Every great story has a victor. And that victor is often aligned with what is 'good'; what is 'righteous'; what is 'just'.
America's culture would define these types as the good guys. You know, the heroes. The ones who look out for those who don't have the strength necessarily to look out for themselves. It's a characteristic that we often associate with athletes, war heroes, and as of late, our political leaders.
Yet America doesn't always agree on who the good guys really are. As evidenced from these past few elections, can America adequately define who its good guys are and who are her bad guys? There are many opinions on that. And it's a topic I'll be delving deeper into with this episode.