This week saw one of the first arrests under Alabama's controversial new illegal immigration law. On this episode, I try to explain the law -- best as I can understand it -- and why it's being used as a prop for my home state to go to war with the Obama administration. Also: the movie "Cape Fear" (original and remake), the Natalie Wood drowning case being reopened after 30 years, and why Blues musicians can't get respect.
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