In the wake of the pathetic police response to the Uvalde shooting, you have likely come across posts and memes talking about how police don’t actually have any obligation to protect you or really do anything. Is this true or is it overblown internet leftist hyperbole? Well, it’s true, and it’s infuriating. Andrew breaks down the case in question. THEN! A special episode 600 celebration!!! We asked our patrons what terms/phrases/references/inside jokes they wanted us to explain, and we’ve got a fun list of 20! It’s a fun stroll down memory lane as we talk the oranges of motions in lemonade, clownhorning, Konrad Michaels, and more!
Links: Castle Rock v. Gonzales, 545 U.S. 748 (2005)
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