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Former NBA star Stephen Jackson made social media headlines over the weekend after posting a video of himself hanging out with members of a notorious Chicago gang. The clip shows the NBA champion covered in diamond jewelry and surrounded by young men throwing up gang signs. While Jason doesn’t agree with some of Jackson’s tactics, he does give him …
 
The Supreme Court has been on a roll. First standing up for the Second Amendment, then overturning Roe v. Wade and protecting the sanctity of life, and on Monday affirming the right to religious freedom in America. In a 6-3 decision, the court ruled that the Bremerton School District did indeed violate the First Amendment rights of Coach Joe Kenned…
 
This weekend saw the continued social media meltdown following the SCOTUS decision overturning Roe v. Wade. The tantrums and virtue-signaling weren’t limited to the pro-choice politicians. Male celebrities and sports figures from LeBron James to Kyrie Irving, Barstool’s Dave Portnoy, and even O.J. Simpson stood up as advocates for “women’s rights.”…
 
Former ESPN host Dan Le Batard recently invited longtime sports reporter Michele Tafoya to his new podcast under the pretense of discussing her esteemed career in media. Almost immediately, Le Batard and his legion of leftists ambushed the former Sunday Night Football sideline stalwart over past comments that differ from their political views. The …
 
Today will forever stand as a pivotal moment in our nation’s history: the day that the Supreme Court of the United States overturned Roe v. Wade. The decision and the reaction to it have already revealed a lot about our people and politics. Pro-life groups celebrate, pro-choice groups call for “a night of rage,” and Nancy Pelosi just seems complete…
 
Welcome to the show that almost didn’t happen. With the answer to one single question, Jason finds out a universal truth, nearly derailing the show and his weight loss journey. The Jan. 6 hearing isn't the only dog and pony show happening in Washington. The House Oversight committee is investigating the “toxic work environment” allegedly created by…
 
Huge day of football talk on Wednesday’s episode of "Fearless." Cleveland quarterback Deshaun Watson settled with 20 of the 24 massage therapists suing him for sexual misconduct. Superstar tight end Rob Gronkowski announced he’s quitting football again. And former NFL star turned politician Herschel Walker continues to struggle with the public reve…
 
​​New York Mayor Eric Adams spent the last week tweeting about Juneteenth, the LGBTQ movement, and the importance of Drag Queen Story Hour. Adams embodies the 60-years-in-the-making marriage between black political elites and the LGBTQ movement. Jason argues in his Fire-starter that membership in the Democratic Party requires black voters and polit…
 
Last year, President Joe Biden made Juneteenth the newest federal holiday. The day is said to commemorate slaves in Texas hearing the news of Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation and of their impending freedom on June 19, 1865. Let’s set aside the fact that the 13th Amendment wasn’t ratified until December 1865 and slavery was not officially…
 
Where did Pride Month originate from? The Daily Wire and Gina Carrano collaborated on their latest film, “Terror on the Prairie," but was it actually disruptive to the woke Hollywood industry? SNL comedian Michael Che cracks a joke about his honest thoughts on the January 6 hearings and finally comes out?! Tune in to hear all this and more! Learn m…
 
Talking music and more on this Fearless Friday. Ali Taylor and Tae Lewis are two of the singers of our theme song for “Tennessee Harmony.” They share the creative process behind the song and their journey to Music City. Then, we are joined by Zuby, rapper, author, podcaster, social commentator, and modern-day Renaissance man. Born in the U.K., rais…
 
You probably haven’t heard the name Ethan Liming. Liming was a 17-year-old beaten to death on the campus of LeBron James’ “I Promise” School in Akron, Ohio. LeBron wore a hoodie for Trayvon Martin, took a knee for George Floyd. Other than a tweet wrought with grammatical errors, he is silent for Liming’s murder. It’s because Ethan is white, and the…
 
First, Bill Maher gets red-pilled and slowly drifts to the center. Now, Saturday Night Live’s "Weekend Update" anchor Michael Che is the latest comedian to realize that woke is the real joke. Che recently turned to Instagram to criticize the Jan. 6 hearings in Washington, warning Americans that they need to wake up before they lose their country. I…
 
The Daily Wire documentary “What Is a Woman?” has been a smashing success, championed by fans and subscribers who flock to the site for its conservative commentary. DW’s latest feature film, “Terror on the Prairie,” strays far from the company’s base and more closely resembles another woke feminist Netflix project. Jason attended the world premiere…
 
Pride Month has never been more pervasive, perverse, and public. The weekend saw Pride parades from coast to coast featuring all manner of depravity and nudity all in full display of children. Where did the LGBTQ movement receive its newfound boldness? Jason argues that American culture and Christians are to blame. For decades now, our country has …
 
Matt Walsh’s ‘What Is a Woman?’ has been the topic of the week. ESPN’s Sarah Spain calls Tampa Bay Rays players “bigots” for their … religious beliefs? WaPo makes headlines for suspending one of their own reporters. Matt Walsh talks with Jason about his success and experience with his film. Tune in to feel this heat! Learn more about your ad choice…
 
"What Is a Woman?" has quickly ascended to the top of the chart, becoming the most-watched at-home movie in the month of June barely a week after its release. The documentary is the brainchild of fearless filmmaker Matt Walsh of the Daily Wire. Matt’s journey to expose the lunacy behind the transgender movement has angered LGBTQ supporters to the p…
 
Matt Walsh and his documentary “What Is a Woman?” have been the subject of praise and commendation across the media this week. In the first of a two-part series, the Daily Wire host joins Jason to discuss the film, its acclaim from the audience, silence from film critics, and the death threats its success has spurred. He also answers the question "…
 
Another day, another branch of the leftwing media affirming it remains pedestalled on a platform of race. Washington Post and MSNBC stalwart Jonathan Capehart authored an op-ed warning of the growing fear of "crazy" white people in America. A threat so real that he and his white husband may seek asylum in a yet to be determined locale outside of th…
 
ESPN’s Sarah Spain has tried and convicted members of the Tampa Bay Rays in the court of social media. Their crime: choosing not to wear a “Pride” logo on their uniforms. “Pride is about inclusion, so you don’t love them and you don’t welcome them if you don’t wear the patch” Spain said on “Around the Horn.” She found their expression of freedom bl…
 
Can you handle the truth? Can you handle the heat? Jason is coming out the gates blazing with his Monday fire-starter. The Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh has made headlines with his documentary “What Is a Woman?” What seems like a simple question for most rational people leads Walsh on a journey around America and into the LBTGQ+ community. Jason praises …
 
This weeks’ fire-starters include a long list of scorched topics. We’ve turned Memorial Day from a day of encouragement to entitlement. “Top Gun: Maverick” was presented as a juicy steak. Jason says it’s more like a cheesy McDonald’s burger. Obama and Biden are the star and czar of the "DNC." Tune in to get fired up! Learn more about your ad choice…
 
In the midst of the Boston Celtics' epic comeback against Golden State in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, ESPN’s Mark Jones uttered a phrase that transported Jason into another realm: “The Celtics have stormed ahead. This insurrection has them leading by 11.” In what world would a broadcaster insert political buzzwords into play-by-play? The social media…
 
What do you do when you have no political platform to stand on? If you are a Democrat, you naturally prop yourself up on the dead bodies of black people. That’s what Kentucky Senate hopeful Charles Booker was hoping to accomplish when he channeled his inner Jussie Smollett, placing a noose around his neck to ask for your vote to stop Rand Paul’s re…
 
Memorial Day weekend provided American moviegoers with the most eagerly anticipated film in the post-COVID era, "Top Gun: Maverick." The long-awaited sequel raked in over $350 million at the box office, and the Fearless Army contributed to that total. Jason went to the theater craving a Good Ranchers-quality steak from Tom Cruise and crew, but left…
 
The Memorial Day weekend provides the kindling for Jason’s fire-starter. A day once set aside to pay respect and homage to the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in the pursuit of freedom has devolved into another apathetic display of Americans' newfound entitlement. “Americans are in a race for privilege. We used to race toward freedom,…
 
There are some piping hot fire-starters this week! The self-proclaimed Tim "Jackie" Anderson gets offended at his own reference. The Pittsburgh Steelers QB Dwayne Haskins unfortunately passed away, but where are all the details? A lot has happened in the past week, but why does Barack Obama bring up George Floyd, and how is it relevant to anything …
 
Outrage over the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, intensified after a video surfaced of police standing outside Robb Elementary School as distraught parents screamed for them to take action. Jason asks the question: If law enforcement botched the response to an active assassin running loose in a school, who’s to blame, the cops or the culture? “Fear…
 
“Yesterday, Barack Obama wrote and published the dumbest tweet in the history of Twitter.” That's how Jason ignites today’s fire-starter. Less than 24 hours after a maniac killed 19 innocent children in a Texas elementary school, the former president of the United States swooped in like Kayne West at an award show. “We should take the time to recog…
 
After another tragedy, America finds itself asking the same questions that haven’t led to any answers. From the president to progressive pundits, the familiar fodder of gun control is being force-fed to the masses as the sole solution to mass shootings. Jason seeks to redirect the conversation from the mechanism (the gun) to the motivation (the evi…
 
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. …
 
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