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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Episodes

  • Degenerate Theater: Movies so Terrible They're Actually Good

    August 6th, 2020  |  1 hr 42 mins
    cinema, comedy, comics, culture, humor, movies

    Remso is joined up once again with his friends Zaid, Sean, and Derek, as the degenerate panel discusses some of their favorite "terrible" movies such as "Master of Disguise", "Samurai Cop", "Future Force", "Darkman", and other films so terribly cringy, you'll probably wish you never knew they existed.

  • Second Print Comics Podcast w/ Marc Clair & Remso

    August 4th, 2020  |  3 mins 1 sec
    comedy, comics, culture, scifi

    AVAILABLE NOW wherever podcasts are found! Join veteran comic nerds and podcasters Marc Clair and Remso W. Martinez as they take a whimsical journey through the comic book stories, characters and events that shaped their fandom. Whether you're a lifelong diehard, a lapsed fan or a just beginning your journey into the world of comic book geekdom, Second Print Comics is here to be your guides on this journey into mystery!

  • The Journey That is Your Life (ft. Chris Spangle from "We Are Libertarians")

    August 3rd, 2020  |  1 hr 20 mins
    comedy, libertarian, podcast

    Do we still accept that people can change? Remso talks with "We Are Libertarians" host Chris Spangle to discuss where they are in their lives not just as podcasters, but as people in this crazy world.

  • Escaping Socialism (Ft. Maria Bello)

    July 30th, 2020  |  48 mins 32 secs
    comedy, libertarian, podcast, socialism, venezuela, writing

    The world is a scary place and for the people Venezuela the last several decades, its been outright horrifying. Maria Fernanda Bello, the coalition director for Young Americans Against Socialism (YAAS), discusses growing up in Venezuela and why she ultimately has chosen to live a life in the United States. Just a heads up, this episode does discuss extreme levels of violence and some topics not suitable for small children.

  • BONUS: What I Learned During My Solo Road Trip Around Virginia

    July 27th, 2020  |  55 mins 54 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics

    Road tripping during riots and pandemics isn't my ideal vacation, but I made the best out of it anyway and I'm here to tell you what I learned on this trip about Virginia, some of the issues hitting the nation, and some insights about myself.

  • Leadership in Action (Ft. Cliff Maloney)

    July 27th, 2020  |  37 mins 13 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, inspiration, leadership, mindset

    Leadership as a concept can turn into a completely different animal when its time to place what you know (and what you don't know) into action. Today Remso sits down with the president of Young Americans for Liberty, Cliff Maloney, to discuss the lessons he has learned as someone who has direct impact on thousands of college students and young professionals across the country. From his triumphs to his challenges, we take a deep dive into his leadership style, and the lessons he wishes others can learn from. Grab your notebook! There are a ton of great takeaways from this deep dive into organizational leadership.

  • What Three Experiments Show us About Race in America (Ft. Jen Sidorova)

    July 23rd, 2020  |  48 mins 38 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics

    It's hard not to talk about what's going on in the news right now, but we found a way to learn something out of it. Policy analyst and Young Voices contributor Jen Sidorova discusses three experiments regarding race that show us something about society, and ourselves.

  • Capitalism Save America (Ft. Logan Albright)

    July 20th, 2020  |  47 mins 19 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics

    Times are tough, but business owners are tougher. Free the People's Logan Albright joins the show to discuss his recent documentary which shows us how Virginia distillers are answering the call amidst nationwide hand sanitizer shortages.

  • BONUS: Should You Change Because the World is Changing? (Ft. Tim Preuss)

    July 16th, 2020  |  1 hr 6 mins
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics

    The world may be changing, but do you have to change? Remso is joined by podcasting veteran Tim Preuss of the Tim Preuss Podcast, and the two discuss changes they have and haven't made in their lives as a result of the craziness going on around them. Also, Tim explains whether or not he lived with a pack of mountain lions while he was on a hiatus from his show, things get weird fast.

  • Self-Publishing Your Book (Ft. Matt Wright)

    July 16th, 2020  |  44 mins 17 secs
    authors, books, comedy, publishing, self-publishing, writing

    Should you self-publish your book? Remso and author Matt Wright compare their experiences self-publishing both of their books, writing about topics you might not have first-hand knowledge of, the difference between literary agents and publicists, and why you need an official doctor's note to attend sex addicts anonymous meetings.

  • Is the Expatriate Life For You? (Ft. Marc Clair From Lions of Liberty)

    July 13th, 2020  |  51 mins 38 secs
    comedy, culture, economics, humor, libertarian, mindset, politics, travel

    Remso is joined by good friend Marc Clair from the Lions of Liberty podcast. Marc calls in from Mexico to discuss the factors that led him to move there temporarily, how the American dollar stacks up overseas, learning skills that can help you work from literally anywhere, and why we should get out of our comfort zones and travel outside our borders a time or two.

  • Creating Comics (and Discussing Demons) w/ Douglas Ernst

    July 9th, 2020  |  50 mins 19 secs
    comedy, comics, culture, paranormal, religion, writing

    Washington Times journalist and writer of the "Soulfinder" comic book series, Douglas Ernst, joins the show to discuss how he got into comic books, the process of creating an indie comic book, and the origins and inspirations behind Soulfinder.