James and Alex are back, this episode the hosts sit down to discuss America's post-9/11 death toll. The pair go through a range of conflicts and countries exposing the numbers of dead, starved and otherwise injured in American military interventionism. The episode also explores several individual incidents of incompetence and malice carried out by the American military establishment and the moral implications this casts on the US Empire.
James, Alex, and returning guest Borzoi sit down to discuss one of the most contentious issues of our time: divorce and the dissolution of the family. The hosts range across a wide variety of topics on everything from the financial and social situation of divorcees to the the effect on children and how modern social expectations may be making marriages harder and harder to maintain.
James and Alex sit down to go through the lengthy history of American (and European) support for the so-called State of Israel. The ways in which the American people are forced to compromise for this small state in the Middle East, and all the corruption and political machinations that this entails.
Alex and James sit down to discuss the state of sex, relationships, men and women in modern America. A decline in social engagement, hyper reality and a lack of natural paths for people to express gender roles is leading to radical alternations in behavior.
James and Alex return for episode twelve of By The Numbers! The hosts tackle a mountain of information about Boomers, their social behaviour, their feelings about unions and their history of family formation and how they still divorce even today.
Alex and James take a diver into credentialism in the eleventh installment of By The Numbers. Corporate America, education, the state and the well off have left entire generations of Americans behind, are excluding them from the job market and assuring that prosperity is not in the future of White youth.
James returns for the tenth intallment of By the Numbers where he and Alex open the discussion with a laugh about Jason Aldeen and Oliver Anthony. The pair expound upon the severely lacking Conservative definition of working class, the destruction of that class, and the cultural classicisms within.
In the ninth installment of By the Numbers, Borzoi fills in for James Karlsson as he and Alex McNabb take a look at the Palladium Magazine article "Complex Systems Won’t Survive the Competence Crisis"
In the eighth installment of By the Numbers, Borzoi fills in for James Karlsson as he and Alex McNabb take a sociological lens to the state of American Christianity, their institutional capture by radical liberalism, and the pessimistic portents of Christianity's future in the United States.
In the seventh installment of By the Numbers the hosts begin tackling the aspirational foundations of modern American society. America was transformed from a society with the most extensive public transportation in the world to one where public transit is rare and automobiles dominate the landscape. Alex delves into the history of this transformation and James challenges listeners to question the world around them rather than assume that the way we live is natural or a logical evolution.