Thursday - Sep 24, 2020

Editorial

  • The 2010s: The decade in review?

    The 2010s: The decade in review?

    Dear readers: In closing this 2010s decades, I bring to you a small farewell written by one of my favorites investigative journalists, James Corbett, who give his last review for the last 10 years. But due to lack of space, I had to chop it.   by James Corbett corbettreport.com   It’s December of 2019,

  • Is western media credible anymore?

    Is western media credible anymore?

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR   Dear readers:   Many of us have heard so much about fake news and all of that, lately. So, Tyler Durden bring us this interesting analysis piece that puts into question the mainstream media, going back to their coverage of the wars in the Middle East to Latin America. Hope

  • The Global Government is preparing a global tax regime   

    The Global Government is preparing a global tax regime  

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR   Dear readers: If you haven’t heard of the New World Order or Global Government, or the global tax, this article will enlighten you on the subject. It’s a great educational reading written by one of my favorite independent media investigative reporters – without an agenda or political affiliation. – Marvin

  • There is not much to celebrate for Native Americans on Thanksgiving

    There is not much to celebrate for Native Americans on Thanksgiving

    EDITOR’S NOTE   Dear readers   For updating purposes, this article will come out one day after Thanksgiving, so I say I hope you had a wonderful family reunion in the middle of a delicious dinner in peace and love. This article, written by David J. Silverman, describes what history has forgotten to emphasize about

  • Evo Morales goes into exiled in a blink of an eye

    Evo Morales goes into exiled in a blink of an eye

    From very early on Sunday afternoon, my friend Yandira, a doctor from a town in Bolivia, sent me a text on Facebook telling me her concern about the violence that was unleashing in the capital of the country, La Paz, that day, and it was spreading throughout most of the country. The texts with images

  • Hispanic publishers meet at their Annual Convention in the SF Bay Area   

    Hispanic publishers meet at their Annual Convention in the SF Bay Area  

    Welcome Latino publishers, to the NAHP 2019, in San Jose, California   Dear Latino colleague publishers, it was a great pleasure to meet you all. I almost didn’t make it. Usually I don’t have much time during the week to do anything besides publishing El Reportero, and this has been going on for many years.

  • The world’s largest (democratic!) biometric prison

    The world’s largest (democratic!) biometric prison

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR:   Dear Readers:   Many countries strive to convince their people of their development of democracy, but a democracy could also be part of the agenda of a system to chain its people in a very disguised way. Is this the case of the great democracy of India? Are we next?

  • Saxo Bank: weakening the dollar is the global economy’s last best hope

    Saxo Bank: weakening the dollar is the global economy’s last best hope

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR:     Dear readers:   Much has been said about the possible collapse of the global economy. The following article written by Steen Jakobsen and published by Tyler Durden (pseudonym of Zero Hedge), will show you the complexities of how this collapse will happen and how it can be saved. This

  • Democrats reveal the real purpose of the impeachment investigation

    Democrats reveal the real purpose of the impeachment investigation

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: Dear readers:   Perhaps most of you read and watch mainstream media everyday as your mantra of the day, don’t you? And perhaps your brain is trained to receive and believe as true everything they dictate to you as a daily dose of how things are going in our daily lives

  • Legalizing pot for pain should be a priority given that many could benefit

    Legalizing pot for pain should be a priority given that many could benefit

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR:   Dear readers:   Sometime ago I was exchanging ideas with my friend who was then the dean of a prestigious college in San Francisco. While walking – he asked me: “Marvin, what do you think about the legalization of marijuana?” I said that I was in favor of decriminalization, and