About the show

How do you achieve maximum liberty in your lifetime? That's the question bestselling author, former journalist, and filmmaker Remso W. Martinez wanted to learn, so he's bringing you on the journey to find out! From topics ranging from financial independence, spiritual discovery, to radical lifestyles and disruptive technologies, Remso brings you the gonzo insights he's known for as well as remarkable guests taking bold steps into a freer world.

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  • Are UFOs a "Socially Acceptable" Topic? (Ft. Jess Rogge)

    April 15th, 2021  |  40 mins 54 secs
    aliens, comedy, conspiracies, culture, politics, ufos

    Are we at a point in time where we can sit down and have a serious conversation about the existence of UFOs and alien life? Remso talks with "The Rogge Report" host, Jess Rogge, about the barriers and challenges in our current environment preventing us as a society from further exploring whether or not we are prepared to learn whether we are alone in the galaxy or not.

  • What Women Think Men Think About Women (Ft. Kerry Slone and Myah Master)

    April 12th, 2021  |  1 hr 39 mins
    cinema, comedy, comics, culture, humor, movies

    This is the most dangerous episode of the show ever recorded because it has two women discussing their feelings about men and Remso stands in the middle between order and chaos. In all seriousness, Remso reads off listener-submitted questions as Kerry Slone, Myah Master, and he discusses the differences, confusions, and misconceptions that boggle the minds of what women think about men and vice versa.

  • Can Individual States Regulate Social Media? (Ft. Josh Withrow)

    April 8th, 2021  |  57 mins 26 secs
    business, capitalism, economics, finance, financial freedom

    Josh Withrow from the National Taxpayers Union Foundation joins the program to discuss the current situation regarding states such as Florida and Utah attempting their own form of regulations aimed at social media. Is there a legitimate case to be made? Will the courts uphold these different legislations even if they are signed into action? All this and more is discussed in today's episode.

  • A Look Inside the ISIS Battlefield (Ft. Hollie McKay)

    April 5th, 2021  |  38 mins 7 secs
    culture, foreign policy, journalism, media, war

    Hollie McKay is the author of the recent book "Only Cry for the Living: Memos from Inside the ISIS Battlefield." Hollie is a foreign policy expert and war crimes investigator. She was an investigative and international affairs/war journalist for Fox News Digital for over fourteen years where she focused on warfare, terrorism, and crimes against humanity. Hollie has worked on the frontlines of several major war zones and covered humanitarian and diplomatic crises in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, Iran, Turkey, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Burma, Russia, Africa, Latin America, and other areas. Her globally-spanned coverage, in the form of thousands of print articles and essays, has included exclusive and detailed interviews with numerous captured terrorists, as well as high-ranking government, military, and intelligence officials and leaders from all sides.

  • Building Up Mental & Physical Fortitude (Ft. Sophie Elouise)

    April 1st, 2021  |  56 mins 37 secs
    culture, fitness, mental health, mindset, travel

    To come out of a devastating emotional event or suffer from physical trauma or injury is a journey many of us know all too well. In today's episode, I catch up with my old friend Sophie who had to overcome one of the most severe health crisis anyone can encounter- a stroke at the age of 24. From finishing her masters to starting her PhD, all while developing her body to become a precision athlete and bodybuilder, Sophie is one of those rare individuals who was knocked down emotionally and physically and managed a comeback few could imagine. If you need the motivation to start lifting, this is the episode for you.

  • 5 Lessons My Military College Experience Taught Me

    March 29th, 2021  |  45 mins 49 secs
    comedy, education, leadership, military

    From 2013-2015 I attended Marion Military Institute and was part of their Army ROTC Early Commissioning Program. This two-year military junior college kicked my butt, yet managed to make me into a wiser and more mature person (that last part is debatable). From learning the ins and outs of college to the fundamentals of becoming a soldier and an Army officer, in this episode, I discuss the five key lessons I took out of my experience there.

  • Reaction: Actor Chris Evans on Anxiety and Depression

    March 25th, 2021  |  32 mins 16 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics

    What the heck does actor, mega-rich, handsome Captain America himself, Chris Evans, have to complain about? In this episode, I react to an interview Chris Evans did back in 2017 where he opens up about dealing with depression, anxiety, and even low confidence. How does he deal with all of that? What are his tactics and mantras? Wisdom is to be gained once we stop judging, and start listening.

  • Ask a Latina!

    March 22nd, 2021  |  58 mins 9 secs
    comedy, culture, dating, latina, latino, race

    We're going back in time people! I've never enjoyed talking about the issue of race, specifically mine. My heritage is what some may call "confusing" and sometimes when I try and learn about it, even I get more confused, especially when it comes to the Puerto Rican side of the family. In today's episode, we're playing back a conversation from 2019 from my old show "The Remso Martinez Experience" where my friend Britney and I discuss the common stereotypes about Latin and Hispanic people.

  • For and Against "Black Superman"

    March 18th, 2021  |  54 mins 35 secs
    cinema, comedy, comics, culture, humor, movies

    Ta-Nehisi Coates and J.J. Abrahams have struck fear into the hearts of millions of fans by being tapped together for a potential Superman reboot featuring a black actor as the titular character. Remso looks at the good, the bad, and the real reason why people are opposing the idea of a "black Superman" and diversity in comics in general. The reasons behind all this ruckus is more complicated, and even less complicated than you might think.

  • The Stories Behind the Watches We Wear (Ft. Remso's Dad)

    March 15th, 2021  |  1 hr 6 mins
    cinema, comedy, comics, culture, humor, movies

    Watches are more than just things you wear on your wrist or even the tools they are capable of being, they are also the memories they represent. In this episode, Remso is joined by his father who first got him into watch collection. They discuss the five watches from each of their collections that mean the most to them, what they think about the hobby, and ultimately whether watches still serve a purpose in our tech driven culture.

  • My Walter Mitty Icelandic Experience

    March 11th, 2021  |  55 mins 3 secs
    adventure, iceland, nature, philosophy, travel, vacation

    I went through an incredibly difficult low point in my life after finishing college in 2017, but an unexpected trip to Iceland ended up causing something inside of me to take a step back from my struggles and truly remember what it is to have fun and a sense of awe and adventure again. From watching glaciers tip over to drinking straight from a waterfall's stream and riding an ATV for the first time on a trail meant for experts, I got more than I gambled for on that trip.

  • Chuck E. Cheese Confessions (Ft. The Degenerate Panel)

    March 8th, 2021  |  55 mins 7 secs
    cinema, comedy, comics, culture, horror, humor, movies

    The boys return after watching "Willy's Wonderland" and wonder, "how bad could working at Chuck E. Cheese really be?" Terrible, it could be absolutely terrible. Pop some popcorn and grab a beer as the Degenerate Panel travels through a Reddit thread full of crotch shots, drunk parents, shootings, drugs, grand theft, and tons of fun in the process!