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    On this episode of "Fault Lines," hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss how recent comments by Maxine Waters and other leaders have caused the current political climate to become even more heated. What is the current state of our civil discourse and why it is important to treat your political adversaries with respect?

    Scheduled Guests:

    Darlene Brown [In-Studio] — CEO of DivineEmpowerment.org | The War on Civility

    Mark Frost - Economist and Professor | High-Stakes Showdown: Harley-Davidson vs President Trump

    Derek Hunter — Contributing Editor at the Daily Caller & Columnist at Townhall | Is the Liberal Mob in Full-Fledged Meltdown Mode?

    Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera — Associate Professor at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University | What is Mexico's Future with a New Populist President?

    Jason Goodman of 'CrowdSource the Truth' | The New #AwanBrothers Prosecutor is Connected to the Bob Menendez Case…

    In response to recent tariff policies, Harley-Davidson has stated an intention to move some of its production overseas which has irked President Trump. Economist Mark Frost returns to Fault Lines to explain Harley's decision and the possible fallout of going through with such a decision.

    The election of a new President in Mexico has brought hope of possible political reform within the country. Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, a Professor from George Mason University, joins the show live from Mexico City to breakdown this result and what it could mean for the future of Mexico and the Mexican people.

    For the final segment, Jason Goodman of 'Crowdsource the Truth' joins the show from outside the US Courthouse at 333 Constitution Ave NW in Washington DC to report on the case of the Awan Brothers. The details surrounding the Awan Brothers continue to shock those willing to look, but the mainstream media appears set on brazenly ignoring the story.

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