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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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It seems like all the liberal media, celebrities, and leftist influencers have received their 2024 election talking points. It's all about Project 2025, the Heritage Foundation’s proposal for a presidential transition. To hear Joy Reid explain the project's content, you’d think it was Donald Trump’s version of “Mein Kampf.” Whitlock explains what’s…
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On Wednesday, Daily Wire cofounder Ben Shapiro testified before Congress about media censorship. Invited to speak by Republicans, Shapiro started with a five-minute blistering prepared statement that chastised Democrats and others for creating an unfair system that financially penalizes conservative media companies. Demonizing and voting out Democr…
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The fix is in! By all metrics, Caitlin Clark is the clear-cut choice for the WNBA Rookie of the Year. Between points scored and assists, Clark leads all players in production, but that doesn’t matter. All the league and the media want to talk about is Angel Reese’s fraudulent double-double record, and Jason and Jay Skapinac have the proof. Oklahoma…
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Over the July 4th weekend, Chicago saw over 100 shootings, and the city’s mayor finally was able to identify the source of all the violence and murder: white people. Mayor Brandon Johnson laid the blame on a former president — not Barack Obama, the Chicago resident, but Richard Nixon. Nixon is responsible for the Windy City’s bloodshed. Why are bla…
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The NBA debut of Bronny James went the way we thought it would. The junior James managed four points in the Lakers' summer league loss to the Kings, confirming his journey to the league combines entitlement and nepotism. Bronny was born on third base and believes he hit a triple. Jason unpacks his latest thoughts on LeBron and Bronny on “Fearless.”…
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Rapper Rick Ross and his entourage were allegedly jumped after playing Kendrick Lamar’s recent diss track, “Not Like Us,” to mock Drake during a show in his home territory of Canada. With Lamar’s diss track being the hottest song of the summer, the cultural rot of rap continues to plague America. Jason says the song is one of the most divisive and …
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“Horizon: An American Saga—Chapter 1” is an epic Western that fills the movie screen for three hours, and Jason Whitlock sat through the entire film. That may be the greatest endorsement of a movie ever. Whitlock makes his case for why every American should see the latest work by Kevin Costner. We want to hear from the Fearless Army!! Join the conv…
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Bronny James told the media he never really thought about playing in the NBA alongside his dad. Maybe he should have told LeBron that; the Lakers might be in better shape. Little LeBron was the 55th overall pick in the NBA, but with all the hype, you’d think he was the team's biggest off-season acquisition, and he may actually be. Jason and Steve K…
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There is a war raging in the Democratic Party, and the battle lines are drawn between leftist men and liberal women. Joe Biden’s disastrous debate performance has led some Democrats to call for a replacement candidate, and others insist on staying the course, but one thing is clear: The women are being fueled by their emotions and seething hatred f…
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The latest viral sensation on the internet has become the golden calf for heterosexual sin. “Hawk Tuah Girl” is being celebrated online for her answer to a question about her sex life. She’s being championed as single-handedly shutting down Pride Month. Jason explains why you can’t demonize the hyper-sexualized LGBTQ movement and all its hedonistic…
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The blackest show on television is no more. NBC is calling a wrap on “Brother from Another” with Michael Smith and Michael Holley. The pair made the announcement recently and in doing so said the quiet part out loud. NBC specifically designed the show as a response to George Floyd’s death, as an attempt to drive black subscribers to Peacock. Is thi…
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The creators of “Jones Plantation” set out to craft a film that used satire and drama to expose the oppression of America’s political system, and in doing so, they may have set the standard for the American dissident cinema movement. Jason calls the film one of the best he’s seen and welcomes director Andrew Treglia and screenwriter Larken Rose to …
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The fact that the 2024 NBA Draft saw non-American black people with the top two picks (and white guys littered throughout the first round) is a further indictment of the black family structure in our country. Pair the draft with the continued failure of LeBron James' I Promise School, and it should be abundantly clear that the destruction of the nu…
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America has become a meritless society. For example, take Christina Peterson, the Georgia judge arrested after an altercation at a nightclub. An elected judicial official who took an oath to uphold justice, dressed like a stripper fighting with cops. Are you looking for examples in the sports world? Jason presents you the golden calf, Deion Sanders…
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J.J. Redick’s introductory press conference as the Lakers head coach was problematic. Jason explains why and draws the parallel between Redick’s behavior with the escapades of Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift, Bill Belichick and his sugar baby, and the recent video of Bengal’s QB Joe Burrow strutting his stuff at a fashion show while dressed like a wo…
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Just a few days ago, Jason was ready to carve Angel Reese into the Mt. Rushmore of overhyped, overrated athletes — today, he gives the WNBA’s “Envy Queen” her flowers. Is Whitlock to thank for Reese’s double-double performance in the comeback win over Caitlin Clark? As Angel soared, Clark faded, so Jason shares some strong advice for Clark and her …
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Pastor Corey Brooks spent nearly a year on a rooftop to raise money to build a community center in Chicago’s notorious gang-controlled “O’block.” That’s why Pastor Brooks took exception with former NBA star Stephen Jackson “checking in” with the “real ones.” One of the kids featured in Jackson’s infamous “O’block” video is headed to jail accused of…
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Is it just us or has June been less prideful in 2024? Have companies like Target and Bud Light learned their lesson? That's the question that has been raging among the Fearless Army throughout the first half of Pride Month. Jason, T.J. Moe, Steve Kim, Shemeka Michelle, and Wilfred Reilly debate if America’s woke era is dead, dying, or just waiting …
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In a recent episode of “Fearless,” Marc Lamont Hill refused to make a statement concerning his faith when pressed. Hill told Jason he didn’t discuss such matters in public. Imagine our surprise when Hill sends us his previous Juneteenth sermon from a Chicago church. Doing his best Malcolm X impersonation, Hill quotes Scripture and praises the name …
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Is Boston star Jaylen Brown a Black Lives Matter plant? Jason believes so. How else do you explain Brown being named NBA Finals MVP over Jayson Tatum? Brown delivers all the right BLM talking points. In contrast, champion head coach Joe Mazzulla is an example of another Catholic believer using his platform to profess the gospel of Jesus Christ. Whi…
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The Caitlin Clark vs. Angel Reese rivalry is becoming as cutthroat and vindictive as the matriarchal mayhem we see play out in HBO’s hit series “House of the Dragon.” In the latest on-court confrontation, Reese delivered a flagrant foul to Clark, sparking more drama surrounding two of the WNBA’s biggest names. It all comes down to Clark’s refusal t…
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According to the Washington Post, despite the WNBA seeing record growth and ratings thanks to Caitlin Clark, the league is still on track for record financial loss over the next two seasons. Why would a business that has never turned a profit, or broken even, have so much disdain for those responsible for its very existence? It all comes down to th…
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Did Tom Brady just have his Harrison Butker moment? Jason believes so. Brady used his speech for his New England Patriots Hall of Fame induction to deliver a viral, anti-woke message about football and life. Whitlock and T.J. Moe discuss the increasing bravery of white athletes speaking out against the culture and the environment that’s making it p…
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Why the two reports? Shams Charania of the Athletic crowned J.J. Redick as the front-runner for the Lakers' head coaching job, but his former mentor and ESPN colleague Adrian Wojnarowski proclaimed UConn’s Dan Hurley the betting favorite. In a new report, Ethan Strauss speculates that Woj may have just used his reporting to get his close personal f…
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Is there a racial element to all the Caitlin Clark hate? Many believe there is, but Marc Lamont Hill isn’t one. The favorite leftist of "Fearless" joins Jason to debate all of the Cait hate and the role it played in her Olympic team snub. Plus, the pair spar over Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla’s refusal to fall for a reporter’s race-baiting question, a…
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Is Caitlin Clark the best player in the WNBA? No. Is Caitlin Clark what is best for the business of women’s basketball? Yes. That’s why the decision to leave her off of the 2024 U.S. Olympic team makes it clearer than ever that the WNBA, its coaches, and players would rather stand on bigotry than business. Jason unleashes a fire-starter of facts ov…
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You can’t say she didn’t warn us. Grio host and “Real Housewives of New York” star Eboni K. Williams told us last year she was a champion of single motherhood, now the attorney and former Fox News contributor is 40, single, and pregnant. In a glowing piece in “People” magazine she praises God for her miracle daughter conceived through IVF. Shemeka …
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Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey finally comes clean on everything we already knew about social media and the algorithm: It’s all rigged. This is not a new revelation — Whitlock warned us all of the dangers of the social media matrix eight years ago, and nothing has changed. Just look at the drama queens of the WNBA, players like Angel Reese, Chenned…
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Chennedy Carter’s flagrant foul on Caitlin Clark exposed one of the WNBA’s underlying problems. The league isn’t skilled enough, and sports fans don’t want to see violent women acting like aggressive, insecure, envious men. America should have different expectations for men and women, even in sports. Delano Squires and Anthony Walker join Jason to …
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Caitlin Clark’s short time in the WNBA spotlight has been quite revealing. The latest controversy involving a hard, needless foul by the league’s one-woman goon squad has exposed the players and the media’s welfare mindset. ESPN’s Monica McNutt used the opportunity to leave Stephen A. Smith speechless, who in turn doubled down on the racial element…
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Join Jason and the Fearless Army team of Delano Squires, Shemeka Michelle, and Kevin Donahue as they recap and dissect Roll Call 2.0 We hit the highlights from Voddie Baucham, Mark Robinson, E.W. Jackson, Vince Everett Ellison, and more. If you missed this event, BlazeTV subscribers can log on now and catch the entire conference. Not a BlazeTV insi…
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Join the Fearless Army LIVE from Rocketown in Nashville for a special conversation with Voddie Baucham discussing his latest book, “It’s Not Like Being Black: How Sexual Activist Hijacked the Civil Rights Movement” Jason sits down with former Chicago Bulls Head Coach Tim Floyd, Oakland University’s Greg Kampe, former Ole Miss Kermit Davis, former L…
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Stephen A. Smith is the latest sports personality to walk back his attacks on Dallas star Kyrie Irving. Stephen A. once implored Kyrie to retire over his refusal to take the jab. Now, with Irving and the Mavs on the doorstep of the NBA Finals, Smith is apologizing. In that attempt to make amends, Smith mentioned Kenny Smith’s conversation with him …
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Kyrie Irving’s play has the Dallas Mavericks on the verge of the NBA Finals, and his former critics are backpedaling like Deion Sanders in his prime. NBA on TNT analyst Kenny Smith recounted a tale of scolding Stephen A. Smith over his critique of Irving, and even Charles Barkley seems to have moved past his righteous indignation over the vaccine. …
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The Dallas Mavericks could become the 2024 NBA champions. If that happens, former team owner Mark Cuban will take a victory lap, crediting the franchise's award-winning diversity, equity, and inclusion program as the reason and parlay that narrative into a presidential bid. That’s not a prediction, that’s a spoiler. It’s also a lie. Dallas’ success…
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One of country music's most awarded singer-songwriters, Jeffrey Steele, brings his guitar to “Fearless” to share his story of faith and a special song ahead of Roll Call 2.0. He’s joined by John Cooper, the lead singer of the famed Christian rock band Skillet, to talk some tunes. Steele and Cooper will join country star John Rich as a part of Roll …
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Self-described Catholic apologist and podcast host Timothy Gordon joins “Fearless” to answer Jason’s questions about the faith, get his thoughts on the Harrison Butker controversy, and fact-check Pope Francis’ recent comments regarding the nature of the human heart. We want to hear from the Fearless Army!! Join the conversation in the show chat, le…
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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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