Tough Talk 4: Discontentment: Is America Worth Fighting For?

On today’s episode Isaac and I pose the following question. Is America the greatest country in the world? We discuss a lot of different factors that are required for discussion of this subject to include, GDP per Capita, Life expectancy, and access to WIFI to name a few. This episode is definitely a tough topic, and one that we both worked really hard to come at from an honest data driven perspective. Then we throw all of that data away to discuss things from an anecdotal though-driven approach. Tune in to hear where we both weigh in on the topic.

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Links From Today’s Show

World Happiness Report

Choosing the Arena Episode

More information on Toughness

Free Solo

Essential Scalia

Enlightenment Now

Man’s Search For Meaning

Factfulness

Thymos

Isaac on Instagram

International GDP

Global Firepower Rankings

Population Below the International Poverty Line

Response to the siege to the capitol

Patriot Picks

Beyond Order

Tim Ferris Interview with Jordan Peterson

One response to “Tough Talk 4: Discontentment: Is America Worth Fighting For?”

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