I’m not sure I see anything in these pictures to support the premise that the U.S. is “an overcompensating, attention-seeking brat.” We’re bigger than most countries, smaller than others. So what? We produce more cars, cell phones, patents, medical devices, doctors, research papers, wheat, corn, soy, beef, milk, cheese, rice, tanks, fighter jets, helicopters, foreign assistance, relief shipments, blockbuster movies, and rock-and-roll albums than almost any 40 countries combined. Our “poor” people eat more hamburgers in a day than all of Pyongyang and Kinshasa will eat in a decade. If anything, much of the rest of the world is an underperforming, handout-seeking mooch. Where does that show on the map?