Jason Whitlock

American sports journalist and culture critic

Jason Lee Whitlock (born April 27, 1967, in Indianapolis, Indiana) is a sportswriter for The Kansas City Star, Foxsports.com, as well as a former AOL Sports writer, contibutor to ESPN, and radio personality for WHB and KCSP sports stations in the Kansas City area.


  • I'm not mad at Limbaugh. He expresses no shame to the game he's been running for two decades. He's an opportunistic, race-baiting, anti-black entertainer. The popularity of the gangsta element of hip-hop music culture has allowed Limbaugh to proudly claim that his form of entertainment is mainstream.
  • And here come the Left Brothers — Al "747" Sharpton and Jesse "DC 10" Jackson — barreling in for a landing on top of Goodell's dome. And this time every black person with an ounce of common sense and self-respect is riding shotgun with Jesse and Al, who have justifiably voiced their displeasure with Limbaugh's ownership bid.

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