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NBA legend John Stockton has popped up on the political playing field once again. This time, the all-time assists leader is taking heat for speaking up for a friend accused of crimes in Washington D.C. on Jan. 6. Stockton shares his surprise with Jason that his letter of support became public at all. More details are surfacing on the tragic death o…
 
Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa lit the match of racism over the weekend, so in return Jason starts this Monday’s fire-starter by torching Tony with a high hard one. Chicago’s short-tempered shortstop Tim Anderson likes to refer to himself as the "modern-day Jackie Robinson," but don’t any white man dare do so. When Yankees slugger Josh Don…
 
Saturday’s list of Whitlock fire-starters is hot. You’ll hear the heat unleashed on Chris Paul and the NBA. You’ll also hear about Biden’s buffoonery in Buffalo. Why is the Left using people like Yumi Nu to establish an unhealthy culture? Why is Bronny James relevant? Josh Pate, Danny Kanell, and Jason Whitlock talk about how Nick Saban is leaving,…
 
College football experts Danny Kanell and Josh Pate ignited Friday’s fire, unleashing provocative takes on Alabama football coach Nick Saban’s feud with Jimbo Fisher and Deion Sanders. Kanell and Pate were so insightful and interesting that Jason simply fanned their flames. Pate speculated Saban lashed out at Fisher and Sanders over name, image, an…
 
Just in time for the tip-off of the 2022 NBA playoffs, the league found its way back onto state-run television in China. Coincidence? Likely not, according to a report from ESPN — yes, that ESPN. Jason and “Fearless” contributor Steve Kim discuss the impact of the billions of dollars NBA owners have invested in the communist economy and the ripple …
 
Wednesday’s show starts hot. Jason’s fire-starter fans the flames of the inferno sparked by Dr. Jordan Peterson’s Twitter criticism of Sports Illustrated’s plus-size cover girl Yumi Nu, believing "North America’s most honest public intellectual" misspoke. Peterson should have said "not healthy" instead of "not beautiful." "The Left doesn’t want to …
 
President Biden visited Buffalo to honor the victims of the weekend’s deadly massacre. Addressing the nation and the world, Biden blamed the atrocities on the radicalization caused by the media, internet, political rhetoric, and those seeking to gain power by politicizing the violence, all while using the tragedy for political gain. Jason is joined…
 
Jason’s fire-starter eviscerated Phoenix Suns point guard Chris Paul for his miserable performance in the NBA playoffs. Jason argued that Phoenix’s playoff fold against the Dallas Mavericks can be directly traced to Paul’s weak, feminine, and matriarchal mindset. Jason said the Suns’ collapse began in game four when Paul harassed a Dallas fan for t…
 
In the second of a two-part series, Jason examines the impact of popular YouTube creator Kevin Samuels, the dapper and blunt relationship guru who died Thursday morning inside his Atlanta apartment at age 56. Samuels attracted a massive YouTube and Instagram following dishing harsh dating advice primarily to black women. Jason considered Samuels th…
 
In the first of a two-part series, Jason examines the impact of popular YouTube creator Kevin Samuels, the dapper and blunt relationship guru who died Thursday morning inside his Atlanta apartment at age 56. Samuels attracted a massive YouTube and Instagram following dishing harsh dating advice primarily to black women. Jason considered Samuels the…
 
Everyone wants to tie the attack on comedian Dave Chappelle to the Will Smith-Oscars “slap heard ‘round the world.” Everyone but Jason Whitlock. In his daily fire-starter, the "Fearless" host argued that the Black Lives Matter movement had more to do with inspiring Isaiah Lee to assault Chappelle on stage than did Will Smith smacking comedian Chris…
 
Jason unleashes the ultimate fire-starter today, crushing black men for allowing the Democratic Party to use black people as political prostitutes and connect the freedom of black people to abortion rights, LGBTQ rights, and promotion of the matriarchy. “We’re being pimped by Democrats,” he complains. “We’re bottom b****es, the most loyal demograph…
 
Jason marshals his "Fearless" soldiers – Royce White, T.J. Moe, Delano Squires, Shemeka Michelle, and Dave Shannon – to help him come to grips with the “leak” heard ‘round the world: The Supreme Court is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade. Jason’s celebration of the news is greatly tempered by his disgust toward the way we learned of the proposed decis…
 
Jason sets fire to the New York Times over the newspaper’s framing of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” as the most racist show in cable news history. A regular contributor to the program, Jason argues the attack on Carlson’s show is an attack on all of its contributors, including himself, Delano Squires, and Royce White. Jason states the NY Times used Carl…
 
This week, Jason covered a myriad of topics in his daily firestarters. Are NBA superstars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving the main ones at fault for the Brooklyn Nets' early playoff exit? Or is the former mayor of the Big Apple the one who deserves most of the blame? Why has the recent purchase of Twitter by Elon Musk caused so much chaos for those o…
 
The Washington Post releases an opinion piece stating that the GOP is no longer a party but is a movement to impose white Christian nationalism. Jason and “Fearless” contributors T.J. Moe and Delano Squires respond to the absurd piece and explain the danger America is in with this kind of ideology. Delano Squires asks whether Rachel Dolezal is owed…
 
Minnesota congressional candidate and former NBA player Royce White passionately responds to a lengthy hit piece published in Thursday’s Washington Post. Jeff Bezos’ publication printed a profile that framed White as a supporter of “white nationalism” and the darling of the “far-right media.” White, who is black, joins Jason and T.J. Moe for a one-…
 
The bickering over Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter brings into focus America’s war between the sexes — that's at the crux of Jason’s daily fire-starter. Jason argues that the feminization of American culture is about women prioritizing safety above freedom. America’s Founding Fathers emphasized freedom over safety. As women have grown in power, …
 
Jason and Fearless contributor Shemeka Michelle spent the first hour of the show discussing the impact of the free speech “climate change” Elon Musk sparked over at Twitter. Based on the reactions of social media activist Shaun King and MSNBC host Joy Reid, climate change could destroy the racial grift of the Democratic Party. Jason and Shemeka vic…
 
Jason starts the show talking about the biggest news story of the day – Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter. Jason argues that the fall of Twitter to Musk is another sign that the era of “woke” is in rapid decline. "Fearless" contributor Royce White still harbors skepticism toward Musk because of the billionaire’s apparent support of transhumanism. …
 
Jason Whitlock exposes who's really behind the alphabet mafia … F.A.A.N.G. (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google). Colin Kaepernick wants back in the NFL, a true sign of modern-day entitlement. New York Times John Kahn’s “George Costanza” — like the photo. The absence of Trump showcases the insanity of the Democratic agenda. Learn more abou…
 
Jason’s fire-starter analogizing Donald Trump to actor Robin Williams’ iconic character John Keating in the movie "Dead Poets Society" sparks a debate about who is a better 2024 presidential candidate, Trump or Florida governor Ron DeSantis. "Fearless" contributor Royce White argues on behalf of Trump. Delano Squires presents the case for DeSantis.…
 
Are we in the final days of woke corporate media? In his daily fire-starter, Jason explores the deeper meaning of the ridiculous homoerotic photoshoot of New York Times editor Joe Kahn. Jason argues that Kahn was pictured in New York Magazine like a female Instagram model to distract from the fact the 57-year-old Harvard grad is a heterosexual whit…
 
In his daily firestarter, Jason used Colin Kaepernick to explore the theme that entitlement has replaced gratitude in America’s modern secular culture. “Entitlement is the antithesis of gratitude, the spirit of thankfulness promoted by traditional religious faith,” Whitlock argued. “He can’t let go of the bitterness he feels about being abandoned b…
 
Today’s episode starts with Jason roasting Colin Kaepernick for a softball interview on the "I Am Athlete" podcast and gets even hotter when pizza billionaire Papa John Schnatter spills all the tea on NFL owners Jerry Jones' and Daniel Snyder’s desire to fire commissioner Roger Goodell. Kaepernick says he wants to play in the NFL. Jason argues that…
 
Jason’s fire-starter explained the enormous threat Elon Musk’s bid to acquire Twitter poses to the establishment, and the opening monologue called out the five families – Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google – of the “Alphabet Mafia.” Fearless contributor T.J. Moe is the first to fan the flames, wondering if former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey i…
 
Former police officer Brandon Tatum, a co-founder of BLEXIT, agreed with Jason’s assessment that BLM is dead, saying the organization “went on vacation and committed suicide.” Fearless contributor Delano Squires talked about his column on the war of worldviews confounding America. Squires said the country is in a fight for faith, fathers, family, a…
 
Elon Musk’s offer to become the sole owner of Twitter has some liberals running scared. Whitlock decries the horrible effects of “Black Twitter” on America and asks if that could be rolled back by the billionaire CEO of Tesla motors. In what way has “Black Twitter” become the modern equivalent of the Ku Klux Klan? Jason ties a number of headlines t…
 
Whitlock welcomes New York gubernatorial candidate Andrew Giuliani and Bill O’Reilly of “No Spin News” to break down the tragic subway shooting in New York City. Does suspect Frank James represent the last straw for the Big Apple? Can New York rebound from the left-wing policies that have led to COVID lockdowns and high crime rates? Is New York doo…
 
BlazeTV host Elijah Schaffer of "Slightly Offens*ve" shares a chilling and fascinating story about growing up in Los Angeles and about attempts by adults to sexually groom him when he was just 13 years old. Jack Posobiec of “Human Events“ explains his recent Twitter ban for a post about Disney and grooming. Congressional candidate Royce White tells…
 
As the world processes the Dwayne Haskins tragedy, controversy swirls around comments from Chase Claypool, Adam Schefter, and Gil Brandt. Why are those debates a product of the de-masculinization of society by Disney and ESPN? Whitlock dives into the intentional drive by corporate media to feminize EVERYTHING, including men's sports. Which sports p…
 
Here is a collection of Whitlock’s biggest blazes from the week that was. How have Disney’s ultra-liberal policies damaged both children AND American sports? Why is ESPN spending so much money on mediocre on-air talent? In what way do the gun-grabbers have the Sacramento shooting narrative completely backwards? Can Elon Musk save Twitter from the w…
 
The fallout continues from Governor Ron DeSantis’ battle with Disney over Florida’s anti-grooming legislation. Whitlock looks at how the radical Disney gender agenda has affected the world of athletics. Why was Disney’s purchase of ESPN and the NBA television rights such a pivotal moment for American sports? How do the differences between Michael J…
 
In a podcast this week, Jon Stewart said that the American dream is unattainable for black people. In reaction, Glenn Beck joins Whitlock to talk about slavery and the Founding Fathers’ plans to wipe it out using Christian principles. In what way is Stewart actually practicing the very racism he claims to be attacking? Why did Beck take a genuine r…
 
Whitlock calls ESPN’s starting line-up Stephen & the Blowfish: Cracker Rear View, in tribute to '90s supergroup Hootie & the Blowfish’s big album. Why is the “Worldwide Leader in Sports” blowing so much money on Stephen A. Smith, Troy Aikman, Joe Buck, Adrian Wojnarowski, and Adam Schefter? How will the “Alphabet Mafia” in the corporate media spin …
 
Billionaire Elon Musk has purchased the largest single share of Twitter. As a political centrist, could the newest member of Twitter’s board of directors help swing the social media giant toward free speech and conservative values? “Fearless” columnist Delano Squires helps Jason break down the real impact of Twitter on America. How does Whitlock ti…
 
Leftists like President Joe Biden and NBA Coach Steve Kerr are using the Sacramento shooting headline to call for gun control. Whitlock explains why the real solution is the complete opposite. Minnesota Congressional candidate Royce White explains why the Constitution’s Second Amendment is so key to keeping tyranny at bay. “Fearless” contributor Sh…
 
NO ONE has a breakdown of the “Oscar Slap” that’s as complete and insightful as Jason Whitlock’s. This collection of the week’s best firestarters will get you up to speed on what the REAL takeaway should be from the Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Chris Rock drama. Whitlock and T.J. Moe will also give you insight into the Tampa Bay coaching cha…
 
Comedian Alex Stein makes his “Fearless” debut to tell Whitlock about a pair of his viral videos. How did Stein crash real city council meetings in Texas to lampoon Lia Thomas and the Left’s reaction to Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine? Why does the comedian have a connection to both Andy Reid and Matthew Stafford? How did recent changes in American…
 
The explosive news that Bruce Arians is stepping aside as the coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was NOT a surprise to Whitlock. How is Tom Brady’s quest for more power the real cause of the change? “Fearless” contributor T.J. Moe reflects on his time with Bill Belichick and the Patriots as he analyzes the story. Steve Kim cannot wait to see what ha…
 
In an epic 78-minute unscripted monologue, Whitlock ties together all the plotlines of Will Smith’s slap debacle. Does he agree with Jim Carrey’s and Bill Maher’s comments on Chris Rock and the new Oscar winner? Why were “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air” and “The Cosby Show” so integral to Jason’s life? How would civil rights legends like Martin Luther…
 
Whitlock takes the “Oscars slap” conversation where no other host can, bringing in conservative guests who disagree with him. Why does author Hotep Jesus argue that Will Smith’s assault on Chris Rock showed a side of manhood that America needed to see? How does BlazeTV host Steve Deace of "The Steve Deace Show" compare Smith’s actions favorably aga…
 
Chris Rock got SMACKED by Will Smith for his “G.I. Jane” joke about Jada Pinkett Smith’s haircut. Why does Whitlock think the comedian came off looking better than the Oscar-winning actor? “CrossPolitic” host Dave Shannon explains why the incident is a logical result of the expansion of cancel culture. Shemeka Michelle weighs the actions of the Smi…
 
Saturday’s super stockpile of Whitlock firestarters gets you up to date on the Supreme Court nominee’s checkered past. You’ll also hear about John Stockton’s battle against Gonzaga’s mask mandate and his memories of the 1992 Olympic Dream Team. Plus, how are ESPN and Disney upping the ante in their quest to be the most woke companies in the radical…
 
Delano Squires blasts Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson and compares her to the timid titular character in “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Why do Whitlock and Squires believe that Left-wing icons like Rachel Levine, Lia Thomas, and Joy Reid have become mere pawns to the radical Democratic playbook? “Fearless” contributors T.J. Moe and Steve Kim ce…
 
Whitlock digs into the strange moments from this week’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings. Why did nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson refuse to answer Senator Marsha Blackburn’s basic question about gender? How do Jackson’s answers to Senator Josh Hawley’s questions reveal her thoughts about crime and biblical truth? T.J. Moe and Shemeka Michelle bala…
 
John Stockton gives Whitlock an exclusive look back at his 19-year NBA career. How does the Hall of Famer remember the day the Utah Jazz drafted him out of Gonzaga in the first round? What was it like being a teammate to Adrian Dantley and Karl Malone? How did he feel about Isiah Thomas’ snub from the 1992 Olympic Dream Team? Which rival player cal…
 
NBA Hall of Famer John Stockton joins the show to give his side of the controversy with his alma mater. How did the maskless ban with Gonzaga — where his son was on the team — actually play out? Why does the Utah Jazz legend have such strong beliefs about the COVID jab? How does he feel about the way Kyrie Irving and Aaron Rodgers were portrayed fo…
 
ESPN has publicly joined parent company Disney in fighting Governor Ron DeSantis and Florida's parental rights bill. What are Whitlock and Steve Kim saying about their former employer and woke announcers Elle Duncan, Carolyn Peck, and Courtney Lyle? Is Uncle Jimmy right that ESPN has become the “Worldwide Leader in Debauchery”? “Cross Politic” host…
 
Whitlock was on FIRE this week! Here are the monologues. How is Tom Brady emulating LeBron James? Why is Jim Harbaugh bringing on a female quarterbacks coach? How should America deal with the lie that Lia Thomas is a woman? Why is Deshaun Watson similar to Kobe Bryant? Is there any way to bring the magic back to March Madness? Learn more about your…
 
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