Mat Best and Jarred Taylor host Mike the Cop in the Black Rifle Coffee headquarters in Texas along with guest host, Johnny Elsasser of the Art of Masculinity podcast. The group discusses the current changes taking place across the country in the law enforcement community, the future of policing, and an epic movie concept where the country is ran by the BRCC crew.
Mat Best and Jarred Taylor host country music superstar Granger Smith at the Black Rifle Coffee Headquarters in Texas. The group discuss the effects of COVID on the entertainment industry, making a living in the digital era, filming unscripted music videos, and actually living the “Yee Yee” country lifestyle rather than just singing about it.
The fellas are reunited in San Antonio for another Core Four episode. Jarred describes his mornings as a drunk in extreme detail before the group touches on a variety of topics to include the metaphoric “unappreciative trans-species bears” and, of course, politics.
Evan Hafer and Trevor Thompson sit down together in the Black Rifle Coffee offices in Salt Lake City to discuss their reactions to the recent election and their opinions on the future of America.
Jarred Taylor continues the series of interviewing key members of the success story that is Black Rifle Coffee Company as he sits down one on one with fellow Free Range American host, Executive Vice President of Black Rifle Coffee, former Army Ranger and YouTube creator Mat Best. Jarred and Mat dive into how they met and the timeline leading up to the creation of BRCC, building a team, defining a brand and what the future may hold for the veteran owned coffee company.
Jarred Taylor hosts Navy veteran and founder of Parlatore Law Group, Tim Parlatore. JT and Tim discuss the shady culture of NCIS and the Navy JAG Corps, his role as the lead attorney in the successful defenses of Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher as well as the men who parachuted off the World Trade Center, and other notable legal cases that Tim has experienced in his cloud-based law firm.
Hosts Evan Hafer and Trevor Thompson are joined by Greg Anderson in the BRCC building in Salt Lake City. Greg is a former Seattle Port Authority Police Officer who was placed on administrative leave and later fired after posting a video to social media. The three dive into the reasons Greg posted his video regarding the limitations and responsibilities of law enforcement officers and the subsequent firing of Greg from the Seattle Port Authority Police Department. The group also touches on popular topics regarding current events and politics leading up to a major election year.
Jarred Taylor hosts Jeremy Carey of Ironclad Cinema. Ironclad has worked with many top tier brands to create high quality content including Free Range American guest Jack Carr. JT and Jeremy discuss the different paths and motivations that led them to their careers in content creation and offer some advice for the next generation of filmmakers.
Hosts Evan Hafer and Jarred Taylor welcome Medal of Honor Recipient Leroy Petry to the podcast. The group discusses topics such as the lives of 75th Ranger Regiment soldiers, how hardship in life can prove to be beneficial, and the issues the nation is facing as Election Day approaches.
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Mat Best and Logan Stark host Jamey Caldwell, retired Army Sergeant Major and current pro bass fisherman. Jamey Spent over 21 years serving in special operations and now fishes competitively and provides training courses for weapons with a specialty in night vision tactics.