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Bill Lindner

Digital Journalist based in Greenbrae CA, United States. Joined on Oct 20, 2009

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FBI's flawed facial recognition program fully operational

Civil right and privacy advocates are concerned over the FBI's recent announcement that a flawed facial recognition software program is now fully operational.

Op-Ed: The anatomy of perpetual deception in a post-9/11 world

After all we've been through since 9/11 — after fighting a prefabricated enemy created by Washington — Americans still haven't learned a thing. Another illegal war predicated on deception will only make things worse.

Op-Ed: Western Russian-Ukraine Invasion Charades

Washington and its western cohorts are currently ratcheting up their "Russia invaded Ukraine" charades because President Obama's fraudulent follies in Ukraine are failing miserably.

Public misled on dangers of airport body scanners, watchdog says

Internal U.S. government documents show that the Transportation Security Administration, under the guidance of the Department of Homeland Security Secretary, deliberately misled the public on the health risks associated with body-scanning devices.

Op-Ed: Why are those seeking the truth labeled conspiracy theorists?

Always one to be proud of America and all she stood for -- truth, freedom, justice etc. -- I believed in the rule of law, equality and so much more. I was never interested in politics or questioned the government's actions. That all changed on 9/11.

Op-Ed: The GOP pledges allegiance to Grover Norquist over U.S. citizens

Ever wonder why the Republican response for this country's ailments is tax cuts for millionaires and large corporations? Meet Grover Norquist, the man responsible for locking GOP state and federal lawmakers into opposing new taxes for decades.

Op-Ed: Patriot Act to be surreptitiously extended with no debate

After conducting closed bipartisan backroom meetings with no public input or discussion to push approval for a four-year extension of unconstitutional legislation, U.S. House and Senate leaders reached an agreement to take away our freedom.

Op-Ed: Once again speculation appears to be gouging gas consumers

It appeared obvious months ago when "experts" predicted $5 a gallon gas prices, that speculation was again manipulating the prices consumers pay at the pump. Now that all the speculator rhetoric has proved fallacious, it's all too clear.

Op-Ed: Innocence Lost — WikiLeaks unveils the ghastly goings-on at Gitmo

The recent release of documents by WikiLeaks details the ghastly goings-on at Guantanamo and the treatment detainees received in U.S. custody, and reveals, among other things, a myriad of war crimes committed by the Bush administration.

Op-Ed: Senate Report details elaborate Wall Street Mortgage Fraud

A report released by the U.S. Senate paints a scathing picture of mortgage fraud on Wall Street enabled by the malfeasance and blatant disregard for oversight by Federal agencies that regulated them.

Congresswoman asks U.S. DoJ to investigate Wisconsin Elections

The questionable appearance of votes giving Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser a victory by a county clerk who worked with him and has a history of questionable vote counting tactics has led a US Congresswoman to ask the US DoJ to investigate.

Op-Ed: Political fight over union bill ensnares Wisconsin Supreme Court

The lobbyist-funded multi-million dollar illusory ad campaign that tried swaying support for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's union slashing bill is now flooding Wisconsin's airwaves to buy a Supreme Court seat in its upcoming election.

Op-Ed: GOP's scholar targeting campaign alive and well in Michigan

The Republican fishing expedition for emails from scholars and historians who might oppose the dystopian legislation being used by many states to destroy unions, poor populations and senior citizens is alive and well in Michigan.

Op-Ed: Wisconsin Scholar targeted by GOP for revealing their agenda

A Wisconsin scholar's revelations of how the American Legislative Exchange Council is driving the GOP's agenda is catching national attention, awakening U.S. citizens everywhere, and upsetting the corporately controlled political establishment.

Wisconsin Union law published and headed to State Supreme Court

Wisconsin's controversial union slashing law was published by the Reference Bureau despite a court ordered restraint, and the contentious battle over the bill’s legality is headed to the State Supreme Court.

Wisconsin man steals, then returns recall petition signatures

Wisconsin's recall movement, galvanized by the potentially illegal passage of Governor Scott Walker's "budget repair" bill by the legislature, disturbed a River Falls, Wisconsin man who allegedly swiped, then returned signed signature forms.

Op-Ed: Florida Legislature hatches judicial branch take-over scheme

If you're a Florida lawmaker whose bills keep getting thrown out of court because they're illegal, what do you do? You fabricate a judicial crisis to take over the courts, create a bill, call it a Constitutional amendment, and hope voters buy it.

Judge issues temporary hold on Wisconsin 'budget repair' bill

A Wisconsin Judge issued a temporary hold on Governor Walker's controversial "budget repair" bill, and for the second time in less than a month, reprimanded Wisconsin Republicans for keeping the public out of the legislative process.

GOP-led House of Representatives votes to eliminate NPR funding

When a selectively edited tape was released showing a NPR fund-raising executive making disparaging remarks about Republicans and Tea Party supporters, the Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives voted to eliminate financial support for NPR.

Op-Ed: Ohio's union-busting 'Jobs Budget' bill coming soon

The "Jobs Budget" bill introduced by Ohio Governor John R. Kasich -- yet another astroturf Tea Party darling making news for all the wrong reasons -- makes Wisconsin's "Budget Repair" bill look good.
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