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The Minutemen Project attracted media attention when they set up camp along the border with Arizona and began to harass and monitor migrants. Now they are moving north to Washington State. We speak with David Neiwert, a freelance journalist based in Seattle who has been researching right-wing extremist groups for over 20 years.
(15:05 - 26:03)
Disney has taken C.S. Lewis' classic book The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and made it into a film. Laura Lamb loved the original book as a child, though she completely missed the religious subtext. She shares her thoughts about the film and its Christian message.
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