The arrest of Nurse Alex Wubbels has police conduct in the national spotlight again.
The accepted by most, concept that police have different rights (moral relativism) than you and I do, urinates on a major concept that this country was founded upon. i.e. That all men are created equal. It is also a tenet of the Church of Satan.
Nurse Alex Wubbels refused to let police draw blood from an unconscious crash victim and ended up arrested. The ensuing national controversy has brought police conduct back into the spotlight, raising several questions. Is it necessary to be above the law to enforce it? Does the policy of granting “qualified immunity” to officers incentivize irresponsibility? Would police ranks have far fewer “bad apples” if officers were required to carry malpractice insurance? Antony and James address all this and more.
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Antony Davies is associate professor of economics at Duquesne University and Chief Academic Officer at FreedomTrust.
He is a member of the FEE Faculty Network.
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