighth overall pick in the NFL Draft after backing up a Brinks truck for veteran Kirk Cousins in the off-season? That's the question most Falcons fans had after the team picked Washington signal caller Michael Penix Jr. on opening night. Jason believes he has the right answer to that question,…
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Of course, the NFL Draft will rake in huge television ratings, but this year’s draft just doesn’t have the same star power to outshine the WNBA’s Caitlin Clark experience. Tomorrow’s sports headlines are just as likely to revolve around what color nail polish Williams was wearing than anything else. NFL pundits and analysts have tried to sell fans …
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How did we get to the point where students are besieging college campuses to chant “Death to America”? That’s the question Jason looks to answer in this edition of “Fearless.” Ivy League institutions like Columbia and Yale have been invaded by pro-Palestinian protesters demanding that the universities divest all support for Israel. Whitlock explore…
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Katt Williams proclaimed that 2024 was the year of truth, and so far, it looks like he’s right. When Tucker Carlson sat down with Joe Rogan, you knew the conversation was going to make headlines, and it did. Of course, the mainstream media went out of its way to paint Carlson as unhinged and a conspiracy nut. Jason cuts through the spin and puffery…
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Black folks, you better not step out of line or “Correctional Officer” Stephen Jackson will put you in your place. The former NBA star and gang advocate took “CBS Mornings” host Gayle King to task over mentioning how people were rooting for Caitlin Clark during her interview with South Carolina women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley. When Jason point…
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Winston Churchill once said, “Never engage in a battle of wits with an unarmed man.” In the wake of Jason’s response to Patrick Bet-David’s attempt to convert former ESPN personality Sage Steele to team Trash-Whitlock, PBD’s media brand, Valuetainment, sends Adam Sosnick to perform a “eulogy” for Jason’s career. Jason, unimpressed by Sosnick's emba…
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In 2015, Deion Sanders’ son was party to an incident that changed a man’s life forever. John Darjean, a former New York Yankees prospect turned high school baseball coach and security officer was attacked by Shiloh Sanders. The incident would leave Darjean permanently disabled and financially impaired, despite winning a nearly $12 million dollar se…
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Jason has a cautionary tale for Caitlin Clark. Clark is the most exciting thing to happen to basketball since LeBron James. Believe it or not, Whitlock was once a LeBron supporter — before fame and idolatry stole his soul. Jason discusses the warning signs from Clark’s introductory press conference and shares his advice on the pitfalls to avoid bec…
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The No. 1 movie at the box office, “Civil War,” is a thinly veiled fantasy about assassinating Donald Trump. The film, written and directed by Alex Garland, isn’t nearly as complicated, subtle, or apolitical as critics at the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Variety magazine, and the New Yorker suggest. The point of Garland’s movie is simple: Kil…
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On the heels of a record-setting March Madness for women’s basketball, the WNBA had its “One Shining Moment” on draft night. The red carpet for the league’s biggest night looked more like a New York fashion show than a WNBA locker room, and Jason says there’s one woman to thank for it. Angel Reese. With her makeup, eyelashes, and Instagram posts, t…
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Patrick Bet-David used his interview with Sage Steele as an opportunity to unleash an unsolicited, unprovoked attack on Jason. On “Fearless,” Whitlock responds to Bet-David’s criticism and advice, and he highlights exactly why PBD goes out of his way to applaud and defend Stephen A. Smith. They are both industry plants. Whitlock recaps his past run…
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College professor and TV host Marc Lamont Hill triggered conservatives on Thursday when he weighed in on the death of O.J. Simpson. Hill tweeted: “[O.J.’s] acquittal for murder was the correct and necessary result of a racist criminal legal system. But he’s still a monster, not a martyr.” Hill elaborated and clarified his position — but did not sat…
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Kenneth Knotts, a Texas man, died in police custody in 2022. Chicago police shot and killed Dexter Reed in Chicago after the criminal suspect opened fire on law enforcement. Democrats hope to use the death of Knottts and Reed, two black men, to scare black people into voting for Joe Biden in November. It’s a familiar tactic that Jason calls “The Me…
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Former NFL star turned world’s most famous double-murder suspect O.J. Simpson succumbed to cancer at 76 years old. Jason says that O.J. is the most consequential athlete in American history. His impact on American culture exceeds the impact of Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Babe Ruth, and even that of women’s basketball icon Caitlin…
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“The American Society of Magical Negroes” may go down as the biggest box office flop of all time. Only three weeks after its release, the farcical film has been pulled from theaters after tallying just $2.5 million in receipts. Jason, T.J. Moe, Anthony Walker, and Shemeka Michelle have done the hard work and endured the movie so you don’t have to. …
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If you want to see the results of the further disintegration of the black family, look no further than March Madness. Purdue vs. UConn featured teams with predominantly white starting lineups. American black men are losing their dominance in college and NBA basketball. Next season, Duke’s five-star freshman Cooper Flagg will likely be the face of c…
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Caitlin Clark’s ascension as a superstar athlete — the most influential jock of 2024 — has exposed the brutal reality of Democratic Party-orchestrated egalitarianism. This year’s women’s Final Four was a giant stage for the feminist movement and the Democratic Party. People paying attention shouldn’t like what they saw. You saw people hate Caitlin …
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The Rock refuses to endorse Joe Biden and Charlamagne tha God admits that diversity, equity, and inclusion doesn’t work — do you feel like you are being gaslighted by the woke influencers all of a sudden? Jason believes there’s something more nefarious afoot and unveils his theory behind the Left’s move to the center and what it means for Joe Biden…
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It didn’t take long for Emmanuel Acho to break down, backpedal, and apologize for telling the truth about LSU’s Angel Reese. Ryan Clark, Matt Barnes, Joy Taylor, and more all piled on to “buck break” Acho into submission. Jason had some strong advice for Acho, Reese, and the gatekeepers. Why can’t the mainstream media just give Caitlin Clark her fl…
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Pearl Davis may have the right idea: Maybe it is time to remove women’s right to vote in America. Yes, you read that right. Whitlock unpacks his case to reform voting in this country. The current controversy surrounding LSU basketball star Angel Reese and the outrage over Turning Point USA’s Charlie Kirk pointing out biological facts about women on…
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“Black women and feminists are going to destroy what Caitlin Clark has built ...” Jason doesn’t hold back on the firestorm that’s raging in the sports media space surrounding women’s basketball. Taylor Rooks, Joy Taylor, and Jemele Hill are leading the charge of the Angry Black Woman brigade — not only against Iowa’s Clark but against anyone who da…
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Let’s stop with the qualifiers and keep it simple: Caitlin Clark is the best women’s basketball player any of us have ever seen. Caitlin Clark is the most important basketball player since Michael Jordan. Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes can lose to Connecticut on Saturday in the Final Four and that will still be true. Clark can disappear into the WNBA …
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This is not an April Fools' Day joke. Crazy as it sounds, Jason Whitlock could end up rooting for LSU and Angel Reese over Iowa and Caitlin Clark. “Bayou Barbie” vs. “Show White” for the right to advance to the Final Four is the most culturally relevant basketball collision in 45 years since Earvin “Magic” Johnson and Larry “The Hick from French Li…
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Fresh off his visit to T.Rex Arms, Whitlock sits down with CEO Lucas Botkin to learn more about his rags-to-riches testimony. Going from sharing a bedroom with two of his brothers and packing into a Sprinter van any time his family of nine traveled to now running a multimillion-dollar custom holster company, Lucas has achieved the American dream. L…
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Add NBA superstar Steph Curry to the list of celebrities willing to sell out. Golden State’s golden boy has lent his name to Netflix’s “Good Times” cartoon reboot. The adaptation of the 1970s hit sitcom is an animated minstrel show degrading to the black community. Curry is no different from Stephen A. Smith, Charlamagne tha Fraud, or any other imp…
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Caitlin Clark is the new Tiger Woods of the sports world. When Tiger burst onto the PGA scene, he disrupted golf the same way Clark's meteoric rise to basketball superstardom has sparked excitement, controversy, and envy. Ice Cube’s $5 million offer for Clark to play a 10-game summer season in his BIG3 league has ruffled more than a few feathers an…
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Donald Trump has made a significant blunder partnering with country singer Lee Greenwood to hawk “God Bless the USA” Bibles. This is a really bad idea, and it’s really poorly timed. The day that Trump pocketed $8 billion on the stock of his social media platform to announce a venture selling Bibles only gives ammunition to his opponents. Now is the…
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Hip-hop mogul Diddy was caught on camera nervously pacing at an airport near Miami while federal agents were raiding his two estates. That’s the last time Diddy has been seen since the Department of Homeland Security has ramped up an investigation into sex trafficking. Last week, Jason took you through all the evidence against Diddy and the hip-hop…
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