From the bit I read, I'd say you are pretty cocky and a turn off as a candidate. Yes, you may have all the bells and whistles....but to be honest, they're too loud- and personally, I definitely wouldn't want to work with someone like that. You make it seem as if you know it all, and quite frankly if you did you wouldn't have put up this post.
I suggest you keep trying, but with a more humble attitude. I myself will be a new grad in December, and I know that things are not the way they used to be a few years ago. But again, look around and see all the people with educations, who were in top positions that may be bagging your groceries or taking your order- they may not like it, but I'm sure they are grateful for a job. So be grateful to have the opportunity to interview, even if it leads to nothing. Eventually you will get a job and as you say, if you know you will excel, then you will.
I am also at the top of my class, honor society, NSNA board member, etc.-but I know I can't count on that to get me a job. Hopefully a smile and just a sincere interest to work will give me a chance, and only then will I add the fact that I have a list of acheivements.....a better reason to hire me.
Best of luck. If you're such an acheiver then you know you will land a job