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    Members of Congress Under Scrutiny for Sexual Misconduct

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    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan talk about the terror attack at a mosque in Egypt that left over 300 dead, discuss questions of sexual impropriety facing members of Congress, and continue to examine the story of Bill Browder and Sergei Magnitsky.

    Scheduled Guests:

    Darlene Brown (CEO of DivineEmpowerment.org)
    Topic: Monday Motivation

    Andrea Miller (Executive Director of People Demanding Action)

    Topic: GOP vs. Progressive Tax Proposals

    Shawn Quinn (Libertarian Candidate for Maryland Governor) & running-mate Christina Smith [In-Studio]
    Topic: Race for Governor in Maryland

    Abby Livingston (DC Bureau Chief for The Texas Tribune)
    Topic: Rep. Joe Barton Photo Scandal and Fallout

    Alexander Knysh (Professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Michigan)

    Topic: Sufism and the Terror Attack in Egypt

    Jeremy Kuzmarov (Jay P. Walker Assistant Professor of American History at The University of Tulsa)
    Topic: Bill Browder and Jeremy's removed Huffington Post article

    Tax reform remains the current top priority for Congress as 2017 draws to a close, but accusations of sexual misconduct by members of the House and Senate are drawing much of the attention on Capitol Hill.

    Garland and Lee continue to report on Bill Browder, closing the show by having a conversation with Jeremy Kuzmarov, a contributor at the Huffington Post who had his article on Krainer's book and Bill Browder removed from the Huffington Post website.

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    Sufism, tax reform, John Conyers, Bill Browder, Egypt
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