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JSC Radio -- Which stands for Jay Scott Confidential -- is not your typical podcast. We take a look into the mind of Jay Scott Smith. JSC Radio is a Lifestyle Podcast that talks about everything from the big issues in the sports world, pop culture, hip-hop, pro wrestling, video games, Anime, tech, geek culture, feminism, or whatever else I see fit.

JSC Radio -- Which stands for Jay Scott Confidential -- is not your typical podcast. We take a look into the mind of Jay Scott Smith. JSC Radio is a Lifestyle Podcast that talks about everything from the big issues in the sports world, pop culture, hip-hop, pro wrestling, video games, Anime, tech, geek culture, feminism, or whatever else I see fit.
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JSC Radio -- Which stands for Jay Scott Confidential -- is not your typical podcast. We take a look into the mind of Jay Scott Smith. JSC Radio is a Lifestyle Podcast that talks about everything from the big issues in the sports world, pop culture, hip-hop, pro wrestling, video games, Anime, tech, geek culture, feminism, or whatever else I see fit.

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Episodes

Episode 87: The Butler Did It

10/11/2018
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Episode 87 of The People's Podcast does yet another unexpected follow-up on Episode 74!? This time, it touches on Kanye West, but not in the way you think. On #MentalHealthDay, Jay gets real about his mental health, why attributing Kanye's incredible ignorance to his Bipolar Disorder is irresponsible, and he implores you to get the help you need. Then, Jimmy Butler channeled his inner Ric Flair and had himself a day as he continues to try to get out of Minnesota, why the Pistons and Red...

Duration:00:52:57

Episode 86: Cut The Cake

9/27/2018
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Episode 86 of The People's Podcast does an unexpected follow-up on Episode 74 back in April as Bill Cosby was formally sentenced to prison for sexual assault, capping of a fall from grace that was decades in the making. Jay shoots hard on the Cosby enablers who are trying to make a case about the assault of dozens of women over 50 years into a case of racism. We're not playing that here. Plus: We pull out the infamous 2004 speech that came back to bite Bill in the ass. But First: We thank...

Duration:00:54:54

Episode 85: The Noble Journalist

9/12/2018
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The landmark 85th Episode of The People's Podcast welcomes another illustrious guest: Award-winning television journalist Brittany Noble. She's a St. Louis native who had spent nearly a decade in TV working around the country. Brittany is best known as the woman who first broke the story on St. Louis NBC Station KMOV of the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. in 2014. She joins us to talk about her career, what inspired her to get into TV, what happened when she got the call to come in...

Duration:01:36:47

Episode 84: Sacrificial Lamb

9/7/2018
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Episode 84 is here and it's sure to be hotter than a white dude's Nikes. The People's Podcast returns to touch on the firestorm started by Nike's brave decision to re-up with the exiled Colin Kaepernick for its 30th Anniversary "Just Do It" campaign and the nationwide hissy fit it set off in Red Hat America. Then, Jay gives you his take on the upcoming NFL season, including his outlook on the Detroit Lions (hint: It could get ugly). Illingsworth's new album "You're No Fun" drops Sept. 28....

Duration:00:56:58

Episode 75: #RetroReview - WrestleMania 14

5/2/2018
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The People's Podcast returns and, after a few delays, so does the #RetroReview. This time, it's WrestleMania 14: The Austin Era officially begins. It's the night the Attitude Era kicked off in earnest as Stone Cold Steve Austin takes the crown from Shawn Michaels. It's almost 2 hours of foolishness as we look at a 1998 pay-per-view through 2018 eyes and enjoy it in all of its problematic glory, including: The Road Warriors get a makeover, Sgt. Slaughter takes a Powder from Chyna, Sable sets...

Duration:01:59:35

Episode 74: Westbound & Down

4/27/2018
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The People's Podcast returns to deal with a couple of the most problematic Black Men on the Planet. First, Jay talks about the end of Bill Cosby, as he officially completes his tumble from "America's Dad" to convicted sexual predator, as well as taking Black America to task for enabling so much of this and shaming women into silence. Then, we hit Kanye West. While so many people seem appalled and shocked by his shameless pandering to Trump, one guy saw through Mr. West 13 years ago. Be sure...

Duration:00:45:52

Episode 73: Johnny on the Spot

4/12/2018
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The People's Podcast takes a look back at WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans along with the insanely great NXT TakeOver from last weekend, including: how surprisingly good Ronda Rousey is and can be in Pro Wrestling; Charlotte Flair ends Asuka's streak; How WM35's main event is already booked; how WWE dropped the ball on Styles v. Nakamura; and Can we end the Roman Reigns thing now? Plus: Jay talks about the greatness that was Johnny Gargano v. Tommaso Ciampa and how Mauro Ranallo is a national...

Duration:00:55:58

Episode 72: A Hill To Die On

3/30/2018
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Season 3 of the People's Podcast sticks with hoops for the second straight week. This week, it's the curious case of Grant Hill. He was elected to the Basketball of Hall of Fame and deservedly so. His career was like a supernova that burned out due to injury while being hampered by poor teammates, rough timing, horrid uniforms, and a fan base that didn't fully embrace him until he was on his way out. Then, It's more JSC Words of Wisdom as Jay helps you find inspiration...in batting stances?...

Duration:00:48:16

Episode 71: Ball Don't Lie

3/21/2018
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Season 3 of the People's Podcast comes in hot as both the Michigan State Spartans and Detroit Pistons have completely soiled themselves -- but in different ways. First, Jay tees off on his Alma Mater, who found a way to lose to an offensively inept Syracuse team -- in DETROIT no less -- and make another unexpectedly early exit from the NCAA Tournament. Then, Jay goes at the painfully mediocre Pistons. After a nice start to the season, they have fallen off a cliff then traded away a future...

Duration:00:46:41

Episode 70: Third Eye Blind

3/14/2018
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Do you know what today is? IT'S OUR ANNIVERSARY! That's right. Two years ago, JSC Radio was unleashed on us all and we send Season 2 out with a bang. Jay takes some time to reflect on the first 2 years of JSC Radio, and gets off some words of wisdom on "Hope." Then, he hits on the foolishness of Woken Warriors claiming Bruno Mars is stealing from Black Culture. Plus: Doc Illingsworth produced a track for Phonte and we take a moment to remember Craig Mack. Be sure to drop a 5-Star Rating on...

Duration:00:57:53

Episode 69: Panther Power

3/9/2018
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Episode 69 ::giggles::: of the People's Podcast is here and, it's time to talk about Black Panther. You had a month to watch it, and now I get to talk about it. Jay talks about the movie not just being a film, but a cultural event, we talk about the cast, the transformational performance of Michael B. Jordan, and the influence the movie is having on the Black Community. Plus: Get Out won an Academy Award, which is what Jay called a year ago. Be sure to drop a 5-Star Rating on iTunes,...

Duration:00:34:01

Episode 68: Balling For Dollars

3/1/2018
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Episode 68 of the People's Podcast is here and, it's entering March like a Lion going all Hoops -- College & Pro. First, Jay hits on the FBI's investigation of numerous college hoops programs including how Michigan State got caught in the net and why the NCAA -- and not the programs and agents -- are largely to blame for this foolishness. Then, we hit the Dallas Mavericks situation where yet another poisonous case of office culture had been exposed as the NBA gets dinged by the #MeToo...

Duration:01:04:04

Episode 67: Parkland

2/23/2018
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Episode 67 of the People's Podcast is here and, unfortunately, we're once again back to talking about gun violence in the wake of the massacre in Parkland, Fla. last week. Much like Episodes 11 (Orlando) and 52 (Las Vegas), we get real about gun violence, how now is past the time to talk about gun control and putting an end to mass shootings, and why this country's alleged leadership is abhorrent. Plus, we take the scumbags attacking these amazingly brave surviving teens to task. Not...

Duration:00:37:57

Episode 66: #RetroReview - 1998 WWF Royal Rumble

2/22/2018
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The People's Podcast returns and, after a few delays, so does the #RetroReview. This time: It's the 1998 Royal Rumble. We're on the other side of the Montreal Screwjob, Bret Hart is gone, Shawn is still champ, and a Rattlesnake has a rocket strapped to him. We look at a 1998 pay-per-view through 2018 eyes and enjoy it in all of its problematic glory, including: Goldust going through an identity crisis, Vader taking Luna Vachon for a rough ride, The Rock is rounding into shape, The Godwinns...

Duration:01:57:39

Episode 65: Flipping The Birds

2/9/2018
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The Landmark 65th Episode of the People's Podcast brings us one of the most outrageous celebrations a city has ever seen as the Philadelphia Eagles won the damn Super Bowl. We hit on the Eagles win over the Patriots, talk about the insane celebrations/riots that followed, hit on the incredible parade, and talk about Jason Kelce dropping one of the all-time great promos. Plus: The NBA Trade Deadline turned into the Cleveland Massacre. We're having fun this week, y'all. Be sure to drop a...

Duration:00:51:43

Episode 64: Blake Neck Speed

2/1/2018
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It's funny what seven days can change. Episode 64 hits on the wild last week involving the Continued Fallout of the Larry Nassar Debacle at Michigan State along with the misdirected anger at The OTL piece. Plus: The Pistons are thirsty for attention and decided to trade for Blake Griffin -- which was apparently news to him. He paid the price of “loyalty." And Rufio Jones is out here scamming fools in his new single. Be sure to drop a 5-star review on iTunes, Google Play, Audioboom, and...

Duration:01:04:56

Episode 63: Birds of a Feather

1/25/2018
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Episode 63 hits you with that raw truth about the Larry Nassar fiasco at Michigan State University, along with his reaction to the sentencing, his thoughts on the horrible statements made by Joel Ferguson, how this school's priorities are all out of wack, and his real time reaction to the resignation of Lou Anna Simon. Plus: Super Bowl LII is set and the NFC Champions are damn near in Jay's literal backyard. Buckle up y'all. Be sure to leave a 5-star review on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google...

Duration:01:02:25

Episode 62: This Ain't Sparta

1/19/2018
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As a follow up to Episode 40, this episode deals with the fallout of the Larry Nassar debacle at Michigan State. The victim statements this week have been nothing short of soul-crushing and it seems the University is doing all it can to skirt responsibility for this disaster happening on its watch. All signs point to a situation that rivals that of Baylor and Penn State and it is time for a change at the top in East Lansing. This week's show will be more graphic in nature than usual so you...

Duration:00:57:07

Episode 61.5: I'm Black & I Have a Dad

1/11/2018
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A year ago, Jazmine Duke made a memorable appearance on the show where she was very bold and outspoken about Feminism, women's health, sex, and her relationship with her father. Along the way, she also mentioned that she was writing a book about that relationship called "I'm Black and I Have a Dad." Now, Jaz is back and she brought her Dad, Aaron, with her. The first return guest in JSC History talks about the book, their relationship, what growing up in Minnesota was like, being the product...

Duration:01:09:37

Episode 61: Check The Report

1/4/2018
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HAPPY NEW YEAR, HUMANOIDS! Guess who's back! For the first show of 2018, The People's Podcast bids farewell to Jim Caldwell, the worst "best coach" in NFL History. We address the Detroit Lions doing something un-Lionsy in getting rid of him, break down his so-called "winning record", get deep into the moment that he should've been canned, and Jay has a special message for those who willfully accept being mediocre. The rage is back, y'all. Support the show at jayscottsmith.com Become a Patron...

Duration:00:43:41