Episode Archive

106 episodes of On The Run with Remso W. Martinez since the first episode, which aired on May 7th, 2020.

  • California Dreamin' Turned Nightmare (Ft. Tahmineh Dehbozorgi)

    March 4th, 2021  |  37 mins 23 secs
    business, capitalism, economics, finance, financial freedom

    California doesn't have much to offer anyone these days right? Well if you said yes you are right... and you're also wrong. Young Voices contributor Tahmineh Dehbozorgi joins the program from the wasteland of the people's republic of California to discuss how the state has decimated its non-profit space and is also continuing to become the standard for progressive governance across the country and so much more.

  • The Lockdown's Impact on Churches (Ft. Ericka Andersen)

    March 1st, 2021  |  36 mins 39 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics, religion

    How has the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns throughout the country impacted churches across the United States? Remso talks with Ericka Andersen about how churches have been affected, and how they can recover during our "new normal."

  • Advice From the Man Who Wrote His Own Obituary

    February 25th, 2021  |  44 mins 45 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics

    A Texas man is diagnosed with stage-four pancreatic cancer and a month later passes from it. In his way, he leaves an obituary he wrote about himself. What wisdom was left? What lessons are learned? How can we evaluate our lives by looking at a man who was at the end of his? All this and more, as well as a special challenge you can get involved with mentioned at the end of the episode.

  • Are Demons & Possession Real? (Ft. Billy Hallowell)

    February 22nd, 2021  |  52 mins 17 secs
    hauntings, paranormal, religion, writers

    The world is a scary place, but it gets even scarier when you begin to open up to the potential supernatural and paranormal activity around us. Journalist and author Billy Hallowell joins the program today to discuss his new book "Playing With Fire", which looks into real-life accounts regarding demonic activity and even possession.

  • Should The United States Support Chinese Refugees? (Ft. Rachel Chiu)

    February 18th, 2021  |  41 mins 23 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics

    Young Voices contributor and policy researcher Rachel Chiu tells her grandmother's story of life under communism in China, and offers thoughts on where the US should go next with relations to the CCP, refugees, and more in today's episode.

  • For the Love of Beer, Wine, and Spirits (Ft. Jeff Bradford)

    February 15th, 2021  |  53 mins 9 secs
    beer, business, comedy, culture, journalism, mindset, society, whiskey, wine

    Jeff Bradford retired from the military, sold everything he has, and then traveled the world with a camera to learn more about beer, wine, and spirits. Sound like he's living the life? Jeff thinks so, but this overnight success didn't just happen exactly overnight. Jeff and Remso discuss what led him to become a full-time content creator, how the military prepared him for the life he lives today, and how he wants to change the narrative in terms of how we view the drinks we love.

  • Understanding the "Parallel Economy" (Ft. Brad Polumbo)

    February 11th, 2021  |  53 mins 32 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics

    Should conservatives just create their own separate economy to avoid Cancel Culture and censorship? Washington Examiner columnist and host of "Breaking Boundaries", Brad Polumbo, joins the program to discuss how consumers might be more to blame than anyone wants to admit, and how further jumping into echo chambers will only make our culture and society even more toxic.

  • Why Libertarianism w/ Guest Host Brian Nichols

    February 8th, 2021  |  30 mins 14 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics

    Why freedom? Why free markets? Why all this craziness? Brian Nichols returns to discuss the big question among new and veteran listeners alike- why liberty? Why specifically libertarianism? All this and more is discussed in this episode, don't miss out!

  • Finding Liberty Outside of Politics w/ Guest Host Brian Nichols

    February 4th, 2021  |  30 mins 38 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics

    Brian Nichols from The Brian Nichols Show guest hosts today's episode to discuss how we can find true freedom outside of the standard political process and more.

  • How the Internet Ruined Gaming (Ft. The Degenerate Panel)

    February 1st, 2021  |  1 hr 31 mins
    cinema, comedy, comics, culture, horror, humor, movies

    The Degenerate Panel re-assembles to discuss how MMO's, in-app purchases, and DLC's have made the simple process of enjoying a videogame into the nothingness of ads, glitches, bugs, and other annoying features that have taken all the joy out of buying a new game.

  • Why Some People Shouldn't Own Bitcoin

    January 28th, 2021  |  31 mins 36 secs
    bitcoin, business, cryptocurrency, finance, money

    Everywhere you go in terms of financial or cryptocurrency advice you're going to hear two things- people saying buy all the Bitcoin you can, and other people telling you not to touch it at all. There is a key fallacy in both arguments leaving you in the dark in terms of what is the best decision you as an individual should make. Remso breaks down the reasons why you either should or shouldn't own Bitcoin, and why he actually doesn't own any (for now).

  • When the Media Silences Speech (Ft. Ken LaCorte)

    January 25th, 2021  |  46 mins 47 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics

    We're in a dangerous era of information warfare, and Ken LaCorte's Media Action Network is mobilizing the last ragtag team of journalists and activists to hold the media and Big Tech accountable in the age of Cancel Culture. Remso and Ken discuss the dark turn of the American media, the softening of reporters and news consumers alike, and what has to be done to turn the tide.