What Happens If We Don’t Turn The Other Cheek

Our laws are fairly accepting when it comes to the use of violence in cases of self-defense. Things are less clear when it comes to defending yourself against officers of the law. Georgetown University professor Jason Brennan joins host Krys Boyd to make the case that we should rethink the immunity granted to those whose job is to protect us. His essay “When Nonviolence Isn’t Enough” appears in Reason magazine.